Cornell Law School Convocation set for May 18

The Cornell Law School will confer degrees on 232 students during convocation ceremonies Sunday, May 18, at 2 p.m. in Bailey Hall on the Cornell University campus.

Juris doctorates will be awarded to 191 students; 41 will receive master of law degrees and six will receive both degrees.

Cornell President Hunter Rawlings will offer congratulations on behalf of the university.

The student address will be given by Class of '97 member Daniel T. Kiely of Pearl River, N.Y.

Robert B. Kent, professor of law emeritus, will present the faculty address.

Nan A. Colvin, the law school's registrar, will recognize the graduates, and Russell K. Osgood, the Allan R. Tessler Dean of the Law School, will preside over the ceremony.

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