One of the great things about being a graduate of Cornell Law School is the talent, success and diverse experience of our fellow alumni. This resource is available to you through the Alumni Helping Alumni program.
Through the program, experienced alumni will help you explore questions about your career and managing your practice during challenging times. For example:
- Are you questioning whether your current career is as rewarding as it could be or is in line with your true passions?
- Would you like to explore new career options that will leverage your experience and Cornell Law School education?
- How can you expand your business development efforts when networking events and meetings aren’t in person?
- How can you maximize client relationships when face to face contact is over Zoom?
- How do you manage work life balance when you or others are working from home and spouses or kids may be in the background?
Through the Alumni Helping Alumni program, you will have confidential one-on-one discussions with an experienced Cornell Law School alumnus who can help you find new directions and uncover options you may not have considered. It will give you new ideas and perspectives. The program is not for job seekers or those seeking networking leads.
The Alumni Helping Alumni program is a service of the Alumni Association Executive Board. If you think it might be helpful to you or you have questions about it, contact the director Peter Marx, AB ’64, MBA ’68, JD ’68 at firstname.lastname@example.org who will find the best alumnus fit for you.