Two students sue Yale Law administrators for alleged retaliation in Amy Chua case

The students, both unnamed in the suit, argue the administrators kept them from obtaining fellowships and job opportunities after they refused to endorse a formal complaint against Chua. Since the suit’s filing, some have called it “frivolous” and “embarrassing.”

Yale School of Management Hosts Friendsgiving for SOM students

After a year-long hiatus due to COVID-19, SOM students gathered once again for a Friendsgiving dinner.

Yale Law School modernizes legal curriculum with new Tsai Leadership Program

Last Wednesday, the Yale Law School announced a new program that will expand opportunities for its graduates to be better equipped to address 21st century global challenges.

Jackson Institute begins hiring process, updates programming in preparation for professional school designation

The Jackson Institute continues its transformation into a professional school while bringing change to its current degree program.

Law School clinic submits Supreme Court petition for Puerto Rico public access case

This week, the Media Freedom and Information Clinic at Yale Law School submitted a petition with non-profit organization of journalists ASPPRO seeking review of a high-profile case.

Awet Andemicael DIV ’10 settles into associate dean role at Marquand Chapel

After a year-long extension, Andemicael settles into her role as associate dean for Marquand Chapel at the Yale Divinity School.

Yale School of Drama looks to build new central facility

The Drama School, currently split across nearly a dozen buildings, is seeking a consolidated infrastructure.

Yale Institute for Global Health Seeks University affiliates

The Yale Institute for Global Health has invited Yale faculty to affiliate with the Institute in a bid to centralize global health research on campus. […]

SOM masters program expands admissions criteria

The Master of Advanced Management program at the Yale School of Management announced last week that it will open the program to students outside the […]

YLS clinic wins preliminary approval for settlement with the Navy

A federal district judge approved a preliminary settlement in the Yale Law School Veterans’ Legal Services Clinic’s case Manker v. Del Toro which seeks to secure discharge reviews for Navy veterans.

Yale Law School panel discusses future of abortion rights

Legal experts weigh in on upcoming Supreme Court case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.