YLS program helps New Haven residents become lawyers

Twenty New Haven-area residents just completed the Access to Law School Program and received guided advice and mentorship as they navigate the law school admissions process.

An interior stairwell at YLS
Yale physics department admits first-ever majority-female Ph.D class

This fall, Yale’s first-ever physics P.h.D class composed of a majority of women will begin their doctoral studies at the University.

Jackson Institute sees significant increase in applicants

As test requirements are abandoned, Jackson Institute sees significant increase in applications.

From Horchow Hall to Sub-Saharan Africa: The Jackson Institute’s global and growing reach

A recent successful event demonstrates the international reach of the Jackson Institute, which is looking only to expand as it transitions to a graduate school.

YLS veterans clinic finalizes court victory

The Veterans Legal Services Clinic received federal court approval last week for their settlement securing discharge status reviews for post-9/11 veterans.

Petition demands removal of Yale-NUS Governing Board chair over ties to Myanmar army

Thousands of people have called for Kay Kuok Oon Kwong to be removed because of her business ties to the Myanmar army, which has killed hundreds and injured thousands since taking power in the country in a February coup.

The Women’s Network Yale Chapter hosts Law Career Symposium

On Tuesday Night, The Women’s Network Yale Chapter invited eight accomplished women in law to speak with undergraduates in the organization on possibilities in the law pathway.

Speakers pictured include Jessie Liu, Kelly Voight, Rachel Skaistis, and Sailaja Paidipaty on a screenshot.
Birds continue striking windows across the University and New Haven

University and City officials explain the steps they are considering to prevent birds from crashing into windows, a ‘alarming’ ecological problem that requires immediate action.

Two dead birds found.
Yale Law School clinic to represent Latino workers in discrimination suit

Law students from the Workers and Immigrants Rights Advocacy Clinic spoke to the News about the case.

A person walks up stairs at the Law School
YLS students call on Biden to revise policy to help climate-displaced migrants

Students and legal experts released a 90-page report proposing legislation to support Central American migrants who were displaced due to climate change.

Jackson Institute hosts third ‘Kurds in the Middle East’ event

The Jackson Institute convened a discussion of the current state of the Kurds in the Middle East from the perspective of two leading diplomats from the region.