Read the “storty” about the 2023 Tortys at HLS Today, here. The event has since grown into one of the semester’s leading social events. In addition to showcasing creative film presentations, a number of students also displayed their talents, ranging
Join us for a lunch talk and conversation about the Trojan horse of "police reform."
Join us for a lunch talk about the case against Yale New Haven Hospital Fertility Clinic.
After Dobbs, dozens of well-known corporations promised to protect the abortion rights of their own employees, most commonly by offering to cover abortion-related travel under the company health insurance plan. These statements and prospective policies make for good PR, but
Corporations like Google & Facebook made headlines when they promised to support their employees’ reproductive choices in the wake of the Dobbs v. Jackson decision. But their data mining practices and cooperation with law enforcement endanger those who are already
Join us for a lunch talk about how The New York Times broke the story of pervasive sexual abuse by Harvey Weinstein—ending decades of silence and empowering the #MeToo movement.
Jon Hanson will be among the panelists participating in the Berkeley Law event "Untapped Power: The State of Law Student Organizing"
Eating disorders are on the rise, but treating them is not getting any easier. They are complicated, they are expensive, and they often are not covered by healthcare insurance plans. When they are covered, patients with eating disorders fight every
In the latest article from The [F]law, Samantha Perry reports on “Common Good Constitutionalism,”which promises to be the next big theory in the legal conservative movement. It publicly claims to be anti-corporate, but its really pro-corporate power and control. Read
In her revealing article in The [F]law, Ellie Olsen argues that lawyers, like everyone else, are morally responsible for the choices they make about how they spend their time and who they choose to help with their training and talent.