Jocelyn Courtney
Yale profs claim no role in milk case

By Jocelyn Courtney STAFF REPORTER Louisiana dairy farmers may believe that Yale professors are helping the U.S. Department of Justice in an antitrust battle against […]

Museum on web teaches economics

History buffs have their history museums, art connoisseurs have their galleries and scientists have their science museums, but economists and financiers are seemingly at a […]

Koh reflects on year as dean

In the year since Yale tapped Harold Hongju Koh to steer the Law School, he had been pegged as a potential Supreme Court appointee by […]

Study says aff. action is harmful

Sparking heated debate across the country, a recent study claims that affirmative action, a policy designed to help black students gain admission to law school, […]

Voting reform act sparked lawsuits, profs say

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. A law designed by Congress to fix a vote-counting process that in the […]

Legal Affairs gains official independence

When Legal Affairs magazine first hit newsstands in 2002, it was a Yale Law School experiment, testing the public’s response to a publication about legal […]

Clinic gives law advice to Mills

In New Haven’s first state capital punishment case since the state reinstituted the death penalty in 1973, convicted triple murderer Jonathan Mills escaped the death […]

Direction may change for Yale suit against DoD

A year to the month since Yale Law School faculty members filed suit against the U.S. Department of Defense over military recruitment policy, the case […]

Report argues that NCLB hurts Conn.

A majority of Connecticut’s school superintendents and principals believe the state and federal governments need to increase the funding and adjust the requirements of the […]

Kaplan earns place in Institute of Medicine

School of Management professor Edward Kaplan, whose work includes the development of an emergency response system to combat outbreaks of smallpox and anthrax, was elected […]

Law may back JAG recruiters

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. In a week in which Yale Law School celebrated the 25th anniversary of […]