January 23, 2024
After 35 years and 1,608 pages, Yale’s Robert C. Post has written the definitive history of the U.S. Supreme Court under Chief Justice William Howard Taft.
January 17, 2024
Throughout 2024, the school will mark its bicentennial with a commemoration of its storied history, current impact, and future vision for legal education.
January 8, 2024
An exhibit at Yale Law School displays original New York Daily News courtroom sketches from a notorious 1930s criminal trial.
January 5, 2024
This fall, Yale Law School students delved into the working papers of Associate Justice Potter Stewart for an intimate view of the making of landmark decisions.
January 4, 2024
Yale Law School’s Media Freedom and Information Access Clinic is representing a news site suing local officials for blocking it from press communications.
January 3, 2024
Yale’s Kasia Lipska provided testimony on the reasons behind the increase in type 2 diabetes in the U.S. and ways to expand treatment availability.
December 18, 2023
Harold Hongju Koh and Oona Hathaway joined international colleagues to commemorate the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Genocide Convention.
A recent Yale conference explored the practicality and effectiveness of political lotteries to bolster public confidence in democracy and enhance policymaking.
With the year drawing to a close, we gathered some of our favorite Yale News stories from the past year, including stories that inspired us or gave us hope.
December 13, 2023
Fellows complete year-long research projects with implications for pressing policy concerns. Applications are due by Dec. 30.