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.
#CornellLaw is proud to see women in the role of Editor-in-Chief for each of the school’s journals, as well as the Supreme Court Bulletin!
Pictured (from left to right): Hailie Yoo, Editor-in-Chief of the Supreme Court Bulletin Danica Murthy, Editor-in-Chief of the Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy Gigi Scerbo, Editor-in-Chief of Cornell Law Review Maria Giovanna Jumper, Editor-in-Chief of Cornell International Law Journal
📆 On a recent trip to rural Alaska, students in the Low Income Taxpayer Law and Accounting Practicum (LITLAP) visited ten villages to host tax clinics and assist clients who don’t otherwise have access to quality tax preparation services.
✍️ The students completed more than 650 tax returns during the week-long trip. 📝 #CornellLawClinics
Students from the First Amendment Clinic visited the Reuters New York newsroom in Times Square last week to learn more about the relationship between journalists and lawyers, discussing how both teams work collaboratively on publishing cutting-edge journalism.
Students heard from Katharine Larsen, Deputy General Counsel; Vanessa O’Connell, Global Industry Editor; Mike Spector, U.S. Corporate Crisis Correspondent; Christopher Lee, Global Media and Litigation Counsel; and Alix Freedman, Global Editor, Ethics and Standards. #CornellLawClinics