Clarke Business Law Institute
The Clarke Business Law Institute provides Cornell Law School students and faculty with unparalleled opportunities to contribute solutions to complex legal issues in a global economy.
The National Law Journal has recently ranked Cornell Law School #7 in terms of the percentage of graduates joining the country's 250 largest law firms. That statistic reflects not only a significant interest by students in business-related careers, but also a commitment by the Law School to produce lawyers with a well-rounded legal and business education.
The Jack G. Clarke Institute for the Study and Practice of Business Law affords Cornell Law School students and faculty tremendous and unparalleled opportunities to contribute solutions to emerging complex legal issues in a global economy.
Clarke Program on Corporations & Society
Program supports research, conferences, scholarship, and communications initiatives to promote a better understanding of the nature of corporations and the role they play in our society.
Clarke Program on the Law and Regulation of Financial Institutions and Markets
Program is devoted to understanding the key functions performed by banks, broker-dealers, investment companies and other financial institutions in the U.S. and global economic systems, as well as the roles played by law both in optimizing those functions and in constituting the market environments in which they are performed.