Travel and Housing
Conference attendees: Please see our FAQ for last-minute updates and logistical information.
Yale Law School is located at 127 Wall Street, New Haven, Connecticut, and occupies the block bounded by Grove, York, Wall, and High Streets at the heart of the Yale campus in downtown New Haven.
By trains and planes:
Trains run regularly to New Haven from New York City (via Metro-North Railroad or Amtrak) and from Boston and Washington, DC (via Amtrak). US Air provides connections to Tweed-New Haven Airport from many U.S. cities. Bradley International Airport in Hartford (BDL) accommodates all major airlines (including the economy airlines such as Southwest) and has direct flights to most major cities. It is located about 40 miles north of New Haven and may be reached by either car or Connecticut Limousine's Shuttle Service. The three major New York airports - John F. Kennedy (JFK), LaGuardia (LGA), and Newark (EWR) - are all accessible from New Haven by train or Q-Conn Shuttle or Car Service. Newark Airport has an Amtrak stop that connects directly to New Haven, making EWR particularly convient. Similarly, LaGuardia Airport is connected to the Metro-North Railroad by a New York City local bus (the M60), making transfers to New Haven from LGA both convenient and economical.
From I-95: From the north: Connect to I-91 North in New Haven; take Exit 3 (Trumbull Street) and follow directions below for I-91. From the south: Connect to I-91 North in New Haven (left exit); take Exit 3 (Trumbull Street) and follow directions below for I-91.
From I-91: Take Exit 3 off I-91 (from North or South). The exit ramp becomes Trumbull Street. Follow Trumbull Street to the end (at the fifth light - Prospect Street). Turn left on Prospect Street. Take the first right (at the stoplight) onto Grove Street. The Law School is in the second block on your left.
On the day of the Conference, free parking will be available in Yale parking lots near Yale Law School, as well as other parts of campus. Metered parking is available on Grove Street and on other streets in the vicinity, and the main entrance to the law school (127 Wall Street) is a short walk away at the corner of Wall and High Streets. Several parking garages and addition streets with metered parking surround the law school; you can locate these parking options by checking out the Visitor Parking section of the Yale parking webpage.
There are several New Haven hotels located near the law school.
- Courtyard Marriott is located at 30 Whalley Avenue. Ph: 203-777-6221
- La Quinta Inn and Suites is located at 400 Sargent Drive. Ph: 203-562-1111
- New Haven Hotel is located at 229 George Street. Ph: 203-498-3100
- Omni Hotel is located at 155 Temple Street. Ph: 203-772-6664
- The Study at Yale is located at 1157 Chapel Street. Ph: 203-503-3900
If you are a student, and are interested in staying with a Yale student while you attend the conference, please email V Prentice at email@example.com with the subject heading “Student Homestay for 2013 Conference”. We cannot guarantee that there will be student housing available for you, but we will do our best to find locations for all interested students. Keep in mind that it takes some time to coordinate housing, so please try to notify us of your need for housing as soon as possible to ensure that we can find a place for you.
Wireless internet access will be available at the conference. Accessing the internet through the "Yale Guest" network can be done easily through on-screen instructions.
We will have a very small room to store personal belongings near the conference registration table. However, we will not be able to lock this room during the day, nor will the registration table be staffed throughout the day. As such, please try to drop off any luggage or personal belongings off at your host's house or hotel before the conference.
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