‘Methane Majors’: Climate change, animal agriculture, and the law

April 5, 2024

A new study by the Yale Law, Ethics & Animals Program examines legal challenges to major animal agriculture firms’ contributions to climate change.

Conference honors Yale law professor and journal he helped inspire

March 28, 2024

A recent conference marked 50 years of the Yale Journal of International Law and the retirement of W. Michael Reisman, who helped inspire its creation.

The importance — and hard work — of defending religious liberty

March 26, 2024

In a Q&A, visiting law professor Michael Helfand discusses the work of Yale Law School’s Free Exercise Clinic and what he enjoys about teaching at Yale.

AI’s legal revolution

March 25, 2024

Yale Engineering and Yale Law School have teamed up to bring legal expertise to your fingertips with AI lawbots.

Connecticut Supreme Court sides with Yale law clinic in police records case

March 19, 2024

The court recently ruled in favor of the Media Freedom and Information Access Clinic in its fight for police records from a decade-old homicide case.

The livestock industry and climate obstruction

March 8, 2024

A new Yale co-led study investigates how the livestock industry has shaped public policy and discourse about its climate change impacts.

Yale Law team wins immigration moot court competition

March 4, 2024

A Yale Law School trio bested 25 other teams for top prize in New York University’s recent National Immigration Law Competition.

Yale Law School kicks off Crossing Divides spring series

February 28, 2024

Judge J. Michael Luttig last week joined Dean Heather Gerken to discuss the value of working across ideological lines to uphold the rule of law.

Examining the importance of voting — and how the right was won

February 27, 2024

“Why We Vote,” a new book by Yale Law School’s Owen M. Fiss, explores what he calls an “elemental duty of citizenship” in America.

Democracy under the lens: Insights from ISPS conference on political power

February 23, 2024

Yale’s Institution for Social and Policy Studies gathered experts on campus last week to explore gerrymandering practices and other levers of political power.