Since its inception in 1989, the Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities (YJLH) has become a premier forum for examining the intersection of law and the liberal arts. Grounded in the ever-deepening awareness that cutting-edge interdisciplinary exploration is crucial to a fuller understanding of both the law and the world at large, YJLH provides a unique intellectual arena to scholars of several disciplines.
YJLH is composed of students studying at Yale Law School as well as graduate students studying humanities-related disciplines through the other graduate programs at Yale University. We normally publish two issues in the year. This year, we will be publishing a symposium and a one-issue standard Volume in place of publishing a two-issue standard Volume.