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.
After a lawsuit filed by the Media Freedom and Information Access Clinic, the entity that runs West Point’s sports programs has begun releasing previously financial and contractual records about the army’s sports program that it previously withheld.
Dean Heather K. Gerken welcomed Yale Law School’s newest students to campus on Aug. 23, speaking at convocation about the set of traditions they are inheriting that have sustained the academic community for nearly two centuries.
The Allard K. Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic at Yale Law School and the Global Human Rights Clinic at the University of Chicago Law School have released a report indicating that migrant workers, in comparison to national workers, often face adverse wage differentials solely because of their status as migrants.
In a Q&A, Douglas Kysar, the Joseph M. Field ’55 Professor of Law at Yale Law School and faculty co-director of the Law, Ethics & Animals Program, explains the legal strategies behind recent climate change lawsuits, how the law could be used to protect those most vulnerable to climate disasters, and which cases may have the best chance of success.