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Yale Law School Students Protest Presence of IDF Soldier on Campus

The school's chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine says the 'platforming of an IDF combatant' makes members feel 'psychologically unsafe and unwelcome in our own school'

February 5, 2024

The Yale Law School Dean Who Presided Over the 'Trap House' Scandal Is Now Under Consideration To Be the University’s Next President

Sources say Heather Gerken, who has weathered free speech and anti-Semitism scandals as dean of Yale Law School, is in the running to succeed Peter Salovey

January 18, 2024

Yale Law Students for Hamas

Yale Law School claims to stand for human rights. So why has it been silent about the rampant anti-Semitism on its campus?

November 10, 2023

Today, Joe Biden Rails Against Legacy Admissions. His Past Casts An Awkward Shadow.

With lackluster grades, Beau Biden landed a competitive job at DOJ while his father was high-ranking member of Judiciary Committee

July 12, 2023

The Supreme Court's Affirmative Action Ruling Is Already Having an Impact. You Might Be Surprised Where. 

Columbia Law journals are delaying admissions decisions in the wake of the Court's landmark ruling. The move highlights how the verdict could have implications beyond undergraduate admissions.

July 6, 2023

Jewish Students at Yale Law School Invited an Israeli Politician To Speak About Anti-Semitism. Then They Caved to Pressure.

Yale’s Jewish Law Students Association backs out of event with former Knesset member Michal Cotler-Wunsh.

April 21, 2023

Federal Judges Say They Won't Hire Clerks From Stanford Law School

James Ho and Elizabeth Branch, who announced a clerkship boycott of Yale Law last year, are adding Stanford to the list

April 1, 2023