The following reports and publications were organized by students and intended for the internal Yale Law School community. As a result, many of the reports require a NetID to access. (Login at law.yale.edu/cas.) If you do not have a NetID but would like more information, please contact the Office of Student Affairs.
Class Action Report: A report on socioeconomic class as experienced by students at the Law School
Falling Through the Cracks (the YLS Mental Health Alliance): A report on mental health at the Law School based on a survey distributed to students
Survey on Religious Affiliation at YLS: Survey highlighting the religious affiliations of students at Yale Law School
Trans at Yale: A guide for Trans students and allies at YLS covering topics such as navigating administrative offices, relationships with faculties, gender neutral restrooms, and university-wide resources
YLJ Report on Patterns in YLJ Admissions and Student Scholarship: YLJ partnered with Professor Ian Ayres to provide a quantitative analysis of the Journal’s admissions process and submissions of student scholarship.
YLW Speak Up Report: A report on gender dynamics and the importance of diversity at the Law School
YLW Speak Up Now What Report: This report highlights the importance of diversity to the success of Yale Law students, faculty, and the institution itself. It concludes by proposing next steps for the administration in increasing the inclusion and support of diverse students and faculty at the law school.