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Yale University School of Law

New Haven, Connecticut
www.law.yale.edu

Yale University School of Law was awarded $2,835,000 between 1998 and 2018, including 9 grants in Criminal Justice, Human Rights, Digital Media & Learning, and What We're Exploring: Cities, Information, and Governance.

$800,000

2018 • 2 years • Criminal Justice

Founded in 2014 at the Yale Law School, the Justice Collaboratory (the Collaboratory) brings together scholars and researchers of diverse theoretical and methodological orientation to work on issues related to institutional reform, policy innovation, and advancement within the field of procedural justice. This award renews support for the Collaboratory to expand the scope of research in procedural justice beyond policing to the entire criminal justice system, and to engage Safety and Justice Challenge Network sites for testing concepts on the ground. The projects are aimed at rebuilding trust and legitimacy in the criminal justice system, particularly in marginalized communities through the application of procedural justice theory and social network analysis.

$400,000

2016 • 1 year, 2 months • Criminal Justice

Founded in 2014 at the Yale Law School, the Justice Collaboratory (the Collaboratory) brings together scholars and researchers of diverse theoretical and methodological orientation to work on issues related to institutional reform, policy innovation, and advancement within the field of procedural justice. The award supports the Collaboratory to expand the scope of research in procedural justice beyond policing to the entire criminal justice system, and to engage partner cities for testing concepts on the ground. The projects are aimed at rebuilding trust and legitimacy in the criminal justice system particularly in marginalized communities through the application of procedural justice theory and social network analysis.

$450,000

2015 • 1 year, 5 months • What We're Exploring: Cities, Information, and Governance

Founded in 2014 at the Yale Law School, the Justice Collaboratory brings together scholars and researchers of diverse theoretical and methodological orientation to work on issues related to institutional reform, policy innovation, and advancement within the field of procedural justice. The organization's goal is to fuse theory, empirical research, and targeted clinical trials to achieve a collective understanding that makes the components of criminal justice operation simultaneously more effective, just, and democratic. The award will support planning to develop research in procedural justice, including advancing the scholarly agenda, engaging community organizers within cities where procedural justice concepts are tested, cultivating partner cities for testing on the ground, and developing the next generation of criminal justice scholars. The organization will seek to conduct field-leading research in the criminal justice arena and apply its insights to reduce violence, while increasing trust and justice in marginalized communities.

$250,000

2009 • 1 year, 6 months • Human Rights

To build capacity among public interest lawyers and advance reforms on juvenile justice and criminal procedure in China.

$120,000

2009 • 1 year, 6 months • Digital Media & Learning

In support of two studies on youth media policy (over 18 months).

$600,000

2006 • 4 years, 6 months

In support of work to provide an intellectual framework and empirical evidence for evaluating the impact of various international intellectual property policies on developing countries (over three years).

$65,000

2005 • 1 year

In support of the Access to Knowledge conference.

$100,000

2003 • 2 years

In support of the Middle East Legal Studies Seminar (over two years).

$50,000

1998 • 1 year

To develop proposals for improving international environmental management structures.

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