Our office is here to counsel students when defining their career path, educate students on diverse legal career options, collaborate with student groups to present relevant programming, provide helpful resources, and connect with legal employers and alumni.
- Akua Akyea, Associate Dean of Career Development
- Brianna Kosowitz, Director of Recruitment Programs & Administration
- Virginia Clarke, Director of Career Services
- Michaela Azemi, Director of Public Interest and Community Engagement
- Carl Rizzi, Director of Judicial Clerkships
- Deirdre Hay, Director of LL.M. and International Career Services
- Lisa Carberry, Administrative Assistant
- Jasmine Harper, Career Services Program Assistant
- Juli Davis, Administrative Assistant
- Kelly McGovern, Public Interest Counselor
Meet with Us:
Temporarily located in The Hub, on the Ground Floor of Myron Taylor Hall Jane Foster Wing | 607-255-5873 | email@example.com
Monday – Thursday 8:00AM – 4:30PM ; Friday 8:00AM – 4:00PM
Available for in-person, phone and Zoom appointments – Director Azemi; Director Kosowitz; Director Clarke; Director Rizzi ; Director Hay (LL.M)
Interview Rooms: Due to the temporary relocation of the Career Development Office, we no longer have interview rooms available. The Law Library has a few rooms that you may reserve for your virtual interviews. They also have two study rooms on the 4th floor which could also be used. To reserve, please go to their booking page: https://spaces.library.cornell.edu/spaces?lid=529. If you have any questions, please directly contact the Law Library Circulations (firstname.lastname@example.org).
You are also able to reserve one of the meeting rooms in the Hub (Ground floor of Myron Taylor Hall – Jane Foster Wing). To check availability and reserve, use the individual display pads outside of each room.
Serves students and alumni interested in careers in the private sector, including law firms and corporations.
Coordinates post-graduate judicial clerkship advising, programming, and resources in conjunction with the Faculty Clerkship Committee.
Advises students and alumni interested in working in the public interest, including government entities, non-profit organizations, public defenders, and prosecutorial offices.
Provides career support to all Graduate Legal Studies students. Coordinates international advising programs and the ISIP career fair for General LL.M students
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Career Program Recordings
1L Cover Letter & Resume Overview (November 2022)
Externship Information Session (November 2022)
Interview & Networking Webinar (November 2021)
Externship Information Session (November 2021)
Introduction to the 1L Summer Job Search (November 2021)
Resume & Cover Letter Webinar (October 2021)
You, Your Career & Cornell Law: Intro to Cornell Law Career Development (Sept 2021)
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