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Volume 64 | Number 1 | Winter 2017

Alumni Weekend 2016: Coast to Coast
Alumni gathered in October to celebrate Yale Law School and honor governors from the boundaries of our nation.

Carroll Lucht, 1942–2016
“He cared deeply about his students, who in turn cared deeply about him. He used the law to make the world a better place.”

In a Time of Refugees
by Debra Kroszner
Yale Law School students advocate for asylum seekers and international refugees, creating innovative ways to provide life-changing legal services.

International Human Rights at Yale Law School: Fostering a Diverse and Holistic Array of Student Opportunities
The Orville H. Schell, Jr. Center for International Human Rights supports tomorrow’s leaders in human rights through broad and evolving academic programming, clinical work, and fellowships.

Liman at 20: Public Interest(s)
The Arthur Liman Public Interest Program celebrates two decades of commitments to equal justice.

Robina Foundation Awards $13 Million Gift for Human Rights Work
Yale Law School has received two gifts totaling $13 million from the Robina Foundation to create a Robina Human Rights Initiative Endowment Fund and to establish a Binger Clinical Professorship in Human Rights.