Stephen Butler
Clerkship has perks for new law grads

When Yale Law School students graduate, they often have myriad job offers from law firms, non-profit groups and corporations awaiting them. But approximately 40 percent […]

Elis lead fight against military recruitment

Yale Law School has been a hotbed of political activism for decades, but over the course of the last year, students and faculty members at […]

Law students seek public interest work, full-time jobs in summer

As summer approaches, some Yale undergraduates are still scrambling to write cover letters and send out resumes in a last-minute search for internships. Most students […]

Summit reflects on equality

U.S. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton LAW ’73 addressed a capacity crowd in the Law School’s Levinson Auditorium Saturday afternoon, discussing civil rights and educational equality […]

NAACP looks into racial gaps in sentencing

The Greater New Haven chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People has launched an investigation of racial disparities in prison sentences […]

Knight ends law school fellowship

After 15 years of sponsoring a total of 74 journalists studying at the Yale Law School, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation will […]

Armed Services approves bill strengthening Solomon

The U.S. House Armed Services Committee approved a bill last week that strengthens the 1995 Solomon Amendment, which withholds federal funding from universities that restrict […]

French laud Ackerman’s achievements

Law School and political science professor Bruce Ackerman was awarded the Insignia of Commander of the French Order of Merit by French Minister for European […]

E-mails seek Bloom info

Three Yale seniors sent e-mails asking current and former female students of Humanities and English professor Harold Bloom if he had ever sexually harassed them, […]

Wolf ’84 writes on harassment

New York magazine published an article by Naomi Wolf ’84 on Monday in which she accuses Humanities and English professor Harold Bloom of sexually harassing […]

‘Deliberation Day’ would star politics

Yale Law professor Bruce Ackerman and Stanford communication professor James Fishkin ’70 GRAD ’75 have come up with an idea for a new national holiday […]