Yale launches Ph.D. in Law to train aspiring professors

Yale Law School plans what administrators said will be the first Ph.D. in Law. The program is designed for students holding a J.D. from a U.S. law school who want to teach law.

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  • Darren McKinney, American Tort Reform Association, Washington, D.C.

    Law schools need more professors with no real-world experience about as much as the nation needs more unemployable law school graduates, which is to say like a hole in the head.

  • Senior Counsel

    How does this differ from an SJD?

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