Cornell Law School Reunion Weekend
June 9-12, 2022!
IT’S A WRAP – Reunion 2022 was a Smashing Success!
If you joined us in Ithaca, you know the weather was perfect and everyone had a great time. If you were not able to join us, you can watch the classroom programming by clicking on the links below. The Class Reunion Portal* is still open, and we invite you to stay connected and contact us should you have any questions: Alumni Affairs Office – 607-255-5251 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
**The portal is password protected – if you have not yet received the password via email or reunion correspondence, please contact us for the password.
View the Reunion 2022 Photo Gallery in Flickr.
Reunion Weekend Recorded Programs
“Legal Information and Disinformation: Untangling the Web” Presented by Kim Nayyer, Edward Cornell Law Librarian, Associate Dean for Library Services, and Professor of the Practice, Cornell Law School
“Financial Regulation in the Time of Crisis: What Have We Learned During COVID and What Can We Expect in the Future?” With Saule Omarova, Beth and Marc Goldberg Professor of Law, Cornell Law School
“How You Can Help Ukrainian, Afghan, and Other Refugees” Presented by Stephen Yale-Loehr, AB ’77, JD ’81, Professor of Immigration Law Practice, Cornell Law School and Amy Godshall, JD Candidate 2023, Cornell Law School
“Campaign Finance Trends and Realities and Their Likely Impact on the 2022 Midterm and 2024 Presidential Election” Presented by Michael Toner, JD ’92, former Chairman of the Federal Election Commission and Partner, Wiley
“State of the Law School” Presented by Jens David Ohlin, Allan R. Tessler Dean and Professor of Law, Cornell Law School
A Pre-recorded Collection from the Cornell Law School Library:
The Scottsboro Trials Collection
The Scottsboro trials led to landmark Supreme Court decisions, as well as one of the more interesting elements of our Law Library’s collection: the model train used as an exhibit. Hear about the Scottsboro Boys, the CLS alumnus who represented them, and this landmark series of cases seeking justice.
Hiding in Plain Sight: The League of Nations Collection
Did you know that the Law Library holds a practically complete set of League of Nations publications? Hear about the history and rediscovery of this historic collection.