The Abdallah S. Kamel Lectures on Islamic Law & Civilization features speakers from a range of disciplines to examine and discuss Islamic law and civilization.
The Yale Law School Center for Global Legal Challenges is an independent Center that promotes the understanding of international law, national security law, and foreign affairs law.
The Collaboration for Research Integrity and Transparency (CRIT) is an inter-disciplinary initiative launched in 2016 to enhance the quality and transparency of the research base for medical products.
Debating Law & Religion is a monthly series aimed at creating a formal forum for invited speakers to discuss and debate topical issues highlighting important questions concerning law, its interaction with religion, and the role of religion in the legal and socio-political systems of a country.
A joint program of Yale Law School and Yale School of Public Health to promote research, projects and academic exchanges on a global stage in the areas of law, health and human rights.
The Gruber Program for Global Justice and Women's Rights is a Yale University Program administered by Yale Law School. The program includes the Global Constitutionalism Seminar.
The John M. Olin Center for Law, Economics and Public Policy, directed by George Priest and Susan Rose-Ackerman, facilitates the scholarly work of the Yale law and economics faculty and supports student interest and research in the field.
The Legal History Forum provides an opportunity for scholars and junior scholars interested in legal history and the law to present works in progress.
The Legal Theory Workshop presents new scholarship from law and other humanities and social sciences disciplines.
The Orville H. Schell, Jr. Center for International Human Rights coordinates human rights activities for students and scholars at Yale and conducts the Allard K. Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic, where students gain practical experience in human rights work.
The Quinnipiac-Yale Dispute Resolution Workshop, a joint venture with Quinnipiac University School of Law, hosts lectures by scholars and practitioners in the field of dispute resolution.
The Robina Foundation Human Rights Fellowship Initiative, established at Yale Law School in 2008, provides support for human rights leaders at all stages of their careers: from first-year law students; to recent law school graduates; to senior human rights scholars and practitioners.
The Solomon Center was established to meet a critical need for a new academic and legal-professional discipline that responds to the rapidly evolving environment of health care and its centrality in the nation’s economy and government.
The Arthur Liman Center for Public Interest Law supports the work of law students, law school graduates, and students from six universities, all of whom work to respond to problems of inequality and to improve access to justice for those without resources.
The Justice Collaboratory brings together scholars and researchers of diverse theoretical and methodological orientations at Yale University to work on issues related to institutional reform and policy innovation and advancement. Infusing theory, empirical research, and targeted clinical trials seeks to make the components of criminal justice operation simultaneously more effective, just, and—importantly—democratic.
The Oscar M. Ruebhausen Fund at Yale Law School provides an extraordinary opportunity for students and faculty to undertake innovative projects, research, conferences, publications and programs that foster intellectual vitality, creativity and analytical rigor at the Law School.
Yale Law School Center for Private Law promotes teaching and research in contracts (including commercial law, corporate finance, bankruptcy, and arbitration), property (including intellectual property), and torts at Yale Law School and in the broader legal community.
The Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law was established in 1999 following conversations between Robert Todd Lang '47 and then-Dean Anthony T. Kronman '75. The wide-ranging objective of the Center is to enhance the quality of students' educational experience and of faculty research in the business law area, by increasing exposure to and engagement with contemporary business law issues.
Yale Law School Projects in South America include SELA (Seminario en Latinoamérica de Teoría Constitucional y Política) the Summer in South America Linkage Program student exchange, the Yale International Arbitration Breakfast Roundtables, and the Latin American speaker series.