Each spring term, the Center holds the Seminar in Private Law, which brings together speakers from practice and academia to explore a theme related to private law. Read more information on the Seminar.
Other recent Law School courses addressing private law are listed below. Students interested in private law might find additional courses of interest in the Law School’s corporate law curriculum. The Yale Law School Bulletin lists and describes the courses offered during the current academic year.

Advanced Community and Economic Development Clinic
Advanced Landlord/Tenant Legal Services
Advanced Property
Advanced Topics in Property
Advanced Transnational Development Clinic
Advocacy in International Arbitration
Anglo-American Legal History: Directed Research
Arbitration and Mediation Skills
Art and Cultural Property Law
Behavioral and Institutional Economics
Business Organizations
Community and Economic Development Clinic
Contracting for Innovation under High Uncertainty
Ethics in Law and Markets
History of Political Economy
Intellectual Production without Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property: An Introduction
Intellectual Property: The Law of Scientific and Cultural Production
International Arbitration Seminar       
International Business Transactions

International Commercial Arbitration
International Investment Law
Internet Law
Landlord/Tenant Clinic
Law and Economics Research Seminar
Law, Economics, and Organization
Law, Language, and Cognition: Seminar
The Law of E-commerce
Mortgage Foreclosure Litigation Clinic
Nonprofit Organizations Clinic
The Philosophy of Law I and II
Power, Status and Negotiation
Property, Social Justice, and the Environment
Private Law Remedies: Theory, Law, and Practice
The Robber Barons Reconsidered
Sociology of Law
Sports Law: Seminar
Thought in Law and Economics: Seminar
Topics in Behavioral Law and Economics
Trusts and Estates
Working with Intellectual Property: Patents and Trade Secrets