Clinical, Advocacy, and Skills Program
Capital Defense Clinics
Child Advocacy
Externships
Innocence
Securities Law
U.S. Attorney's Office
Labor Law
International Human Rights
Prosecution
Juvenile Justice
Criminal Defense
Immigration Appellate Law and Advocacy
Farmworkers Legal Assistance

Clinical Programs

Since the 1970's, clinical courses at Cornell Law School have helped students move beyond the classroom into the world of practice. A variety of courses provide students with opportunities to assume the role of advocate on behalf of real clients with real legal problems. All of this is done under the supervision and mentoring of experienced faculty, who work closely with students to assist their development into excellent, ethical professionals.

To begin the transition from student to practitioner, some students elect to enroll in in-house clinics; others choose to participate in externships. Each clinic provides opportunities for developing skills that are crucial to the practice of law.