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Yale Law School Forum on Multidisciplinary Legal Research

The Yale Law School Forum on Multidisciplinary Legal Research facilitates intellectual exchange among graduate students with research interests in legal or law-related issues. Initiated and sponsored by the Yale Law School Doctor of the Science of Law (J.S.D.) Program, it brings together graduate students and visiting fellows/researchers from various Yale departments and schools, promoting a multidisciplinary approach to legal research questions.

During the academic year 2008-2009, the Forum will meet on three occasions. Two sessions will be devoted to discussion of papers authored by Yale University graduate students or visiting fellows from outside the Law School. The middle, double session will feature two paper presentations by the Law School graduate students. All sessions will run on Thursday afternoons of the Sterling Law Building (please see the schedule for hours and room numbers). Dinner will be served.

Any member of Yale University’s graduate community – graduate student or a visiting fellow – is welcome to participate in the Forum. Interested students are asked to contact the Law School’s Graduate Programs Office at caroline.curtis@yale.edu to be registered as the Forum’s participant. The participants will be sent the paper to be discussed before each session.

Any member of Yale graduate community, even if not registered as the Forum’s participant, is invited to submit a paper for being considered for presentation at one of the Forum’s sessions. To learn more about submissions, click here.