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Clarke Program in East Asian Law & Culture

The Clarke Program in East Asian Law and Culture brings a broad interdisciplinary and humanistic focus to the study of law in East Asia. Through research, teaching, and scholarly dialogue, it seeks to expand the purview of legal scholarship and to develop new ways of thinking about transnational law, politics, and culture.

The Clarke Program in East Asian Law and Culture, funded by a gift to Cornell Law School by Jack and Dorothea Clarke, and currently directed by Prof. Yun-chien Chang, sponsors a variety of activities and events, including an annual conference in the Fall semester, East Asian Law Book Launch Series, Young Scholar Speaker Series, and other stand-alone events.

Scholars and researchers who are interested in visiting Cornell Law School and work with the Clarke Program in East Asian Law and Culture are welcome to apply via the Office of International Programs. Cornell Law students can explore the possibility of studying abroad with our partner schools in China, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan.

The Clarke Program’s mission is to foster collaboration — across disciplines, across cultures, and between established scholars and innovative young researchers — that brings to light new questions, and new answers on subjects of pressing contemporary concern.


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