Cornell welcomes students and scholars from around the world to study, research, and speak at the Law School.
Visiting scholars and researchers may come to Cornell for academic year, semester, or weeks-long appointments, often under an exchange agreement with one of our partner schools.
Read more here about our visiting scholar and researcher program.
Each year, Cornell Law School welcomes a select number of highly qualified law students from law schools abroad to enroll at Cornell Law School for one or two semesters as non-degree students. This program is only open to students nominated by our exchange partner institutions.
If you are a current or prospective exchange student, you can read more here about our exchange student program.
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.
The Mori, Hamada & Matsumoto Exchange
The Mori, Hamada & Matsumoto Exchange sponsors faculty exchanges between Cornell Law School and leading Japanese universities. Cornell Law faculty members travel to Japan, and faculty members of Japanese universities travel to Cornell to collaborate on research projects, give seminars, and teach courses. The Mori Hamada & Matsumoto Exchange Program is supported with funds provided by the Mori Hamada & Matsumoto law firm.