A Message from the Dean
by Eduardo M. Peñalver
Learning how to respond when you perceive wrongdoing is an important part of being a lawyer. Preparing our students for these challenging situations is a vital aspect of our mission as a law school. And the collegial and inclusive atmosphere we have created at Cornell Law School is the ideal place to make that happen.
The Fraud Fighters
by Linda Brandt Myers
From whistleblowing to
qui tam antifraud law practices, graduates are making a difference across the spectrum.
A Century of "Intelligent Discussion and Investigation": The Cornell Law Review at 100
by Ian McGullam
Why do we need another law periodical?
Celebrating a Decade of the Exemplary Public Service Award
by Kenneth Berkowitz
In the eleven years since Karen Comstock was named assistant dean for public service, and in the six years since she was joined by Elizabeth Peck, director of public service, the program has grown exponentially.