- Jessica Rubin
- Assistant Clinical Professor of Law
- Hosmer Hall 182A
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Jessica Rubin, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law. Professor Rubin teaches Lawyering Process courses in Legal Research and Writing and in Interviewing, Counseling and Negotiation. Professor Rubin teaches Animal Law, Contract Drafting and also teaches a course in Legal Analysis, Research and Writing in the U.S. Legal System for international students pursuing their LL.M. degrees. Professor Rubin has designed and taught academic support programs for incoming students and for first year law students. She graduated from Cornell University (B.S., 1990), where she majored in Biology, and from Cornell Law School (J.D., 1993). Prior to joining the faculty, Professor Rubin was a member of Shipman & Goodwin's business law practice. A member of the Connecticut and New York Bars and the Animal Legal Defense Fund, Professor Rubin's main areas of legal interest are practical skills instruction with a focus on business transactional lawyering, writing and research instruction, academic support and animal law.