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Life at Yale Law School
The annual school community picnic is held outside every year in the courtyard.
A Yale Law School student at commencement with his family.
A small class meets in a seminar room at the Law School.
Class is held outside during a beautiful Spring day in the courtyard.
A spontaneous snowball fight breaks out in the courtyard as students take a break from studying to have some winter fun in New Haven.
Graduate Programs students gather for a fall outing
A class of students pose for a picture outside.
The Yale Law basketball team in 2016 after their win at the Court Classic game
Students meet in the dining hall to study over a meal.
Breaking up classes with some guitar in the courtyard.
Juggling outside during a school cookout.
There is a role for lawyers to represent clients, to challenge authority, to hold it accountable and insist that it justify itself.”
Class of 1993, William O. Douglas Clinical Professor of Law