The Chae Initiative in Private Sector Leadership, part of The Tsai Leadership Program at Yale Law School, held its second annual trip to New York City in January to immerse students in the world of private sector leadership.
Yale Law School Dean Heather K. Gerken announced today the launch of the Ronnie F. Heyman ’72 Crossing Divides Program, designed to foster discourse across the political and ideological spectrum and reinforce the core values of lawyering. The program will feature a prominent speaker series, co-teaching opportunities for courses, and support student initiatives that reinforce this work.
In its second year, The Tsai Leadership Program — designed to prepare students for leadership roles in any setting — launched new courses, fellowships, and immersive opportunities that offer enhanced engagement with alumni.
Fatima Goss Graves ’01, President and CEO of the National Women’s Law Center (NWLC), spoke to students on Oct. 25 about the impact of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization as part of the Democracy in Crisis Speaker Series presented by The Tsai Leadership Program.
The Tsai Leadership Program hosted Transformational Leadership Week, a series of major events at the Law School that brought experts from both the public and private sectors to talk to students about their work as leaders.