Each year, the Law School hosts dozens of international speakers through the Berger Speaker Series, the Berger Current Affairs Colloquium, the Clarke East Asia Colloquium, and the International Law/International Relations Colloquium. Other Law School programs and university offices, including the Office of Career Services, Office of Professional Development, and Einaudi Center for International Studies at Cornell, bring hundreds more.
Learn more about our Recent and Upcoming International Speakers.
Cornell Law School welcomes a select number of highly qualified law students from our international partner institutions to enroll at Cornell Law School for one or two semesters as nonmatriculated students. Students wishing to participate in this program must have completed a minimum of one year of law school, or be in the final year of an undergraduate legal studies program, or be enrolled in a graduate law program at their home institution. Students must also be in good academic standing and be nominated by the partner school.