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  • 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
  • Accelerated Integrated JD-MBA

    The Law School and Yale's School of Management (SOM) unveiled a pilot three-year joint degree program last spring for students interested in an integrated law and business curriculum. At the end of the three year Accelerate Integrated JD-MBA program (AI JD-MBA), students earn both a JD and an MBA...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 10-23-2009
  • Welcome 2012!

    Welcome back to 203! I hope all of you had relaxing and productive summers. As Dean Rangappa mentioned last week, the Admissions Office has some new things in store for you this fall including our Twitter feed and e-visits/webinars. While the e-visits will mostly be targeted at specific undergraduate...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 09-22-2009
  • "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
  • Sold!

    The Law School recently played host to one of its more unique community events when The Initiative for Public Interest Law at Yale held its annual public interest auction . The public interest auction is one of several fundraisers conducted during the year by The Initiative, which uses the proceeds to...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 02-25-2009
  • Supporting Public Interest

    Two weeks ago we were pleased to welcome back one of our graduates, Sheila Hayre '02, as the Law School's new Public Interest Advisor. In her new position, Sheila will focus on assisting YLS students and alumni in applying for public interest fellowships. Additionally, she will provide counseling...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 02-03-2009
  • Clinical Opportunities

    Happy 2009! We here at 203 enjoyed our long winter break and now we're back reading files, admitting students, and writing blog posts. I'm going to start the year by addressing a subject about which I receive a lot of questions when I'm out recruiting: clinical programs. For those of you...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 01-12-2009
  • Spotlight on LAMP

    Those of you who have spent time browsing our website are probably familiar, at least passingly, with the many centers and programs at YLS. By my count, eleven such organizations are currently sponsored by YLS. Centers and programs serve as intellectual hubs within the School that attract faculty, students...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 11-18-2008
  • 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
  • The beginning of fall...

    I can't believe that I'm once again writing a blog entry about the beginning of the school year. It seems like only a few short months ago I welcomed the Class of 2010 and now, here I am, writing about the arrival of the Class of 2011. The school year began in traditional fashion with several...
    Posted to (203) Admissions Blog (Weblog) by craigj on 09-15-2008
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