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Tuesday, April 23, 2019


Petey Menz ’20 speaks at briefing in Hartford on Connecticut's first guidelines on the rights of pregnant workers. From left are state Sen. Mae Flexer, Menz, Dana Bolger ’19, Emily Villano ’19, Connecticut Human Rights and Opportunities Commission (CHRO) Deputy Director Cheryl Sharp, and CHRO Executive Director Tanya Hughes.

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It’s magical to watch my students direct the full force of their energy and talent into real-world advocacy for their clients. The clinics at Yale are the place where students learn the difference that a committed lawyer can make.”


Fiona Doherty

Class of 1999, Clinical Professor of Law