YLS

 

Pursuant to Yale University guidance, we are not currently welcoming visitors to campus. We invite you to explore the many ways to virtually connect with us and look forward to welcoming visitors as soon as public health conditions permit.

The Yale Law School campus comprises two main buildings: the Sterling Law Building, constructed from 1929–31, is one of the finest examples of Collegiate Gothic architecture in the country. Baker Hall, a modern extension of the campus, opened in 2018 and includes apartment-style housing, high-tech classrooms, a student center, and offices for several centers and programs.

Explore our virtual tour “A Closer Look at Yale Law School," below and learn more about courses, events, and life in New Haven and the region.

Exterior of Yale Law School

A Closer Look at YLS


View a collection of photos and videos that gives an inside look at the world of Yale Law School and its stunning and historic campus.

Participating in both the Civil Rights Project and Housing Clinic as a 1L allowed me to gain significant, real-world experience, including helping write briefs to the Connecticut Supreme Court and participating in a segregation lawsuit against the Department of Housing and Urban Development in Hartford. I don't think I could've gotten that level of immersion as a 1L anywhere else.”


Areeb Siddiqui

Class of 2023