The Chae Initiative in Private Sector Leadership, part of The Tsai Leadership Program at Yale Law School, held its second annual trip to New York City in January to immerse students in the world of private sector leadership.
Jerome N. Frank was “one of the most prominent lawyers and legal intellectuals of his time,” according to Chancellor Kent Professor Emeritus of Law and Legal History Robert W. Gordon, and launched the Legal Realism movement with his book, Law and the Modern Mind.
Faculty, family, friends, and community members gathered at Yale Law School on Feb. 5 for a portrait unveiling ceremony honoring the life of Drew Saunders Days III ’66 LLB, the Alfred M. Rankin Professor of Law.
Jason Furman, the Aetna Professor of the Practice of Economic Policy jointly at the Harvard Kennedy School and the Department of Economics at Harvard University, will deliver the 2023–2024 Judge Ralph K. Winter Lecture on Feb. 26.
Yale Law School faculty have commented in the media, written op-eds, and submitted amicus briefs in Trump v. Anderson, the case from the Colorado Supreme Court which ordered former President Donald Trump to be excluded from the state’s 2024 presidential primary ballot.