- 6:30PM to 7:30PM
All levels of experience are welcome, but for some classes you will need an item to lift with one hand. It would also be a good to have a yoga mat, bath towel or carpeted area for floor padding.
Over the past few decades, financial services have been one of the most socially sensitive parts of the consumer economy on both sides of the Atlantic. The 2008 financial crisis and turbulences that followed revealed deep dysfunctionalities of consumer financial markets. Notably, these markets turned out to be highly susceptible to further exploitation and deepening of social and economic inequality. The Seminar will attempt to diagnose these problems from both the European and the US perspectives and try to unwrap the potential of law in remedying inequality in consumer finance.
From the Library of Alexandria to Johannes Gutenberg’s invention of the printing press; from the First Amendment’s guarantee of the right to information to the creation of the World Wide Web, access to knowledge has always flourished thanks to the builders of these institutions. In the past two decades, the Internet Archive has become a beacon of free and open access to knowledge. As the Internet Archive turns 25, The Yale Information Society Project and the Wikimedia Initiative on Intermediaries and Information present a conversation with Brewster Kahle, on his vision for the future of digital libraries and universal access to knowledge.
QUSL-Yale Dispute Resolution Speaker Series
Campus Division? Dispute Resolution Strategies for Campus Leaders
Please join us for a discussion of political polarization and instability in Peru. Many predict that recently elected President Pedro Castillas will not finish his term, a fate he would share with his four predecessors. Come learn about the dynamics and factors behind the instability with LLM students Millie Mutsios and Lucia Rodrigo and JSD student Fernando Loayza, who will focus on the problems caused by institutional solutions found for previous dilemmas, the pertinence of the country's natural resources, and social movements.
Alfred Brownell is a Tom & Andi Bernstein Visiting Human Rights Fellow at the Schell Center for International Human Rights. He is an internationally recognized environmental rights activist and lawyer from Liberia. Brownell has advocated for more than two decades to protect the environment and human rights in West Africa and to empower Liberians and West Africans victimized by resource exploitation. He co-founded and headed the public interest law nongovernmental environmental rights organization Green Advocates International.
Join us for YLW's second Speak Up panel of the semester: Speak Up from the Office! The Speak Up series features YLW alums who have been trailblazing advocates in their careers, with a focus on issues of gender equity and justice. The second panel, Speak Up from Office, features three alums who have run for state and national office discussing their experiences as YLW alums navigating running fo...
Interested in exploring summer jobs in national security law and policy? Join NSG and CDO for a panel discussion among upperclass students who have worked at a variety of summer employers in this space! Panelists include John Bowers, 2L (FCC Office of General Counsel); Adam Gerard, 2L (USAO for the Eastern District of Virginia); Josh Lefkow, 2L (Global Echo); Simone Rivera, 3L (DoD Office of Military Commissions); and Aaron Sobel, 2L (DOJ Civil Appellate).
Antitrust and data privacy law are two of the most powerful forces affecting the treatment of our online information. Join Professor Douglas to discuss what happens when these two legal forces collide. The talk will discuss her current work with the Global Privacy Assembly on tradeoffs between the data flows that drive online competition, and the data protection that enhances consumer privacy. When might more competition lead to more — or less— privacy? Could innovative thinking in digital regulation promote both interests?