Origins of yale law school the origins of yale law school trace to the earliest days of the 19th century when law was learned by clerking as an apprentice in a lawyers office the first law schools including the one that became yale developed out of this apprenticeship system and grew up inside law offices. Yale law school often referred to as yale law or yls is the law school of yale university located in new haven connecticutestablished in 1824 it has been the top ranked law school in the united states by us news and world report every year since the magazine began publishing law school rankings in the 1980s the schools small size and prestige make its admissions process the most . The entity that became the yale law school started life early in the nineteenth century as a proprietary school operated as a sideline by a couple of new haven lawyers the new haven school affiliated with yale in the 1820s but it remained so frail that in 1845 and again in 1869 the university seriously considered closing it down. The yale law school originated as a proprietary school in the law office of a practicing lawyer this new haven school was inspired by a forerunner located in upstate litchfield connecticut the litchfield law school was an astonishingly successful venture which shaped the development of
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