Yale Law School offers a range of academic support resources for students who wish to develop and enhance their academic skills. View a list of legal texts, research, case readings, teaching, and exam resources. Yale Law School`s Office of Student Affairs helps law students navigate their legal education. The office provides academic advice, supports student groups and journals, promotes student life and community development activities, and acts as a primary resource for students seeking balance in their law school. A list of important resources for students, faculty and staff, including the academic calendar and the YLS newsletter. Join Yale Law NSG for dinner with Professor Sue Biniaz, Deputy Special Envoy for Climate Change at the U.S. Department of State and one of the negotiators of the Paris Agreement. RSVP to arshan.barzani@yale.edu is required. Listen to 2L and 3L discuss their 1L summer jobs at the federal government! The panel will include students who have worked in various practice areas within the federal government. Student panelists will discuss a range of topics including: summer job search, skills acquired during the internship, interview tips, benefits of working for the federal government, and more. The discussion.

Yale Law School hosts countless events each semester. Keep up to date with the latest activities in the building and in our community. For more information, see the JD 2022-2023 Financial Aid Manual. Learn from the Honorable Daphne Barak-Erez of the Israeli Supreme Court and Rabbi Jason Rubenstein of the Slifka Center at Yale as they discuss the current state of reproductive rights in Israeli and Jewish law. Kosher lunch to go provided! Visit Library WebsiteLibrary ServicesPaul Tsai Scholarship Archives China Center Zhijun Hu founded China`s Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) to help members of the Chinese LGBTQ community come out to their families. PFLAG has supported thousands of parents in their journey to validate their children and has played a key role in fighting discrimination conflicts and promoting same-sex marriage in China. A take-out lunch will be offered to registered participants. Click here to log in. Fall 2022–Spring 2023 Spring 2022 CalendarFall 2021 CalendarFall 2020–Spring 2021 Calendar Mindy Jane Roseman, Director of the International Law Program, and Bradley Hayes, Bradley Hayes Program Coordinator, will sit at a table in the Ruttenberg Dining Room to answer questions and share information about YLS` opportunities and support for international legal research and learning. CDO`s primary goal is to educate students and alumni about the various career paths available to them as graduates of Yale Law School.

Required for second-year students without paper certification. Nancy Liao `05 is John R. Raben/Sullivan & Cromwell Executive Director of the Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law. Contact and general information about the services of the Office of the Registrar. Mindfulness can greatly benefit you as a student and later as a lawyer and can impact everyone you serve and interact with. Join others every Monday for a 15- or 20-minute guided meditation led by wellness consultant Catherine Banson. L390C meditation room or zoom in (closed after 3-5 minutes of introductory remarks). The Lillian Goldman Law Library contains one of the world`s finest collections of printed legal documents and a growing selection of online sources. Julia Angwin is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Markup, a nonprofit editorial team that produces meaningful data-driven journalism about technology and the people it affects. Come with a cup of tea and chat, paint, doodle, create your own craft project, write a message of gratitude, or learn a skill with your wellness consultant Catherine Banson and others.

(I hope we can do nails too!).