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With a charge to equip the next generation of leaders with the skills they need to make a positive difference in the lives of others, Yale Law School announced the launch of the Carol and Gene Ludwig Program in Public Sector Leadership.
Seeking to train dynamic business leaders capable of handling complex issues resulting from a rapidly changing world, Yale Law School announced the launch of the Michael S. and Alexa B. Chae Initiative in Private Sector Leadership.
Clyde Meikle dedicated himself while incarcerated to self-improvement, rehabilitation, and service. With the help of Law School students in the Peter Gruber Challenging Mass Incarceration Clinic, Meikle was resentenced to 28 years in January 2021 and was released from prison in May.
The Yale Law School Free Exercise Clinic co-authored an amicus brief in support of Amish plaintiffs’ challenge of a law compelling them to use modern septic systems in violation of their religious beliefs.
The U.S. Supreme Court today struck down the Trump administration’s attempt to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, ruling that the Administration’s efforts to end DACA violated federal law.