Cornell Keynotes podcast: Are noncompetes really dead?

Cornell Law School professor Stewart J. Schwab explores the Federal Trade Commission's noncompete ruling on the Cornell Keynotes podcast.

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Through research and education, Bowers CIS is shaping fairer, ethical AI

In its world-class research and teaching, Cornell Bowers CIS is uniquely positioned to guide tomorrow’s innovators as they dive into issues of ethics, fairness and privacy, while weighing the policy implications of technological advances.

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Committee to recommend final expressive activity policy

The committee of faculty members, students and staff has begun a review of the university’s interim expressive activity policy and will recommend a final policy early in the fall semester.

Einaudi seed grants grow international collaborations

A new round of Einaudi Center seed grants will help faculty from across Cornell tackle issues ranging from drone-assisted healthcare delivery for migrants to sustainable infrastructure design for Ukraine.

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Cornell Law School Breaks Through Barriers to Public Service Law Careers

Beginning in June 2024, Cornell Law will increase the salary cap eligible for full reimbursement for federal loans from $80,000 to $120,000 for graduates in public service jobs. Further, Cornell Law will also offer partial reimbursements for those with salaries between $120,000 and $150,000.

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Groundbreaking Path2Papers Initiative Receives $1.5 Million Grant

New grant awarded to Cornell Law School helps DACA recipients in the San Francisco Bay Area pursue work visas and other pathways to legal permanent residency.

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Faculty awarded for creative, innovative community engagement

Thirteen Cornell faculty members have received Community-Engaged Practice and Innovation Awards from the Einhorn Center for Community Engagement. The awards recognize faculty who have recently developed community-engaged learning, leadership or research activities that create opportunities for students.

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Faust Rossi, beloved legal educator and scholar, dies at 91

Faust F. Rossi, J.D. ’60, the Samuel S. Leibowitz Professor of Trial Techniques Emeritus and a revered educator, mentor and legal scholar, died March 6 in Bethesda, Maryland. He was 91.

Cornell launches new general counsel executive education program

Cornell Law School and Cornell Tech will host the General Counsel Summit, an executive education program for senior in-house attorneys and corporate leaders, on June 20 and 21, 2024, at Cornell Tech.

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