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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 Law, Economics & Organization Workshop is a forum for ongoing scholarly research in law and economics and a Law School course.

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 is just big enough that there’s always somebody working on something new that I have never heard about or thought about or learned about. But it’s small enough that there are plenty of friendly faces in the hallway, no matter where I am.”


Richie Frohlichstein

Class of 2018