Cornell Legal Research Clinic at Rev
September 27 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
On September 27th from 2 – 3pm Cornell Legal Research Clinic will be tabling at Rev!
The Cornell Legal Research Clinic invites legal research requests from local non-profit organizations and entrepreneurs, individuals, and legal service providers based in New York State. Upper-level law students complete the research under the guidance of attorney instructors. Focusing on legal research allows the Clinic to serve clients who do not yet require full legal representation for a case, but nonetheless have a legal question that requires counsel. Clinic services are limited to answering the discrete research question presented and, although they may include a recommended course of action, do not extend to assisting with implementation. Subject matter and depth of problems may vary and problems are selected at the Clinic’s discretion. At Rev, you can submit research questions to us, and, if the Clinic can accept your question, you will meet with the students researching your question and the attorney instructor overseeing the project. All matters are treated as presumptively confidential. For more information about the Legal Research Clinic, please visit https://law.library.cornell.edu/lrc If you cannot make it for the tabling session, you can also submit questions online to the Legal Research Clinic on the website.