LIFE AFTER MOCK TRIAL

Our graduates go into a variety of fields after graduation. About half of Cornell Mock Trial Alumni go to law school. A substantial portion go into business, and many go into non-profit groups.

Law School 

Cornell Mock Trial is an excellent place to start your future career as a lawyer. CUMTA helps to build a very close network with our alumni to help members through the law school application process. From LSAT help, to essay advice, to law school selection, CUMTA provides an incredible community for those considering law school.

Law School Placement

Cornell Mock Trial is an excellent addition to any resume. We currently have students in nearly all of the Top 20 law schools. Below is a list of recent alumni placement at law schools: 

Harvard 

Laura Bach

Heylee Bernstein

Michael Glanzel

Emily Miller

Aaron Zimmerman

 

Columbia

Benjamin Chasan

Angie Garcia

Cornell

Casey Ashford

James Pinchak

 

Boston College

Brian Mahoney

Boston University 

Muhammad Mustafa 

University of Chicago

John McAdams

 

Duke

Cáit O'Neill

Northwestern

Samantha Fidler

 

University of Pennsylvania 

Jon Kaplan

University of Virginia 

Andrew Kagan

Yale

Samir Doshi

Options Outside of Law School

Half of our alumni choose not to attend law school. Instead, many decide to go into business, non-profit work, or pursue other grad school opportunities. Below is a list of different paths taken by our alumni. 

Business

Deliotte

Goldman Sachs

JP Morgan Chase

Restaurant Brands International 

Ernst and Young

Oracle

Oliver Wyman 

Wayfair
Avero

Draft Kings

Government

U.S. House of Representatives 

U.S. Senate

Lobbying groups 

Department of Justice 

Department of Education

Non-profit

Peace Corps (Uganda and Kosovo)

Teach for America 

Fulbright Scholars

Grad School

Cornell Tech MBA

Cornell Engineering Masters

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