Noel Lenski

Professor (Adjunct) of Law

(spring term)


Noel Lenski is a Professor (Adjunct) of Law at Yale Law School, in addition to his appointments as a Professor in the Classics and History departments at Yale University. His research focuses on Roman history, particularly in the era of Late Antiquity, and ranges broadly across disciplines from political, social, economic, religious, military, cultural, legal, and art history.

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Education & Curriculum Vitae


Ph.D., Princeton University, 1995
M.A., Princeton University, 1992
B.A., Colorado College, 1989

Courses Taught


  • Roman Law

Noel Lenski is a Professor (Adjunct) of Law at Yale Law School, in addition to his appointments as a Professor in the Classics and History departments at Yale University. His research focuses on Roman history, particularly in the era of Late Antiquity, and ranges broadly across disciplines from political, social, economic, religious, military, cultural, legal, and art history. His two monographs explore the limits of imperial Roman power, and in addition to a number of edited volumes, he is a co-translator of the Codex Justinianus published by Cambridge University Press. He is currently working on a new book on slave law in the later Empire and is also managing editor of the Journal of Late Antiquity.