No Pseudonymity in Yale Law School DinnerPartyGate Lawsuit
Reason.com -

From yesterday's decision by Judge Sarah Merriam in Doe v. Gerken (D. Conn.) (now Stubbs v. Gerken):

[P]laintiffs, each of whom is or was a student at Yale Law School, allege that two deans of the Yale Law School, along with the Law School's Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, "worked together in an attempt to blackball" plaintiffs from the prestigious job opportunities that are typically available to Yale Law School students. Plaintiffs allege that defendants "attempt[ed] to blackball"...

Read this story at

Loading...

Related Articles