A list of important resources for students, faculty and staff, including the academic calendar and the YLS newsletter. Fall 2022–Spring 2023 CalendarSpring 2022Fall 2021Fall 2020–Spring 2021 Calendar The Yale Law School 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. 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 email@example.com is required. Christopher BerryUniversité de Chicago, Harris School of Public Policy et le Collège”Réévaluer l`impôt foncier » Daniel HemelFaculté de droit de l`Université de Chicago”Le droit, l`économie et la politique de la polysémie » Ioana E. MarinescuUniversité de Pennsylvanie, École de politique sociale et de pratique”Estimating Labor Market Power » (with José Azar and Steven Berry)”Pourquoi la loi antitrust a-t-elle laissé tomber les travailleurs? » (avec Eric A. Posner) The Lillian Goldman Law Library contains one of the world`s finest collections of printed legal materials and a growing selection of online sources. Paul Tsai China Center Zhijun Hu founded China`s Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) to help members of China`s 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. David HirshleiferUniversity of Southern California, Marshall School of BusinessWith the Bert W. Wasserman Workshop in Law and Finance”Presidential Address: Social Transmission Bias in Economics and Finance” Quinn CurtisUniversity of Virginia School of LawCo-existing with the Bert W. Wasserman Workshop in Law and Finance”Are ESG Mutual Funds Delivering on Their Promises? (with Jill Fisch & Adriana Z. Robertson) 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! CDO`s primary goal is to educate students and alumni about the various career paths available to them as graduates of Yale Law School. Sarath SangaNorthwestern Pritzker School of Lawin collaboration with the Bert W. Wasserman Workshop in Law and Finance”Don`t Go Chasing Waterfalls: Fiduciary Duties in Venture Capital Backed Startups” (with Eric Talley) Mark A. LemleyStanford Law School”The Contradictions of Platform Regulation” Mindy Jane Roseman, Director of the International Law Program, and Bradley Hayes, Program Coordinator Bradley Hayes, will sit at a table in the Rutterenberg dining room, answer questions and exchange information about YLS` opportunities and support for international legal research and learning. Katherine Levine EinsteinBoston University, Department of Political Science “Land of the Freeholder: How Property Rights Make Local Voting Rights” (with Maxwell Palmer) 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.
The workshop will take place from 4:10 to 5:40 p.m. ET in Room 121, except for the workshops on February 10 with Jennifer Nou, February 24 with Christopher Berry and April 21 with David Hirshleifer, who will meet via Zoom. * YES opens at 12:35 (Central Time) on the first day of registration and closes at 23:59 (Central Time) on the last day of registration. Jennifer NouUniversity of Chicago School of Law”Submerged Independent Agencies” (with Brian D. Feinstein)February 17 Contact information and general information about the services offered by the Office of the Registrar. Visit the Library WebsiteLibrary ServicesLibrary ServicesJared A. Ellias Scholarship ArchiveUniversity of California, Hastings College of the LawJoint with Bert W. Wasserman Law and Finance Workshop “Trauma of Employee Bankruptcy” Yale Law School hosts countless events per semester. Keep up to date with the latest activities in the building and in our community.
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. Open registration period (allow/add courses free of charge or add a “W” on your transcript) Second enrolment date window (every 2/3Ls/LLM) Douglas IrwinDartmouth College, Department of Economics”The Wave of Trade Reform of 1985-1995″April 21 Nancy Liao `05 is John R. Raben/Sullivan & Cromwell Executive Director, Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law. 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. Course Status Change Deadline (Course Status Change or Fall Dropout) Jacob GoldinStanford Law School “Tax Filing and Take-Up: Experimental Evidence on Tax Preparation Outreach and Benefit Claiming” (with Tatiana Homonoff, Rizwan Javaid and Brenda Schafer) Sit down 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.