Judicial Clerkships

Judicial Clerkship Programs

Resources for Judicial Visits

Below are a collection of materials designed by the Office of Judicial Engagement and Professional Development to help guide student groups through the process of inviting and hosting a judge at Cornell Law. Please consult these resources as you begin the planning process for your event, and as the resources indicate, please contact Assistant Dean Elizabeth Peck at the very beginning of your planning process.

Guidelines for Student Groups Bringing Judges to Cornell Law

Judicial Visit Planning Checklist

Sample Itinerary

 


Past Programs

Each year the Office of Judicial Engagement and Professional Development presents live programming to help educate clerkship seekers and to better expose the Cornell Law community to the judicial system and the work of federal and state judges from across the country.

February 25, 2020 - Clerkships 101: An Intro to Clerkships for First-Year Students, an overview of clerkships and the clerkship application process. This program featured Assistant Dean Liz Peck and Associate Director Michaela Azemi.

February 5, 2020 - The Nuts & Bolts of Judicial Clerkships, a program on the clerkship application process for 2Ls and 3Ls. This program featured Assistant Dean Liz Peck and Associate Director Michaela Azemi.