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  • Yale Law School's Top Vegetarian Chef

    I wrote a few years ago in my post, The $42,000 All-You-Can-Eat Buffet , about the abundance of free food at the Law School. Three years later everything I mentioned in the post, except the price, still holds true. To help illustrate the importance of free food at YLS, here's a clip from last year's...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 03-04-2011
  • The Quiet After the Storm

    I hope 2010 is off to a good start for all of our readers. We've been busy reading your applications and admitting some of you (contrary to some rumors, we do, in fact, admit applicants). January is traditionally a great time to get a lot of work done because, next to summer, it's the quietest...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 01-19-2010
  • "This American Life"

    One of the perks of attending law school at one of the world's premier universities is being able to take advantage of the academic, cultural, and social resources of Yale's other schools and departments. From taking classes in other departments for credit towards your JD to spending a random...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 04-08-2009
  • Yale Green?

    Going green. Minimizing environmental impacts. Reducing carbon footprints. These are some of the latest catch phrases used by the media when describing sustainability and environmental awareness. In a world facing global climate change, increasing scarcity of some natural resources, and skyrocketing...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 10-14-2008
  • On the Campaign Trail

    As you might imagine, YLS students are a politically active group. Nothing makes this political involvement more apparent than an election year. It's impossible to walk down the hallways of YLS without seeing posters or overhearing conversations reminding you that it's primary season. Students...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 03-03-2008
  • Rebels With a Cause

    This past weekend hundreds of law students, legal practitioners, and community activists from around the country descended on Yale Law School for the 14th Annual Rebellious Lawyering Conference. The entirely student-run conference, one of the largest of its kind, brings together individuals committed...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 02-25-2008
  • The $42,000 All-You-Can-Eat Buffet

    Most of you are aware of Yale Law School’s reputation as one of the world’s premier educational institutions. You’re familiar with some of our amazing faculty, our reputation for cutting-edge legal scholarship, our leadership role in the legal community, and the high quality of life we afford our students...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 12-12-2007
  • Organize Me

    The Law School recently held a student organization fair in the courtyard. The fair, an annual tradition, highlights the rich extracurricular offerings of the School and gives students a chance to receive more information about different student organizations, speak with representatives from each group...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 11-01-2007
  • New Beginnings

    Yale Law School recently welcomed its 196th-ish class of students. Before classes began on September 5, the 189 members of the Class of 2010 enjoyed a weeklong orientation program designed to introduce them to the study of law and help acclimate them to New Haven and life at YLS. Throughout the week...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 09-14-2007
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