Research and Writing Resources
Published Student Work
Lindy, Benjamin (YLS ’10), The Impact of Teacher Collective Bargaining Laws on Student Achievement: Evidence from a New Mexico Natural Experiment, 120 Yale L.J. 1130 (2011), available at Benjamin_Lindy._The_Impact_of_Collective_Bargaining_Laws.pdf
Suarez, Christopher A. (YLS ’11), School Discipline in New Haven: Law, Norms, and Beating the Game (April 8, 2010). Journal of Law and Education, October 2010. Available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1500049
Suarez, Christopher A. (YLS ’11), Sliding Towards Educational Outcomes: A New Remedy for Education Lawsuits in a Post-NCLB World (November 4, 2009). Michigan Journal of Race & Law, Vol. 15, No. 2, 2010. Available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1500049 .
Suarez, Christopher A., Courthouse, Statehouse, or Both? Redefining Institutional Roles in School Finance Reform (January 2, 2010). Yale Law & Policy Review, Forthcoming. Available at http://ssrn.com/abstract=1530364
Student Substantials and SAWs
Matera, Matthew (YLS ’11): “Academic Accountability in Connecticut Charter Schools”
Bradley, Kathryn (YLS ’12): “Reforming Collective Bargaining Laws”
Hines, Christopher (YLS ’12): “Education Reform That Works: What the United States can Learn from Finland”
Meltzer, Joshua (YLS ’12): “Charter Schools and Integration: The Promise of an Untried Alliance”
Students at YLS have worked under the supervision of professors including the following to write their substantials and SAWs on education topics: Robert C. Ellickson, Michael J. Graetz, Christine Jolls, and John G. Simon.