Yale Law School expands full-tuition scholarships for students

February 16, 2023

Beginning in fall 2023, students from families with incomes up to 200% of the federal poverty line will receive be able to attend the law school tuition free.

Report challenges court decision on PrEP and public health

February 15, 2023

Yale experts and colleagues argue against a recent federal ruling deeming employer-sponsored coverage mandates for the HIV prevention drug unconstitutional.

Data service: Yale alumnus applies science for the public good

February 14, 2023

Baji Tumendemberel ’22 has been building on his data science experience as a Yale undergraduate to help drive policies to address poverty and COVID in prisons.

Not a secret: Yale Law’s Oona Hathaway explains classified documents

February 7, 2023

In media interviews and her own writing, Hathaway, a former special counsel to the Pentagon, weighs in on classified documents and national security.

Force multiplier: YLS student-faculty collaborations are a win-win

February 6, 2023

Collaborations between faculty and students on academic papers enhance the process — and the scholarship.

Yale Law clinics score victory in fight for affordable homes

January 31, 2023

Two Yale Law School clinics involved in a years-long push for new affordable housing in Branford, Conn., recently celebrated the groundbreaking of new units.

Exploring government from the inside out

January 30, 2023

Now a federal law clerk, Zach Young ’17 gained an appreciation at Yale for approaching questions of research, analysis, and policy through an objective lens.

PODCAST: YLS’s Justin Driver on constitutional law and institutions

January 27, 2023

Driver discusses his path to education law, how teaching influences his scholarship, and studying constitutional law across different domains.

Law and order and equality: A conversation with Allison Harris

January 26, 2023

In an interview, the Yale political scientist shares how her research on diverse environments helps to explain race, politics, and the criminal justice system.

Reproductive rights and Dobbs

January 23, 2023

Reva Siegel draws on legal history to analyze how courts interact with representative government and popular movements in interpreting the Constitution.