Information on the many ways that students can get involved in health law activities, clinics, organizations, and other projects at Yale Law School.
Become a Solomon Center Student Fellow
Each academic year, the Solomon Center selects a small number of student fellows, including both law and medical students. Solomon student fellows participate in Center projects, as well as conduct their own research, draft the Center's newsletter, and assist with organizing health law and policy events at the university. Past projects have included drafting Supreme Court amicus briefs, submitting comments on an HHS rule implementing the Affordable Care Act, and designing an empirical study of the Medical Legal Partnerships.
A student perspective on health law and the Mortgage Foreclosure Litigation Clinic.
In addition to cross-registering for individual classes outside the Law School, students have the option of applying to joint degree programs with other schools within Yale University, such as the School of Public Health, the School of Medicine, or the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Students may also apply for the accelerated three-year J.D.-M.B.A. program offered in conjunction with the School of Management.
If you are interested in learning more about the Solomon Center’s projects, future events, joining our alumni network, or connecting with us about our work, please feel free to email us at email@example.com.