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Wednesday, October 8, 2008


Samuel Bowles To Give Leff Lecture, “Good Government and Human Behavior,” Nov. 10

Professor Samuel Bowles will deliver the Arthur Allen Leff Fellowship Lecture November 10, speaking on “Good Government and Human Behavior:  New Evidence on Enduring Questions.”

Friday, October 3, 2008


Conference Honoring Mirjan Damaška Oct. 31 – Nov. 1

A conference to honor the work of Professor Mirjan Damaška will be held Friday, Oct. 31, and Saturday, Nov. 1, at Yale Law School.

Friday, September 26, 2008


Project to Measure China’s Environmental Performance Launched

The Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy and The Samuel Family Foundation have announced the launch of a project to assess environmental management and performance at the provincial level in China.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008


Dean Koh Testifies Before Senate Constitution Subcommittee About Rule of Law

Dean Harold Hongju Koh

Tuesday, September 16, 2008


Robert Daines ’92 To Give Wasserman Lecture Oct. 2

Stanford professor and corporate law scholar Robert Daines ’92 will discuss “Rating the Ratings: How Good are Commercial Governance Ratings?” Oct. 2 at Yale Law School.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008


Kaltura Prize Awarded for Access to Knowledge Writing Competition

Victoria Stodden is the recipient of the Access to Knowledge writing competition, sponsored by Kaltura, for her paper "Enabling Reproducible Research: Open Licensing for Scientific Innovation."

Wednesday, September 10, 2008


Global Constitutionalism Seminar Sept. 25-27

Leading constitutional court justices from around the world will gather Sept. 25-27 at Yale Law School for the 2008 Global Constitutionalism Seminar.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008


Chief Justice Margaret Marshall ’76 to Give Anderson Lecture Sept. 22

The Honorable Margaret Marshall ’76, Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, will give the Robert P. Anderson Memorial Lecture on Sept. 22 at Yale Law School.

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Between my colleagues and students, showing up for work means that I will have my premises challenged, my ideas tested, and my creativity spurred three times before I finish my morning coffee.”


David Schleicher

Professor of Law