Pre-0L here, still researching law schools, but I think I may have found my #1.
I want to work in airline/transportation labor law. It seems that Cornell is the place for this. Is anyone in here specializing in labor law or participating in the labor law clinic? Also, is anyone doing the JD/Master en Droit program? Do you know anyone that is? As a former French major, that sounds amazing.
If you are in either of these programs, do you like them? How are you planning to use the degrees/specializations?
Cornell offers several courses in labor and employment Law, as well as a clinic that does primarily plaintiff/employee-side work. Depending on the Supreme Court's calendar, there is an opportunity to travel to D.C. to go to a hearing on a labor law case before the court. I am going to try to take labor law this fall then try to get into the clinic in the spring. Here is the link to one of our main professors in the field: http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/faculty/bio.cfm?id=13. Also consider that Cornell is also home to a renowned industrial labor relations program that you could take courses from in addition to your studies in the law school. Hope this helps answer your question!