The Soledad ’92 and Robert Hurst Horizon Scholarship Program has expanded to remove cost as a barrier to law school for even more students — a total of 75 for this academic year. Since Yale Law School launched the program two years ago, several peer institutions have followed suit, creating a new trend for financial aid in legal education.
The Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy at Yale Law School will host a symposium “Innovating Elder Justice: Law, Medicine, and Technology to Address Abuse and Financial Exploitation in Today’s Aging Society.
To mark Yale Law School’s bicentennial, Dean Heather K. Gerken joins President Peter Salovey for a conversation about the impact the school has had on legal education over two centuries and what comes next. Dean Gerken discusses the Yale Law School’s focus on bolstering needs-based aid, increasing the number of veterans on campus, and preparing the next generation of lawyers and leaders to engage across divides in polarized times.