List of Yale Law School alumni

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This is a list of notable alumni of Yale Law School, the law school of the American Yale University, located in New Haven, Connecticut.wikipedia
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List of Yale University people

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(For a list of notable Yale University graduates, see the list of Yale University people.) Records are kept by the Association of Yale Alumni.
For a list of notable alumni of Yale Law School, see List of Yale Law School alumni.

Yale Law School

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This is a list of notable alumni of Yale Law School, the law school of the American Yale University, located in New Haven, Connecticut.
Yale Law has produced a significant number of luminaries in law and politics, including United States presidents Gerald Ford, Bill Clinton and former U.S. secretary of state and presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton.

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This is a list of notable alumni of Yale Law School, the law school of the American Yale University, located in New Haven, Connecticut.

Yale University

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(For a list of notable Yale University graduates, see the list of Yale University people.) Records are kept by the Association of Yale Alumni. This is a list of notable alumni of Yale Law School, the law school of the American Yale University, located in New Haven, Connecticut.

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This is a list of notable alumni of Yale Law School, the law school of the American Yale University, located in New Haven, Connecticut.

Bachelor of Laws

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All degrees listed below are LL.B. (the primary professional degree in law conferred by Yale Law School until 1971) or J.D. (the primary professional degree in law conferred since 1971), unless noted otherwise.

Juris Doctor

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All degrees listed below are LL.B. (the primary professional degree in law conferred by Yale Law School until 1971) or J.D. (the primary professional degree in law conferred since 1971), unless noted otherwise.