Services to Help Students Thrive

Yale Law School and Yale University provide a range of services to help our students thrive during their years in school. After all, even in law school, life continues outside the classroom. Explore the range of services available. Visit the Office of Student Affairs page for more information.

We are available by phone +1-203-432-7979 and email Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

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Upcoming Events

December 5 Monday

Pop-Up Fitness Center

9:00AM to 5:00PM

SLB Room 124

Take a break during the first week of reading period to elevate your heart rate, get stronger or simply stretch! OSA will put out yoga mats, blocks, jump ropes, resistance bands, and instructions for short workouts.

December 6 Tuesday

Equanimity As You Move Into Exams - Soundcloud Meditation (2/4)

9:00AM to 10:00AM


With this meditation by wellness counselor Catherine Banson, try meeting your experience of the moment with more spaciousness. This way, whether life is easy living or throwing you for some loops, you're able to take your seat amidst it all with a balanced heart.

December 7 Wednesday

Dog Therapy & Holiday Cheer - Tsai Leadership Program Open House

12:00PM to 2:00PM

Ludwig Hall

Bask in the kindness of two gorgeous canines — the beloved Jozy and his new friend Bodhi — and check out the Tsai Leadership Program's new digs.

December 9 Friday

Compassion for Self & Others During Exams - Soundcloud Meditation (3/4)

9:00AM to 10:00AM


This meditation is for any hardship you or someone else may be experiencing. In this stressful time when you may be feeling limited bandwidth to deal with it, take some moments to use the breath to cultivate some spaciousness around the experience and to send compassionate wishes for the suffering to be alleviated.

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The Office of Student Affairs is here to assist you with all matters related to student life at YLS. Please explore our website to review some of the main services and resources we can provide.

The clinics at YLS offer students incomparable experiences in representation of poor and marginalized individuals and communities, real-world engagement in complex fields of law, and the development of strategic judgment critical to effective lawyering.”

Professor Muneer Ahmad

Deputy Dean for Experiential Education