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Academic Calendar & Bulletin

A listing of important resources for students, faculty, and staff, including the academic calendar and the YLS Bulletin.

Yale Law School Bulletin
2016-2017 Calendar
Current 2015-2016 Calendar
2014-2015 Calendar
2013-2014 Calendar

Academic Support & Resources

Yale Law School offers a number of academic support resources for students looking to develop and improve upon their academic skills. View a list of legal writing, research, case reading, classroom, and exam resources.

See a full list of support services here.

Events Calendar

Yale Law School holds countless events each semester. Keep up to date with the latest activities happening in the building and our community. 

See a list of events happening at Yale Law School

Connect with YLS on social media

Registrar's Office

Contact information and background on the services offered by the Registrar’s Office.

Transcript requests
Inside Site for students

Career Development Office

CDO’s main goal is to educate students and alumni on the diverse career paths open to them as graduates of the Yale Law School.

Visit the CDO website 
Counseling Services
Access to online resources

Lillian Goldman Law Library

The Lillian Goldman Law Library contains one of the world’s finest collections of printed legal materials and a growing array of online sources.

Visit the Library website
Library Services
Scholarship Repository

Office of Student Affairs

The Office of Student Affairs at Yale Law School helps law students navigate their legal education from Orientation to Graduation. The office provides academic advising, support student groups and journals, promote student life and community building activities, and act as the primary resource for students who are seeking to find balance in their law school experience.

I will remember most about my time here the wonderful conversations and interactions with my peers and with my professors. This is a wonderful community, very welcoming, and an amazing place to have studied the law.”

Allison Turbiville

Class of 2015