Getting Here
Yale Law School occupies the block bounded by Grove, York, Wall, and High Streets at the heart of the Yale campus in downtown New Haven, Connecticut.

By trains and planes
Trains run regularly to New Haven from New York City (via Metro-North Railroad or Amtrak and from Boston (via Amtrak). Commuter airlines provide connections to Tweed-New Haven Airport  from many U.S. cities. Bradley International  in Hartford (BDL) is a major international airport accommodating all major airlines (including the economy airlines such as Southwest) and with direct flights to all major cities. It is located about 40 miles north from New Haven and may be reached either by car or by Connecticut Limousine's Shuttle service.

By car
From I-95
From the north: Connect to I-91 North in New Haven; take Exit 3 (Trumbull Street) and follow directions below for I-91.
From the south: Connect to I-91 North in New Haven (left exit); take Exit 3 (Trumbull Street) and follow directions below for I-91.

From I-91
Take Exit 3 off I-91 (from North or South). The exit ramp becomes Trumbull Street. Follow Trumbull Street to the end (at the fifth light - Prospect Street). Turn left on Prospect Street. Take the first right (at the stoplight) onto Grove Street. The Law School is in the second block on your left. Metered parking is available on Grove Street and on other streets in the vicinity; the main entrance to the Law School (127 Wall Street) is a short walk away at the corner of Wall and High Streets.