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“The school's location in Ithaca allowed me to experience living in a smaller college town and to have more of a university experience.”
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Experiential Learning

Cornell Law School’s robust and thriving experiential learning program traces its roots back to 1960. Today, it is an essential part of our educational mission, encompassing twenty-three clinics and practicum courses and an extensive array of externships and simulation courses.
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Lance Kaplan and Enrique Gonzalez '91 have been tapped to take over as co-chairs of the firm, effective Jan. 1, 2023, Fragomen announced Wednesday. Its founder and current chairman, Austin Fragomen, will transition to a chairman emeritus role.

https://news.bloomberglaw.com/business-and-practice/fragomen-taps-new-co-chairs-to-succeed-founder-after-50-years?context=search&index=0
The Cornell Law First Amendment Clinic’s dual mission is to teach students important aspects of the First Amendment and to vigorously defend its clients’ Constitutional rights. 

Learn more about the students' experiences & recent cases: https://cornell1a.law.cornell.edu #ConstitutionDay
Wondering how you can get more involved as a @cornell.law.school student? Stop by the org fair today to learn more about our amazing student orgs! 

Chance says you won't regret it! #CornellPawSchool 🐶
☀️ Summertime in Ithaca is truly unique. If you are an alum looking to come back for a visit or a prospective student wondering what the area is like, come see us! 

Hike up to the waterfalls, enjoy some local vineyards and breweries, and be sure to grab a bite to eat at one of the many amazing local restaurants! 🥘🥗

Want to plan your trip? 
Visit: https://www.visitithaca.com/
Visiting professor, Michael L. Huyghue ’84, advises NFL on diversity hiring.

"For Huyghue, a sports business expert and former NFL general manager, teaching and mentoring at Cornell complement ongoing work he considers the most important of his career – advising the NFL on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in its hiring practices."

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