Ines Chomnalez
Staff Reporter
Ines Chomnalez writes for the University desk covering Yale Law School. She previously wrote for the Arts desk. Ines is a sophomore in Pierson College majoring in History and Cognitive Science.
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Yale Law Federalist Society hosts Jonathan Mitchell, students put up posters voicing concerns

One of the architects of the Texas Heartbeat Act visited campus for a conversation on “originalism and the fourteenth amendment” on Nov. 14.

Yale Law students reflect on race-conscious admissions

Alums and professors at the Law School, which produced two of the court’s sitting justices of color, weighed in on the impending ruling’s widespread impacts.

Yale Law School withdraws from “perverse” U.S. News rankings

Yale has taken the top spot since the magazine started its ranking in the 1980s. Harvard Law School, currently ranked fourth, withdrew hours later.

Veteran students at Law School up 300 percent in five years

Yale honored veterans in the community as a record number of students have served in the military

Pre-law students lack “clear path” in application journeys

Students reflect on resources for prospective law students at Yale College.

Boycotting judges invited to speak at Yale Law School

A letter from two federal judges currently publicly protesting alleged attacks on free speech at Yale Law School indicates they received an invitation to appear at a panel in January.

Justice Sotomayor to deliver virtual address at Law School conference

The Supreme Court Justice alumna is slated to speak at a YLS conference today.

Inaugural law school scholarship covers full tuition for 51 students

In its inaugural year, the Hurst Horizon Scholarship covers the full cost of tuition for 51 students at Yale Law School.

Hillary Clinton visits Law School for conversation on leadership

Clinton was the keynote speaker for the Tsai Leadership Center’s week-long series on “Transformational Leadership.”

Federal judges boycott Yale law grads, citing free speech concerns

Federal judge James Ho’s called announced he would boycott hiring law clerks from Yale Law School, with a second judge joining.

Yale Law Women+ honors Leondra Kruger

Yale Law Women+ presented the Yale Law Journals’s first ever Black female editor in chief — who now serves as a justice on the California Supreme Court — Leondra Kruger with their Alumni Achievement Award.