Cornell Law students along with members of the Faculty Public Interest Committee, Career Development Office, and Public Interest Law Union, took a break from class yesterday to soak in the beautiful weather for a walk around Beebe Lake on the Cornell campus. #cornelllaw
“Participating in the First Amendment Clinic opened my eyes to the nuanced role of free speech and expression— it has highlighted how essential these liberties are for maintaining a robust democracy while navigating the challenges of our evolving social landscape.”
Sabrina Palacios ’24 detailed her experience with First Amendment Clinic. Learn more about the clinic and Cornell’s year-long celebration of the Freedom of Expression in the link on our bio.
On September 7, Cornell Law School hosted “The Fundamentals of Freedom of Expression” to kick-off the 2023-24 theme year: “The Indispensable Condition: Freedom of Expression at Cornell." https://bit.ly/3PdY05Y
Maria Giovanna Jumper ’24 is in Warsaw, Poland, today presenting work from the advanced Transnational Disputes Clinic at the European Consultation on Strategic Litigation & Legal Advocacy for Refugee and Migrant Rights. Jumper is presenting select projects from the clinic, including the amicus work in Mexico last spring on the implementation of the Title 42 border policy and work advocating on behalf of Afghani detainees at Camp Bondsteel. The Consultation involves litigators from around Europe, representatives from refugee groups, and representatives from NGOs and other advocacy groups working to support migrant and refugee rights. #cornelllawclinics
The Consultation is sponsored by the Global Strategic Litigation Council, which is cohosted by Cornell.
Tonight, Cornell Law was pleased to host a panel discussion to kick off @Cornell’s year-long series "The Indispensable Condition: Freedom of Expression at Cornell." Moderated by Professor Gautam Hans, the panel featured Professors Michael Dorf and Nelson Tebbe, along with Karen Levy, professor in the Department of Information Science in @CornellCIS. The panelists discussed a variety of issues, including First Amendment protections for speech and assembly, challenges applying those protections in a democratic and pluralistic society, and the ways speech principles play out in a rapidly changing digital world.
A unique and integral part of J.D. Orientation is a morning spent at the Hoffman Challenge Course, one of the largest collegiate challenge courses in the country, with over 50 low and high ropes elements.