October 31, 2017
Anita Hill described her own experience testifying before Congress about sexual harassment in 1991 and about the continuing struggle to put an end to it.
The study casts doubt on the theory that political engagement, such as voting, fosters good citizens and makes people more likely to obey the law.
On Oct. 27, Bruce Ackerman, with attorney David Remes, presented oral arguments in a lawsuit challenging the legality of America’s war against ISIS.
October 30, 2017
Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton returned to Yale Law School on Oct. 25 to talk about her book “What Happened,” during a conversation with Dean Heather Gerken.
October 27, 2017
Yale political scientist Alexander Coppock describes what happened when police officers in Washington, D.C. began wearing the devices.
October 25, 2017
The language and structure of First Amendment rights is a misguided way to conceptualize the complex processes that make education for citizenship possible.
October 24, 2017
Testimony provided by the Ethics Bureau at Yale Law School led to a man charged with double murder being freed and released from custody after 23 years.
October 6, 2017
The Supreme Court decision was made based on arguments students put forth through the Ethics Bureau clinic at Yale Law School.
The clinic filed a federal lawsuit to compel the Commerce Department to produce records it has unlawfully withheld about preparations for the 2020 Census.
October 4, 2017
Yale alumna Anita Hill ’80 J.D. will join President Peter Salovey in a conversation on Monday, Oct. 30, as part of the President’s Women of Yale Lecture Series.