University | 5:07 pm | April 11, 2013 | By Aleksandra Gjorgievska

Harold Koh portrait to be unveiled today

Former Dean of the Law School Harold Koh returned to Yale as a professor in January.

A portrait of former Yale Law School Dean and State Department veteran Harold Koh will be unveiled later today in the Law School alumni’s reading room. Koh, who returned to teach at the Law School this semester after serving as legal adviser in the State Department for over three years, will be honored with a »

University | 7:14 pm | March 28, 2013 | By Aleksandra Gjorgievska

HubSpot acquires SOM student startup

The marketing software company HubSpot has announced that it is acquiring Daniel Wolchonok’s SOM ’13 startup PrepWork, an online service that enables users to build strong business relationships by creating “smart” interpersonal data. Though HubSpot has not disclosed the financial terms of the acquisition, it is moving PrepWork’s team from New Haven to the company’s »

University | 2:22 pm | March 28, 2013 | By Aleksandra Gjorgievska

On popularity, Law School still No. 1

Yale Law School

Yale Law School claimed the No. 1 spot on U.S. News and World Report’s list of the 10 most popular law schools in the nation. Roughly 83 percent of applicants who received admission letters from Yale Law School for the 2012-’13 academic year accepted the offer, a number that is more than three times the »

University | 11:34 pm | March 27, 2013 | By Aleksandra Gjorgievska

Law professors weigh in on gay marriage debate

Yale Professor William Eskridge discusses his views on the gay marriage debate.

Several Yale Law School professors and alumni who support same-sex marriage recently offered their opinions on Hollingsworth v. Perry to the Supreme Court. The professors and alumni shared their opinions by submitting or signing amici curiae briefs, which allow individuals to provide the court with unsolicited input about a case. The Supreme Court is currently »

University | 12:33 pm | March 17, 2013 | By Aleksandra Gjorgievska

Open letter presses NUS to hire Cherian George

A group of over 30 students, alumni and staff at the National University of Singapore wrote an open letter to NUS administrators urging them to hire George Cherian, a Singaporean journalism professor and outspoken critic of restrictions on the country’s media freedom who was recently denied tenure at Nanyang Technological University for a second time.