Members of the Law School's renowned faculty and distinguished legal experts and scholars from around the world share their views on philosophical and practical issues related to law and justice.
Confronting the Threats to Our Homeland
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff discusses how the Department prepares for and mitigates threats to our national security. Secretary Chertoff's lecture was the Sam and Ronnie Heyman Lecture on Public Service at Yale Law School.
Dean Harold Koh
Dean Harold Koh is the Yale Law School's 15th Dean in its almost 200-year history. Dean Koh talks about his first four years in the role of Dean, his life accomplishments and his plans for the future of the School.
Yale Law School: The Admission Process for Prospective Students
Yale Law School Dean of Admissions, Asha Rangappa '00 talks about the admissions process for prospective students.
The Household: Informal Order Around the Hearth
In his new book, Professor Ellickson, a property law specialist, explores the internal dynamics of the home and applies transaction cost economics, sociological theory, and legal analysis as he examines how the home is ordered. The Household illustrates how households are formed and how they choose to govern themselves.
How I Survived "Survivor" and other Professional Challenges
Yul Kwon a 2000 graduate of the Yale Law School, talks about surviving "Survivor" and other professional challenges. After 39 days sparring with 20 contestants in four tribes divided by race, Yul was the winner of the hit TV show "Survivor" in fall 2006. Yul discusses this unique experience, along with highlights of his varied professional careers.
Professor Dean Spade of Seattle University talks about the limitations of current popular legal equality demands emerging under the "trans rights" framework.