The Clarke Business Law Institute provides a venue for Cornell students to learn from nationally-recognized academics, senior lawyers, regulators, and business leaders, providing a three-dimensional, nuanced view of the business world and the legal issues that affect it. At its core, and reflecting that purpose, the Institute focuses on:
The Institute was created with a $5 million lead gift from alumnus Jack G. Clarke, LL.B. '52, a lawyer and retired Exxon Mobil executive. Other alumni have committed an additional $9 million to the project, and additional fundraising is ongoing. The 2007 gift was the single largest investment in business law in the Law School's history.
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To learn more about the Clarke Business Law Institute, please review our web pages or the brochure below.