Life at Yale Law School
The annual school community picnic is held outside every year in the courtyard.
A Yale Law School student at commencement with his family.
A small class meets in a seminar room at the Law School.
Class is held outside during a beautiful Spring day in the courtyard.
A spontaneous snowball fight breaks out in the courtyard as students take a break from studying to have some winter fun in New Haven.
A student learns more about the range and variety of student activities and organizations offered at Yale Law School.
The Dean stops to take a selfie with a few students.
Students enjoying a community event in the dining hall.
The fall courtyard hoedown takes place every year outside.
Movie night takes place in the courtyard.
Students exercise during fitness Friday.
A class of students pose for a picture outside.
Students meet in the dining hall to study over a meal.
Breaking up classes with some guitar in the courtyard.
Juggling outside during a school cookout.
Students cross the finish line of a race in New Haven.
Yale Law School is distinguished among American law schools by two things: its small size—that’s a physical fact about the law school—and also the spirit of comradeship and cooperation that exists among all of the members of the community.”
Class of 1975, Sterling Professor of Law and Former Dean