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Stout   Lynn Stout Speaks at Clinton Global Initiative

Lynn Stout, Distinguished Professor of Corporate and Business Law, participates in CGI panel, Working Capital: Creating Value for Business and Society, among global leaders in politics, academia, diplomacy, economics, and journalism. Read more and watch the panel presentation...

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New Voices in Finance: Conference Encourages Cutting-Edge Scholarship on Market Regulation

"New Voices in Financial Market Regulation" brought together some of the finest junior legal minds in the country to discuss their research with leading scholars in the field from Cornell, Georgetown, Columbia, and Vanderbilt. More...
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Law School Hosts First Annual Empirical Patent Law Conference

Top scholars in patent law, economics, and policy gathered to present working papers on the most current research projects in the field. More...

VIDEO: U.S. Treasury Department’s Robert Dohner Delivers 2012 Clarke Lecture

Robert Dohner, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Asia at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, delivered the tenth Clarke Lecture presented by the Clarke Program in East Asian Law and Culture. More...

Cornell Law Professors Write A Guide to Teaching Lawyering Skills

There are myriad texts available about legal writing. But a quartet of Cornell Law professors in the Lawyering Program noticed that the books were leaving one demographic in the cold—legal writing professors. More...
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Cornell Law School Aids Undocumented Students

Faculty and students assisted undocumented students and workers in their applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. More...

'Early-Bird Special' Indeed!: Why the Tax Anti-Injunction Act Permits the Present Challenges to the Minimum Coverage Provision

Michael C. Dorf (with Neil Siegel), Yale Law Journal Online (Vol. 121, 2012).


Was Ellen Wronged?

Stephen P. Garvey, Journal of Criminal Law & Philosophy (August 2012).


Does Agency Funding Affect Decisionmaking?: An Empirical Assessment of the PTO's Granting Patterns

Michael Frakes (with Melissa F. Wasserman), Vanderbilt Law Review (Vol. 66, 2013).


The Recent Supreme Court Affirmative Action Oral Argument Zeroes in on the Concept of "Critical Mass"

Verdict Justia
Michael Dorf


Throwing Out Insiders Won't Fix Corporate Boards

Harvard Business Review
Lynn Stout

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