This Conference issue asks: "Is there a 'new' New Haven School of International Law?" This would not be Yale Law School if we did not first frame that question with a meta-question: What does it mean to belong to a school of thought? Traditionally, a school of thought, belief, learning, or scholarship--often named after its place of origin-comprises a group of likeminded individuals who share common opinion, outlook, philosophy, or membership in the same intellectual, artistic, social, or cultural movement.
Harold H. Koh,
Is There a "New" New Haven School of International Law?,
Yale J. Int'l L.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/yjil/vol32/iss2/13