Labor Day. Classes will meet.
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To continue our series on the most recent SCOTUS term, we will have a stellar panel of experts to discuss West Virginia v. EPA. The panelists will be able to discuss the major questions doctrine, the background of the case, and the implications going forward.
The Yale Civil Rights Project provides students with a unique opportunity to gain legal research and writing experience in the first semester of law school while advancing civil rights through their work with a partner organization. Come learn about the Civil Rights Project and how you can get involved! All are welcome, especially 1L and transfer students!
A welcome event to introduce new law students to the various human rights initiatives at YLS.
Come sit with a cup of tea and chat, paint your nails, color, doodle, do your own craft project, write a gratitude note or learn a skill with your wellness counselor Catherine Banson and others.
Are you active in one of our Affinity Groups? Please join us for a meet & greet with Dean Gerken as we kick off the semester!
Location: Ruttenberg Dining Hall
Come learn from Rabbi Jason Rubenstein from Yale's Slifka Center while enjoying a grab-and-go kosher lunch!
Join Professor Listokin and Professor Schwartz for a discussion on the ongoing Twitter litigation, moderated by Andrew Granato YLS '24 SOM '26.
Further details to follow at this link: https://cglink.me/2dA/r1664459
Next Wednesday at 12:10 in SLB 129, ACS will be hosting a conversation between Federal Trade Commissioner Noah Phillips and Professor Alvin Klevorick. Commissioner Phillips, who will be joining over Zoom, will discuss a wide array of topics related to the FTC, including his path to becoming a commissioner, his experience on the Commission, and opportunities for bipartisanship within antitrust.