September 17, 2010
‘We the People’: Yale Law School Celebrates the U.S. Constitution
Today is Constitution Day, honoring the signing of the U.S. Constitution—one of the most significant events in American history—on September 17, 1787. For Yale Law School, honoring and exploring the meaning of the document that formed our nation and established our rights and freedoms, is an ongoing endeavor, which the school pursues in the classroom, in clinics, and in lectures by distinguished visitors such as U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer. Read more, and listen to discussions about issues related to the First Amendment, on the Yale University website.