GLC promotes the understanding of international law, national security law, and foreign affairs law.
CRIT is an interdisciplinary initiative created to enhance the quality and transparency of the research base for medical products.
The Cultural Cognition Project studies how cultural values shape the public's risk perceptions and related policy beliefs.
GHJP promotes research, projects, and academic exchanges in the areas of law, health, and human rights.
The Gruber Program includes lectures, fellowships, and seminars on global justice and women's rights, including the Global Constitutionalism Seminar.
ISP addresses the implications of the Internet and new information technologies for law and society.
The Justice Collaboratory brings together scholars and researchers to work on issues related to institutional reform, policy innovation, and advancement in criminal justice.
The Center's Kamel Lectures feature speakers from a range of disciplines who examine Islamic law and civilization.
LEAP is a multidisciplinary think-and-do tank dedicated to addressing industrialized animal cruelty and its impacts.
An innovative pilot law school pipeline program designed for first generation, low-income and under-represented minority students from the New Haven area
The Liman Center works to improve access to justice for those without resources.
The Olin Center facilitates the scholarly work of the Yale law and economics faculty and supports student interest and research in the field.
The Schell Center coordinates human rights activities for students and scholars at Yale.
The Solomon Center responds to the rapidly evolving environment of health care and its centrality in the nation’s economy and government.
The Tsai Center carries out research, promotes academic exchanges, and undertakes a variety of cooperative projects on issues in Chinese law and policy reform.
YCELP develops and advances environmental policy on local, regional, national, and global levels.
The Yale Center for Law and Philosophy encourages advanced work, including research degrees, at the interface of philosophy and law.
The Center for Private Law promotes teaching and research in contracts, property, and torts.
CCL aims to increase exposure to and engagement with contemporary business law issues.