Cornell Law Scoops

Scoops Issue

September 16, 2019

This Week’s Events

Week of September 16, 2019

All events will be held in Myron Taylor Hall unless otherwise noted. 

Monday, September 16

12:15 -1:15 PM, Room G85
Secrets from the Editorial Board: Tips from 2Ls and 3Ls on How to Balance your First Year
Lunch will be provided at noon, Please RSVP:

5:00 - 5:45 PM, Room 186
Sports and Entertainment Law Society General Body Meeting 

Tuesday, September 17

12:15 - 1:15 PM, Room G90
Briggs Society of International Law - Human Rights and the Death Penalty

4:30 - 6:00 PM, Room G85
IRAP Introductory Meeting 

5:15 - 6:30PM, Room 182
JLSA General Body Meeting 

Wednesday, September 18

8:00 - 10:00, The Commons 
Weekly Perk- Coffee and conversation on Wednesday from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. in The Commons. Stop by for a cup! Breakfast food also provided.

2:30 – 4:30 PM, 126B Hughes Hall
Let's Talk is a program that provides easy access to informal confidential consultations with counselors from Cornell Health Services. Counselors hold walk-in hours at sites around campus.

5:00 - 6:00 PM, Room 182
If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive General Body Meeting

6:00 - 7:00 PM, Room 184
Cornell Law Review General Body Meeting 

Thursday, September 19

3:30 - 4:30 PM, Room G90
The US Constitution and American Exceptionalism, Speaker: 9th Judge Kenneth K. Lee, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

6:30 - 7:30PM, Room 279
Alternative Dispute Resolution Society First Meeting 

Friday, September 20

11:00 -12:15 PM, Room 390
Talk with Professor Rana for Constitution Day 

12:15 - 1:15 PM, Saperston Student Lounge, Room G65
Join Judge Kenneth K. Lee, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, for a candid conversation on his career journey. Lunch provided. 
Please RSVP here ( by, September 13, 2019.

12:20 - 1:20 PM, Room G85
Info Session for Spring Break Trip to Tijuana - Pizza provided! 

Saturday, September 21

9:00 - 12:00 PM, Room 182
NLG Law School Disorientation 

11:00 - 4:00 PM, Room 184
NLG Law School Disorientation 

12:30 - 2:30 PM, Faculty Lounge, Room 221
Disorientation Lunch Event 

Beyond this week

Monday, September 23

1:30 - 2:30 PM, Room G90
Bar Exam Information Session
The Registrar's Office and the Dean of Students will hold a bar exam info session for all students. We will discuss the MPRE (Multi-state Professional Responsibility Exam), NYLC and NYLE (New York Law Course and Exam), and the UBE (Uniform Bar Exam). We will go over character and fitness disclosures, pro bono requirements, and important dates/deadlines. A representative from the NY Bar Examiners will also be on hand for information and questions. 3Ls are highly encouraged to attend!
Please RSVP:

4:30 - 5:30 PM, Room 277
Cuban-American Bar Association General Body Meeting 

Tuesday, September 24

12:15 - 1:15 PM, Room G29
United States Air Force JAG Lunch 

4:30 - 5:00 PM, Room 184
1L Introduction to Career Services - Meeting specifically for 1L's to meet and get acquainted with the Career Services team.

5:45 - 6:4PM, Saperston Student Lounge, Room G65
General Body Meeting: The Federalist Society 

Wednesday, September 25 

12:15 - 1:15 PM, Room 277
Berger International Speaker Series: Professor Benjamin Schonthal will discuss “Pyrrhic Constitutionalism? Buddhism, Secularism and the Limits of Law in Sri Lanka”
Please RSVP:

Friday, September 27

11:30 AM - 2:00 PM, Room 390
Frank Irvine Lecture by John G. Ruggie

1:00 - 5:00 PM, The Commons

Official Announcements

Dean Peñalver’s Office Hours for Students
Dean Peñalver will be holding office hours for students on Monday afternoons, 3:30-4:30 p.m. Students wishing to see the Dean to talk about burritos and sandwiches, legal positivism, or anything else, may sign up in advance with Becca Johnson by e-mail (, in room 263, or by phone (607-255-3527).

Law Library Paging Service: law students can request materials be paged from the stacks to the circulation desk for pick-up.  To request paging services, from the catalog record, click ‘request’ and then choose ‘Law Circulation’ as the pick-up location.

Attendance in Class
ABA standards dictate that a law school shall require regular and punctual class attendance and that students comply with the attendance policy. Per the Cornell Law School Student Handbook: (

• Regular and punctual class attendance, beginning on the first day of the semester, is required of all students.

• Faculty members monitor attendance and may enforce the rule by reporting the student to the Dean of Students for J.D. students or to the Assistant Dean of Graduate Legal Studies for students in our LL.M. and J.S.D. degree programs; by removing a student from the course or excluding a student from an exam (after reasonable written warning); or by another mechanism announced in the course syllabus prior to the end of add/drop. If a student is excluded from an exam, a grade of F is entered, or in the case of a clinical course, the student may receive a lowered grade or a grade of U.

• Students who are ill or have another valid reason for missing class are encouraged to contact the instructor directly and are required to notify the Dean of Students or the Assistant Dean for Graduate Legal Studies, depending on the student's degree program, if more than three days are missed.

Winter Session Add/Drop 
Deadline to drop winter session courses is noon on October 16, 2019. 

S/U Grading Option
Each JD student and LLM students who have elected the JD scale may elect to take up to two upperclass courses at Cornell Law School on an S/U basis. Shortly after the close of Add-Drop students will receive an email when the S/U Grading Option link is available on the Registrar's website. S/U grade elections, if made, shall be irrevocable. Students may not make this election in courses that they use to satisfy the Law School's upperclass writing requirement. In addition, instructors may designate specific courses that they teach as not eligible for the S/U grade election. Check individual course descriptions ( for more information. Students must submit the online form no later than 12 noon on September 19.

Grading Election for LLM Students
LLM candidates are graded on the scale of High Honors (HH), Honors (H), Satisfactory (S), and Unsatisfactory (U), except that an LLM student may, after consultation with the Assistant Dean for Graduate Legal Studies, elect to be graded on the JD scale and curve. This election applies to the entire academic year and must be made by submitting the online form by 12 noon on September 19.

The Assistant Dean for Graduate Legal Studies will counsel LLM students during this initial four-week period on the risks and benefits of opting into the JD grading scale. Election of the JD grading scale cannot be reversed. To elect the JD grading scale, please use the link in the Important Deadlines column on the Registrar's website (

Update Your Preferred Name and Address Info

If you wish to update your preferred name, use the link in the My Information tab ( on the Registrar's website. All students should make sure their address info is up to date as well. To update your address, use the link in the My Information tab ( the Registrar's website.

University Registration
To become a registered student at Cornell University, a person must: settle all financial accounts, including current semester tuition; satisfy New York State and university health requirements; have no holds from their college, Cornell Health, or the Bursar. Students must be registered by September 20 or they risk being withdrawn from the university. Students who become registered for the Fall semester after September 20 will be charged a $350 late fee. Students who fail to become registered will be withdrawn from the University on October 7. See University Registration ( for more information.  Failure to register will impact financial aid, loan deferments, health benefits, and other privileges relying on in-school status. This may also affect the ability to use certain services on campus such as your Cornell Card, Library Services and Cornell Health. Use Student Essentials ( to check your registration status.

Class Recording Request Form

The Law School IT department has created a class recording request form( The form is available on the Registrar's website. You may use the form to request a video recording of a class.  In order view a class recording, a request must be completed and submitted for approval. Approval to view class recordings is at the instructor's discretion, and the decision of the instructor is final. Students who receive a class recording link, do so on the condition they will not share it with anyone else. Please note that recording requests for make-up classes and review sessions have not yet been integrated into the form.  If you have a request for one of these recordings, please email the instructor for permission.  If the instructor grants you permission, forward that email to IT ( and they will send you the recording. Students who have approved accommodations should not use the request form, but should work with the Dean of Students Office instead.

Release of Information

A reminder to all students. Students asking faculty members to write recommendations will need to complete a release form ( with the Law School Registrar's Office if the faculty member wishes to view the student's record.

Fall 2019 Externship Information 
Any student interested in participating in the Externship Program or the Pro Bono Scholars Program must first attend an informational meeting.  Meetings will be held on the following dates and times:

Tuesday, October 8, 6:00 p.m. in Room 277
Wednesday, November 6, 7:00 p.m. in Room 389

Applications for the Pro Bono Scholars Program for Spring 2020 are due in late September.

Applications for externships for Spring 2020 are due at the end of the Fall 2019 semester.

Name Pronunciation
We are pleased to announce a new initiative that we believe all members of our community will find helpful. We want to be respectful by pronouncing your name correctly. Help us do so by recording your full name (preferred first name_surname) on your mobile phone or computer in .mp3 format. For consistency and the ability to match the recording to your record, you must save the file by netID (example: abc123.mp3). Once you have recorded and saved the file, upload it to:

For iPhone users: You can create and share a voice memo using the instructions found here:  This will create an .m4a file that you will need to convert to an .mp3 file.  This can be done using iTunes or a host of free online services such as or

For Android users: There are many free apps for recording voice files available at the Google Play Store.


For General LL.M. students who need assistance with writing skills, you may utilize two campus resources:
The Graduate Writing Service at the Knight Institute
English Language Support Office
Both programs offer one-on-one tutoring for General LL.M. students who feel they need writing assistance.  Please keep in mind Cornell Law School's Code of Academic Integrity has strict guidelines on the submission of student's work.  If you utilize either of the services listed above, it is important to let the tutor know the expectations of our Code prior to beginning your session.

Campus/Community Resources

Let's Talk

Let's Talk is a program that provides easy access to informal confidential consultations with counselors from Cornell Health Services. Counselors hold walk-in hours at sites around campus Monday through Friday. Speaking with a counselor can help provide insight, solutions, and information about other resources.

When: Wednesdays from 2:30-4:30 p.m. 
Where: Hughes Hall, Room 126B
No appointment necessary. Just drop in.

Link for additional hours and locations:

Academic Support

Office Hours the week of September 16 (Room 126F)

Monday: Workshop 12:15—1:15
Tuesday: 11:00—12:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 2:30—3:30 p.m. 
Thursday: 2:30—3:30 p.m.
Friday: 11:00—12:00 p.m. 
Or by appointment:  (607) 255-0146;

APA Office Hours:
Section A:  Natalie Greenfield Tuesday 9:00—10:00 Rm G81
                   Zach Sporn  Wednesday 4:30—5:30 Rm 244
Section B:  Tayler Woelcke  Monday 4:30—5:30  Rm 244
Section C:  Alizah Charaniya  Wednesday 1:30—2:30  Rm. G80
                   Joshua Howard  Friday 10:30—11:30 Rm. 244
Section D:  Julia Hollreiser  Thursday 4:15—5:15  Rm. 244
Section E:   Lily Coad  Thursday 11:10—12:10 Rm. 244
Section F:   Emily Szopinski  Monday 12:15—1:15 Rm. G80 (unless there is a workshop that day)

“My alarm clock didn’t go off this morning.”  Does this sound familiar?  Given that it happens every year around this time, it can’t possibly be a rash of broken alarm clocks. Rather, it’s the time in the semester that your time management is breaking down, and you are pulling very late hours.  You’re working so late, in fact, that your body just shuts down to the point that you sleep right through the alarm clock for an hour.  You shouldn’t be pushing yourself this hard right now. Fall break and outlining season is not very far away.  But there will be even more demands on your time after fall break and an even faster pace after Thanksgiving.  If you find there is not enough time to handle your workload right now, please stop by during office hours to speak with me.  

Health and Community 

Cornell strives to create a caring community supportive of its members' intellectual, physical, emotional and spiritual health. For comprehensive information about the wealth of opportunities and services available to Cornellians, visit the following link:

New mental health services from Cornell Health
Cornell Health has implemented changes to its mental health services to provide increased access to care and flexibility in follow-up options. Students can now access free 25-minute counseling appointments that can often be scheduled as soon as the same day. When needed, 25- or 50-minute follow-up appointments are coordinated with the student’s counselor (50-minute appointments have a $10 copay). Counselors may also recommend group counseling(, skills-based workshops(, or other support services. Additionally, CAPS psychiatrists and primary care medical clinicians can assess a student’s need for medication related to mental health concerns and provide access to prescriptions and medication management as needed. Students can receive these services whether or not they receive CAPS counseling. Learn more at

Start the semester strong
A new school year means a new opportunity to establish healthy habits. Prioritize time management, sleep, and self-care to support your academic success and well-being throughout the year. See more tips for thriving at Cornell(  

Caring Community 

Whatever support you need to pursue a healthy lifestyle, there are variety of resources easily accessible on campus. Living well to learn well is an essential foundation of your active participation in the caring community around you. Visit the website for more resources and to learn about Cornell's Caring Community. 

How to Report Concerning Behavior

Cornell University will not tolerate sexual abuse, rape, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, sexual coercion, or other forms of sexual violence by or against students, staff, faculty, alumni, or visitors. University Policy 6.4 (link to policy here: prohibits all members of the university community from engaging in prohibited discrimination, protected-status harassment, sexual harassment, and sexual assault/violence.

Policy 6.4 provides definitions and explains the procedures employed for investigating and adjudicating allegations of sexual misconduct.

You may use the anonymous online reporting form ( link to reporting form here:  to report any concerning behavior. Even though reporter's name is requested, it is not a required field.

Issues related to the Campus Code of Conduct (link to code here: Alleged violations should be reported to the Judicial Administrator at 255-4680 or email:

RAVE Guardian - From Cornell Police

With safety as a priority, Cornell University is making available a free mobile app for faculty, students and staff on the Ithaca campus. RAVE Guardian ( turns your smartphone into a personal safety device.

By downloading the app on your mobile phone, you can invite friends and family to join your network as your "Guardians." You can then request one or more of your Guardians to virtually walk with you on or off campus. It's like having an emergency blue light system and a trusted friend with you at all times.

The app also has a safety feature that directly connects you to campus police (or 9-1-1 if off-campus) in an emergency situation, as well as the ability to submit an anonymous tip to campus police should you see something suspicious.The Guardian app augments emergency communications and safety. All students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to enhance their personal safety and the safety of their friends by downloading the free app at the Apple App Store or the Android app on Google Play

Office of the University Ombudsman

The Office of the University Ombudsman is a safe place where any member of the Cornell Community can discuss academic or non-academic concerns. The office is confidential and conversations are off-the-record. No issue is considered too small or too large.

To schedule an appointment: Call: 607-255-4321 or Email:

Learn more about the Office of the University Ombudsman. You can visit their website using this link:

Spotlight on Cornell Resources - Student Disability Services

Did you know that support is available for conditions such as hearing, learning, medical conditions, vision, mobility, mental health, ADHD?  Student Disability Services (SDS) is the designated office at Cornell that obtains and files disability-related documents, certifies eligibility for services, determines reasonable accommodations, and develops plans for the provision of accommodations for students. SDS facilitates services and accommodations so that Cornell students with disabilities enjoy the same exceptional opportunities as their peers with the greatest degree of independence possible.

Contact a SDS Counselor to discuss your situation:

Phone: 607-254-4545


Location: Cornell Health, Level 5, 110 Ho Plaza

Office hours are 8:15 - 4:45 pm Monday-Friday

Learn more about Student Disability Services and visit their website:

Take a stand against sexual assault  

Our community stands together against sexual harassment, assault, dating/domestic violence, and other forms of violence. Confidential support is available on campus and in the community. Find resources for care and reporting information at

Legal Careers

1L Students:
Welcome to Cornell Law School. Keep up to date on the programs offered by our office through Scoops, the email listserv and the TV screens around Myron Taylor.

You, Your Career and Cornell Law: Meeting for 1L's to learn about the services offered by the law school’s Public Service, Judicial Clerkship and Career Services Offices

  • Wednesday, September 25th, 4:30pm, Rm 184

Introduction to the 1L Summer Job Search: The Career Services Office and the Office of Public Service will discuss opportunities in the private and public sectors, judges’ chambers, government, academia, and study abroad programs, along with the next steps for beginning your 1L summer job search. Pick up useful resource books.

  • October 29th, 4:30pm, Room 184

Resume-A-Thon Week: Sign-up for a 15-minute appointment with a counselor to have your resume reviewed in preparation for applying to 1L summer positions. No resume?  No problem! Come for a 15-minute strategy session. More instructions to come.

  • November 4th – 8th

2L Students:
Scholarship Opportunity: the Northern District of New York Federal Bar Association is offering the Honorable Frederick J. Scullin, Jr. Scholarship ($2,000) to 2L law students who have expressed an interest in federal practice. Please see Lisa Carberry, Administrative Assistant, in Career Services (Suite 128) for an application. Deadline for submission is September 20th.

If you have an OCI interview in Myron Taylor Hall, these interviews will take place the Career Services Suite (128) in MTH. On the day of the interview, check the Career Services Office door to find your interview room.

2019 Recruiting Dates:- OCI #2: Friday, September 13, Myron Taylor Hall 
-OCI #3: Monday, September 30, Myron Taylor Hall

Positions Available

Cornell Law School’s Women & Justice Collection at the Legal Information Institute is the first vetted and searchable online database of gender justice jurisprudence, legislation, reports, and legal tools. The Collection is seeking two full-time summer 2020 research fellows to add a new dimension to the Collection’s resources by (i) working for a local gender justice organization in South Africa and (ii) interviewing diverse South African women about access to justice issues. With the guidance of the Collection’s Director and the Democratic Governance & Rights Unit at the University of Cape Town, summer fellows will partner with a law student from UCT to conduct the interviews around South Africa. With the Collection’s Director, the students will analyze their findings in a report to be published in the Collection’s database. The fellowships will begin around May 25 and end around August 1, 2020. To inquire further and for details on how toapply, please contact the Collection's Advocacy and Research Director, Jocelyn Hackett (,by October 1, 2019. 1Ls are encouraged to apply.  

Cornell Law School’s Women & Justice Collection at the Legal Information Institute is the first vetted and searchable online database of gender justice jurisprudence, legislation, reports, and legal tools. The Collection is seeking part-time researchers to work on expanding the Collection and its partnership with the African Legal Information Institute at the University of Cape Town by editing caselaw and legislation summaries from all over the world, performing legal research and writing for African judges, and gathering resources related to women’s access to justice in southern Africa. To inquire further and for details on how to apply, please contact the Collection's Advocacy and Research Director, Jocelyn Hackett (  Researchers will begin work on a rolling basis throughout the semester. 

General Announcements

Spring Break Trip to Tijuana, Mexico, March 29 ­– April 4, 2020

From Professor Estelle McKee:  This spring break, I  will lead a group of Cornell Law students on a trip to Tijuana, Mexico, to volunteer with Al Otro Lado’s Border Rights Project.  Participants will help individual asylum-seekers prepare for their credible fear and immigration court hearings, conduct legal orientation and “know-your-rights” sessions, and provide other assistance. (Immigration needs at the border are constantly shifting, so participants must be flexible in the assistance they are willing to provide.  But I will make every effort to ensure that students are able to do legal work.)  A group of medical students from Weill Cornell will also participate in this project by volunteering at a nearby clinic.  Because the clinic’s and Al Otro Lado’s client bases overlap, there will be significant opportunities for law and medical students to collaborate and learn from each other.  Spanish fluency is not required, but it is highly preferred.

Upper-class students must apply for funding through Engaged Cornell (due October 11, 2019).  This is a tight turnaround, but students selected for the trip will receive assistance with the process.  Regardless, all students will receive full funding for this trip. 

I will hold an info session on Friday, Sept. 20, from 12:20 to 1:20 p.m. in Room G85 (pizza will be provided).  To apply, complete the Qualtrics survey at

by the end of the day on September 27, 2019.  Upper-class applicants will be notified of their selection within a few days of the due date.  First-year students will be notified in mid-November after the clinic selection process is complete, since those enrolled in the 1L Immigration & Advocacy Clinic will already be participating in a spring break trip.

Questions?  Email Professor McKee at

Dr. Emanuel Stein and Kenneth D. Stein Memorial Writing Competition

To recognize excellence among law school students writing in the area of labor and employment law; and to cultivate the relationship between the Section and future labor and employment practitioners. Articles must be original from the applicant. Submissions should focus on any timely, compelling aspect of labor and employment law. Only one submission per student. More information on how to enter:
Application Deadline: October 1, 2019

Samuel M. Kaynard Memorial Student Service Award 

The purpose of the awards is to enable New York State Law Schools to recognize excellence among their law students in the area of labor and employment law and to cultivate the relationship between the Labor and Employment Law Section and future labor and employment practitioners. More information can be found on the website:
Nomination Deadline: October 1, 2019

The Honorable Joel K. Asarch Elder Law and Special Needs Section Scholarship

One scholarship is awarded to a second year (2L) or third year (3L) law student who is enrolled in a law school in the State of New York.  The student shall be actively participating in an Elder Law Clinic at the school or perform other substantial efforts which demonstrate interest in the legal rights of the elderly or the practice of elder law.@Application link:
Application Deadline: November 22, 2019

The Local and State Government Law Section Carol Van Scoyoc Scholarship

One scholarship will be awarded to a law student who is enrolled in a law school in the State of New York who best exemplifies the core values important to Carol Van Scoyoc, Esq., former chair of the Section and recipient of the Award for Excellence in Public Service.  The student shall show academic excellence, a demonstrated interest in public service and an interest in local government law.
Application link:
Application Deadline: October 11, 2019

The Real Property Law Section Melvyn Mitzner Scholarship

One scholarship is awarded to a second year (2L) or third year (3L) law student who is enrolled in a law school in the State of New York who demonstrates Melvyn Mitzner’s commitment to professional achievement in the area of real property law including legal writing, lecturing and scholarship; and diversity in the profession. 
Application link:
Application Deadline: November 22, 2019

The Real Property Law Section Lorraine Power Tharp Scholarship

One scholarship is awarded to a second year (2L) or third year (3L) law student who is enrolled in a law school in the State of New York who best exemplifies the core values important to Lorraine Power Tharp; academic excellence, a demonstrated interest in public service, high integrity and an interest in real property law.
Application link:
Application Deadline: November 22, 2019

American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers

The American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers is pleased to announce its 2020 annual writing competition to recognize significant written contributions to the field of U.S. consumer financial services law in the following categories: 
(a) books 
(b) publishable articles, book chapters, or substantial book reviews by a professional in the field 
(c) publishable student case notes, articles, or comments
More information on the College and the writing competition may be found at:
Application Deadline: December 1, 2019

FASPE 2020 Fellowship Programs 

FASPE (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics) is a fully-funded, two-week summer program that uses the conduct of professionals in Nazi Germany as a launching point and backdrop for an intensive study of contemporary professional ethics. Fifteen Business Fellows will be chosen to participate in FASPE 2020 through a competitive application process. Fellowships cover all program costs including round-trip travel to Europe, as well as all European travel, lodging and food.  Business Fellows travel with Law and Journalism Fellows—shared insights are gained through formal and informal cross-discipline discussions. To learn more about the program, please visit their website:
Applications open: August 30, 2019
Application deadline: December 30, 2019

Annual International Refugee Law Student Writing Competition

The American Society of International Law's International Refugee Law Interest Group (IRLIG) announces its sixth annual International Refugee Law Student Writing Competition. Papers may address any topic related to international law and refugees, stateless persons, internally-displaced persons (IDPs), and forced migrants. More information about the competition and how to enter can be found here:
Application Deadline: January 15, 2020

René Cassin Thesis Prize 

The application for the René Cassin Thesis Prize is open to any candidates who defended their doctoral thesis in the course of the year 2019 in one of the following disciplines: 
? International Human Rights Law 
? Regional Human Rights Law 
? Comparative Human Rights Law 
? Legal Theory of Human Rights
Persons wishing to apply should send an electronic copy of their doctoral thesis accompanied by a report certifying their thesis defence or an equivalent document, to the following email address :
Application Deadline: January 31, 2020

2019/20 CIArbNY International Arbitration Student Article Competition

The New York Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators is pleased to announce the CIArb NY Branch International Arbitration Scholarly Article Competition (the “Competition”). The Competition is open only to qualified law students. It will award up to 3 cash honoraria for the best publishable articles in the area of international arbitration.
More information on the competition is available at    
Application Deadline: February 4, 2020

Cornell Law School Invites You

You are cordially invited to attend a Cornell Law School and Cornell Club of Colorado Alumni reception and program on September 17, 2019:
Colorado Business Trends in the Evolving Regional Landscape
This program will feature a panel discussion on the trajectory of regional business trends against the background of an evolving regulatory, environmental, and political terrain.
Please register by calling the Alumni Affairs Office at 607.255.5251 

Dean Eduardo M. Peñalver, AB ’94, Cordially Invites You 

A Cornell Law School Alumni Reception in Philadelphia on September 26, 2019: 
The evening will feature remarks from the dean and an opportunity for you to meet and connect with Cornell Law School alumni in the Greater Philadelphia area.
Please register at or by calling the Alumni Affairs Office at 607.255.5251 by Monday, September 23.

You are Cordially Invited to the Latino Lawyers of Cornell Breakfast 

Breakfast held at the Hispanic National Bar Association Convention on September 27, 2019.
Remarks by:  Irene Oria, JD ’99 Partner, FisherBroyles
Please register at by Thursday, September 19. Should you have any questions, please contact Sasha Belinkie at

Cornell Law School Homecoming Tailgate Bash – October 5, 2019

Sponsored by: Cornell Law School Alumni Association & Dean of Students Office
Date: Saturday, October 5, 2019
Time: 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Location: Cornell Law School Tent in the Crescent Parking Lot by Schoellkopf Stadium 
Cost: Cornell Law Students: $15 Early Bird; $20 after 9/20/2019, Alumni & Non-Student Guests: $25
Come enjoy beer, wine, cider, tailgate snacks, a free gift (to the first 300) and the good company of fellow law school students, faculty and graduates.

Register for the Tailgate ONLINE ( or by calling the Alumni Affairs Office at 607-255-5251
by Friday September 20th for Early Bird Pricing.