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The Master of Science in Legal Studies, a 20-month program offered primarily online, aims to help full-time business professionals navigate the legal regulations and issues impacting their industries.

Cornell and the City College of New York research shows that by creating steep tolls for cars to enter Manhattan, traffic congestion and greenhouse gas emissions could be reduced.

Four members of the Congressional Black Caucus shared reflections on race and justice in America and potential legislative solutions during a virtual discussion June 15 hosted by Cornell's Institute of Politics and Global Affairs.

Cornell Law School’s First Amendment Clinic and co-counsel Greenberg Traurig, LLP scored a victory last Thursday for citizen journalist Jim Meaney and his blog “The Geneva Believer.”

Recent global and national events have deepened what was already a looming crisis for American democracy. A webinar, “The Protests and US Democracy,” will examine the effect.

Research co-authored by Chris Wildeman, professor of policy analysis and management, compared the outcomes of Danish inmates who were or were not placed in disciplinary isolation after committing similar infractions.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has appointed Cornell’s Katherine McComas, Ph.D. ’00, to the New York City Panel on Climate Change on June 11.

Virtual events at Cornell include a Russian conversation series; trainings on racism and allyship; a Congressional Black Caucus panel; a COVID-19 bereavement support group and live Alliance for Science talks.

Research by Steven Alvarado, assistant professor of sociology, finds a more consistent likelihood of incarceration for black Americans regardless of what kind of neighborhood they grew up in.