Xander Saide - Cornell Law School Student in New York

Xander Saide

Currently studying international law at Cornell Law School in Ithaca, New York, where he is an editor on the Cornell Law Review, Xander Saide also served as a summer associate for Goodwin Procter, LLC, in Washington, DC during the summer of 2017. He analyzed legal issues as well as wrote and researched legal topics. Upon completion of his internship, Xander Saide was offered a permanent position once he graduates from law school.

After graduating magna cum laude with a BA from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, Xander Saide, through his work at Cornell, has been involved with the International Refugee Assistance Program (IRAP), spent time in Amsterdam studying, and worked with low-income LGBT people through the university.

In addition, Xander Saide is a Myron C. Taylor Scholar, which means he has a cumulative GPA that places him in the top 30 percent of his class after finishing his second year of law school. He has also been on the Dean’s List three out of the four semesters and served as Vice President of the Latino American Law Student Association.