Claire M. Germain
Germain, Claire M.; Martin, Peter W.
Interview with Claire Germain who served for 17 years as the Edward D. Cornell Law Librarian. During her tenure, she championed technological and service innovation in the library, and spearheaded the core concept of servicing the faculty and students in their research information needs. Professor Germain also actively advocated for the authentication of digital law and the introduction of a legal research test on the bar exam. Professor Germain is a recipient of the Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur medal, France's highest honor.
Cornell Law School
Cornell Law School; Law professors; Legal Education