With the help of the San Francisco Affirmative Litigation Project, the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office (SFCAO) filed suit against the makers of Vanilla gift cards and its partner banks for deceptive and unfair competition practices.
Yale Law School Dean Heather K. Gerken announced today the launch of the Ronnie F. Heyman ’72 Crossing Divides Program, designed to foster discourse across the political and ideological spectrum and reinforce the core values of lawyering. The program will feature a prominent speaker series, co-teaching opportunities for courses, and support student initiatives that reinforce this work.
The Paul Tsai China Center, with programming led by Senior Fellow Darius Longarino, is advancing its significant work facilitating exchanges and research on LGBTQ equality with influential scholars, legal and health professionals, and other Chinese stakeholders.
Connecticut legislators included an additional $150 million in the most recent state budget to benefit lower-income school districts. The decision is in line with recommendations outlined by Professor Zachary Liscow ’15 in a 2017 paper on equitable state funding.
Sterling Professor of International Law Harold Hongju Koh, for the third time in the last two years, returned to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the Hague in September to argue on behalf of Ukraine against Russia.