Samuel Turner
Staff Reporter
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Exhibit features sculptures of refugee stories

Scenes of immigrant families, built out of suitcases, line the walls of the Lillian Goldman Law Library as part of a sculpture exhibit — “Unpacked: […]

YLS Clinic prepares to sue Trump for media retaliation

A Yale Law School clinic is continuing to develop its defense of journalists’ First Amendment rights in the face of President Donald Trump’s alleged retaliation […]

Veterans clinic defends disability claim

Last month, the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims ordered the Board of Veterans’ Appeals to respond to lead appellant Air Force Chief Master […]

Former AG Holder advocates for court packing at YLS event

Former U.S. attorney general Eric Holder advocated for Supreme Court packing at a Yale Law National Security Group conversation Thursday afternoon, according to three students […]

Students, alumni convene for networking and leadership workshops

Amid low temperatures and an impending snow storm, approximately 65 Yale students and affiliates attended a leadership seminar this weekend hosted by Careers, Life and […]

Yale Law clinic works with national security officials to challenge national emergency

On Monday, Feb 25., the Yale Law School’s Rule of Law Clinic worked on behalf of 60 former U.S. government officials to help research and draft a declaration […]

YLS Clinic files lawsuit to investigate 2020 Census

The Yale Law School Rule of Law Clinic, Jenner & Block and the NAACP have filed a federal lawsuit calling into question the government’s preparations […]

Law School exhibits rare books

The Lillian Goldman Law Library will host “Legally Binding: Fine and Historic Bindings from the Yale Library,” an exhibit featuring over 30 law books with […]

MFIA Clinic challenges Coast Guard on First Amendment rights

The Yale Law School Media Freedom and Information Access Clinic, as known as MFIA Clinic, filed a complaint on Jan. 18, 2019, against the Department […]

Rao’s ’95 judicial nomination proves controversial

As Congress is preparing to vote on Neomi Rao ’95 for the U.S. Court of Appeals in the D.C. Circuit, her lack of experience and a history of controversial statements have come under scrutiny.

Controversial district attorney disinvited from RebLaw 25

On Friday, Feb. 15 and Saturday, Feb. 16, Yale Law School will host the 25th annual Rebellious Lawyering (RebLaw) Conference, an event celebrating “rebellious lawyering.” […]