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Yale Law School Votes to Change Final Exam Dates

Yale Law School Votes to Change Final Exam Dates   This week is one of the final times Yale Law School will issue its fall semester final exams in January. In the fall, a committee of law students and faculty members created a proposal that would change the law school…>read more

No Comment January 17, 2014

Yale Law School Continues Dorm Living

Yale Law School Continues Dorm Living   Students at Yale Law School used to live on campus, but the building used has since been deemed useful for other things, taking away the dormitory living experience. Not anymore. According to Fox News, Christina and Robert C. Baker…>read more

No Comment November 8, 2013

Yale Law School Acquires 13th Century Manuscripts

Yale Law School Acquires 13th Century Manuscripts   Yale Law School, one of the oldest and most prestigious law schools in the nation, has acquired an extremely old and prestigious collection of historical legal manuscripts. The school has spent the last five years negotiating with London barrister…>read more

No Comment June 19, 2013

Yet Another Set of Law School Rankings: The Best Law Schools in the World

Yet Another Set of Law School Rankings: The Best Law Schools in the World   With law being one of the most notoriously elite-based professions, law school rankings are closely watched each year by law students, attorneys, and law firms alike – to say nothing of the law schools. The QS World University recently…>read more

No Comment May 10, 2013

Yale Law Receives 82 Applications for Legal Ph.D. Program

Yale Law Receives 82 Applications for Legal Ph.D. Program   In Yale Law School’s new Ph.D. in Law for students who wish to become law professors, there are already 82 applications filed for the first five spots in the program, according to The National Law Journal. The deadline for…>read more

1 Comment January 18, 2013

Yale Law Hires First Tenured Hispanic Professor

Yale Law Hires First Tenured Hispanic Professor   It was announced earlier this week by Dean Richard Post that Yale Law School has its very first tenured Hispanic faculty member. Beginning on January 28, Cristina Rodriguez will join the faculty, according to The National Law Journal.  …>read more

No Comment January 11, 2013

Ford Foundation to Heavily Fund Do-Gooding from Top Law Schools

Ford Foundation to Heavily Fund Do-Gooding from Top Law Schools The Ford Foundation has decided to give a leg up of help to those law students most in need of it: they are committing to fund 10-week fellowships for 100 law students from Harvard Law School, Stanford Law School, New…>read more

No Comment September 14, 2012

Yale Law Grad Wins World Series of Poker Event

Yale Law Grad Wins World Series of Poker Event   Vanessa Selbst has an incredibly interesting background. While she worked her way through Yale Law School, Vanessa continued to dominate the poker industry and won major titles. She already had a World Series of Poker bracelet to her name.…>read more

No Comment July 3, 2012

Yale Law School Makes its Loan Forgiveness Program a Little Less Forgiving

Yale Law School Makes its Loan Forgiveness Program a Little Less Forgiving Yale Law School is known for its loan forgiveness generosity. Now it will be a little less generous. Faced with rising costs, Yale has amended their Career Options Assistance Program. Previously, alumni who earned less than $60,000 a year could…>read more

No Comment February 10, 2012

Gibson Dunn Launches New FDA Practice

Gibson Dunn Launches New FDA Practice Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP has announced that Stephen Payne has joined its Washington, D.C. office as a partner.  Payne will help lead Gibson Dunn’s FDA and Health Care compliance and enforcement practice, focusing on pharmaceutical and medical device clients.…>read more

No Comment December 16, 2011

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