Lavinia Borzi
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UP CLOSE | Law School: Too Yale to fail?

In an increasingly competitive job market, law schools across the country are debating how to make their graduates more competitive. But alumni and faculty claim Yale Law is “just different.”

SOM stresses global studies

The School of Management is looking to bring more global initiatives into the MBA classroom.

Yale-NUS establishes professorship in religious studies

This is the third named professorship at Yale-NUS.

Yale moves to dismiss Bagley lawsuit

Three months after a School of Management professor filed suit against Yale alleging gender and age discrimination, the University has responded by moving to dismiss the case.

Rankings hold steady for SOM and YLS

In this year's U.S. News and World Report rankings, both the Yale Law School and the Yale School of Management remained in the same positions as last year.

NUS professor’s Facebook posts draw criticism

Yale-NUS has not issued a public statement. But on Thursday morning, Yale-NUS President Pericles Lewis said to the News that some faculty members and students have published a letter in response to the events on the Singaporean news outlet, The Straits Times.

Students decry SOM grading changes

In an email to SOM students, SOM Senior Associate Dean Anjani Jain announced a change in the school’s grading policy.

SOM hosts third Global Network Week

Starting today, Yale School of Management is hosting 146 students from 12 schools across the Global Network for Advanced Management – an international network of schools founded by Dean Edward Snyder in 2012.

One year in, Yale-NUS develops identity

When the Yale Corporation last week, it turned its attention to an institution on the other side of the world: Yale-NUS College.

SOM students solve real world cases

The Yale School of Management launched its first online courses last semester, but the school’s online innovation is far from over.

Yale involvement in Singapore criticized at panel

Walking into Yale Law School on Thursday afternoon, many students expected to see an unbiased academic discussion panel on human rights in Singapore.