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.
As the use of artificial intelligence becomes more pervasive in law and medicine, the debate continues on these technologies AI should supplement, or be a substitute for, human capabilities. Yale alumni and a distinguished panel of guests, hosted by the Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law and the Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy, took up this issue at the Century Association in New York on Nov. 16 during a discussion on AI’s impact of health care and legal practice.
Kwame Frimpong ’74 LLM, ’77 JSD celebrated the 50th anniversary of his enrollment in Yale Law School with a visit to his alma mater where he met with Dean Heather K. Gerken and shared his thoughts on legal education.
Professor Justin Driver has filed an amicus brief in a major case before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. The case addresses some of the most prominent cultural and legal issues of the day — public education, school curricula, and the quest for LGBTQ+ equality.
On Nov. 7, five students from the Yale Health Law and Policy Society (YHeLPS) spoke about their summer jobs in health law at a panel for first-year students. Panelists shared their job search stories and offered advice to 1Ls interested in pursuing health law jobs for summer and beyond.