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  • Title: Pace Law School | Turning Passion Into Practice
    Descriptive info: .. Skip to main content.. About Pace Law School.. Message from the Dean.. Neighborhood.. History of Pace Law School.. Mission Statement.. Campus Map.. Virtual Tour.. Board of Visitors.. Environmental Sustainability.. Diversity at Pace Law School.. Directions.. Departmental Directory.. Profiles.. Academics.. Juris Doctor Program.. Course Descriptions.. Environmental Law Certificate.. Environmental Law Program.. International Law Certificate.. How to Apply.. International Law Program.. Joint Degree Programs.. JD\LLM in Environmental Law.. JD\MBA.. JD\MPA.. JD\MA in Women`s History.. JD\Master of Environmental Management.. JD\MS in Environmental Policy.. JD\BA or JD\BS.. Lawyering Skills.. First Year Legal Skills Program.. Summer Skills Program.. Trial Advocacy.. Clinics.. Externships.. Simulations.. Academic Calendar.. Academic Policies.. Graduate Programs.. Dean s Welcome Message.. Environmental Law LLM.. Climate Change Track.. Land Use and Sustainable Development Track.. Comparative Law LLM.. SJD in Environmental Law.. Tuition and Fees.. International Student Applications.. Frequently Asked Questions.. Graduate Program Staff.. Contact the Graduate Program.. Career Services.. LLM Student Profiles.. Registrar.. Admissions.. Degree Requirements.. January Accelerated Program.. Study Abroad Programs.. Online Application.. Application Status Checker.. Quick Facts.. Financial Aid.. Explore Pace Law.. Student Ambassadors.. Athletics and Recreation.. Housing.. Admissions Calendar.. Upcoming Recruitment Events.. Pace Law School Viewbook.. Request Information.. Visit Pace Law.. Social Media.. Admissions Staff.. Career Development.. About the Center (Staff).. Public Interest Law Center.. Information for Students.. Job Search Tools.. Career Fairs.. Fall Semester Recruitment.. Spring Semester Recruitment.. Mentor Program.. Reciprocity Policy.. Judicial Clerkship Information.. Information For Alumni.. Dean s Message to 2012 Graduates and Recent Alumni.. Resources and Career Guides.. Information for Employers.. Student Credentials.. Post a Job.. Employment Data.. Symplicity (Job Postings).. The Briefcase eNewsletter.. Centers Institutes.. Centers.. Center for Continuing Legal Education (CLE).. Center for Environmental Legal Studies.. Criminal Justice Center.. Energy and Climate Center.. Land Use Law Center.. Pace Community Law Practice.. Pace Women s Justice Center.. Theodore W.. Kheel Center on the Resolution of Environmental Interest Disputes.. Clinical Programs.. John Jay Legal Services.. Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic.. Institutes.. Brazil-American Institute for Law and Environment (BAILE).. Institute of International Commercial Law (IICL).. International Judicial Institute for Environmental Adjudication (IJIEA).. New York State Judicial Institute.. Special Programs.. Federal Judicial Extern Honors Program.. New Directions for Attorneys.. Library.. About Us.. Library Hours.. Facilities.. Access Policy.. Bar Access Policy.. Library Staff.. Awards and Achievements.. Collection.. Collection Development Policy.. Environmental Resources.. Publications and Projects.. History of Pace Law Library.. Archives and Special Collections.. Pace Law School Archives.. David Sive Manuscript Collection.. Judge Carey Archive.. Yonkers Archive.. Friends of Pace Law Library.. General Policies.. Nicholas Triffin Environmental Law Research Fund.. Student Services.. Circulation Policies.. Information Technology.. Interlibrary Loan.. Reference Services.. Reserve Collection.. Access to Other Libraries.. Faculty Services.. Adjunct Faculty Services.. Course Reserve.. Exam Collection.. Library Liaisons.. Alumni Services.. Ask Us.. Library Catalog.. Contact Us.. Databases.. Research Guides.. Pace Law Community.. Faculty.. Full-time Faculty.. New Faculty.. Adjunct Faculty.. Visiting Faculty and Fellows.. Faculty Experts.. Scholars in Residence.. Jurist in Residence.. Emeriti Professors.. Faculty Publications.. Barbara C.. Salken Outstanding Professor of the Year Award.. Faculty Portal.. Faculty Portal Login.. Accepted Students.. Electronic Publications Library.. Orientation First-Year Assignments.. Pace Portal.. Shuttle Bus.. Current Students.. Office of the Registrar.. Forms.. MyPace Portal.. Policies and Procedures.. Registration, Course Descriptions, Course and Exam Schedules.. Student Course and Teacher Evaluation Surveys (SCATES).. The West Education Network (TWEN).. Visiting\Non-matriculated Students.. Academic Services.. Academic Advising.. Honor Board.. Academic Success.. Academic Success Staff.. Bar Exam Information.. First-Year Students.. Pointers.. Programs.. Related Links.. Suggested Readings.. Campus Store.. Dining Services.. Events Calendar.. Information Technology Services (Law ITS).. ADAM.. Appropriate Use Policy for Information Technology.. Email Settings.. Law ITS Blog.. Law ITS Staff.. Pace University ITS.. Pace_Secure Wireless Configuration.. Resources.. Student Printing.. Office of Safety and Security.. Office of Student Assistance (OSA).. Bursar services.. Financial Aid Services.. OneCard ID Office/Parking.. Office of Student Services.. A Welcome Letter from the Dean for Students.. Pace Law Student Handbook.. Health Care Services.. Student Organizations.. Commencement.. Office of Housing and Residential Life.. Alumni.. Alumni Benefits and Resources.. Alumni Events.. Leadership Awards Dinner.. Alumni Profiles..  ...   Post asks Prof.. Gershman about reallocating resources after hurricane.. Gershman asks why Lance Armstrong has escaped criminal prosecution.. New York Law Journal publishes article by Prof.. Merril Sobie about NY Family Court.. Christian Science Monitor quotes Prof.. Barbara Atwell on legality of proposed referenda.. Read more on.. Newswire.. November 14.. –.. WCBA Foundation’s Second Annual Benefit honoring Pace Law School Dean.. Emeritus.. Dick Ottinger and Frank Headley, Jr.. , Esq.. , 6 pm – 8 pm, Coveleigh Club, Rye, NY.. Registration form.. December 1-2.. Special Professional Development Event: Bridge the Gap Weekend.. CLE-Register today.. December 4.. A Conversation on the Supreme Court’s Recent Blockbuster Decisions onHealth Care, Immigration and Other Key Cases.. December 8.. Law School Open House hosted by Admissions.. Information.. RSVP.. View Calendar.. In Focus.. The new Pace Community Law Practice will meet a critical need for high-quality but affordable legal services.. Read Story.. Environmental Law.. The Environmental Law Program, consistently ranked among the top three in the country, is the training ground for lawyers who will help solve the world’s dire and complex climate, land use, energy and resource problems.. Read More.. International Law.. Pace Law School is well known for being at the vanguard of International Law, identifying emerging areas, teaching them and then establishing centers and institutes to advance the body of law.. Criminal Justice.. The Pace Criminal Justice Center generates educational opportunities for Pace Law students and promotes interdisciplinary collaboration between scholars, policymakers and practitioners in and outside the Pace community.. Public Interest.. Pace Law School is renowned for the depth and breadth of public interest programs and the support it provides students interested in pursuing this area.. Offering a range of scholarships and fellowships, the Public Interest Law Center also provides career counseling, and helps arrange summer placements and funding.. Clinical Training Skills.. Long stressing the importance of experiencing the law beyond the classroom setting, the Clinical Skills and Training curriculum introduces foundational lawyering skills early in the first year through its.. In the upper level,.. clinics.. ,.. externships.. and.. simulation.. courses are offered in varied practice areas, including environmental litigation, criminal law, immigration justice, investor rights and disability health law.. Intellectual Life.. Professor Garfield Explores how New Media Challenges Old Laws.. Professor Leslie Yalof Garfield was awarded the Goettel Prize for Faculty Scholarship for her paper, “The Death of Slander.. ” Published by the.. Columbia Journal of Law the Arts.. , Prof.. Garfield’s research explores the ways that new media such as Twitter and text messages have altered the way people communicate—and disparage one another.. She argues that laws distinguishing between slander and libel, however, have not kept pace.. “Communication in the Twitter Age has torn asunder the traditional notions of person-to-person communications,” writes Prof.. Garfield.. “Text messaging, tweeting and other new channels of personal exchange have led one of our oldest torts to its historic demise.. ”.. Because tweets and text messages are considered to be written communication, they are held to the same legal standard as reflective speech and could constitute “libel.. ” However, anyone who engages in either knows how off-the-cuff such communications tend to be, says Prof.. Garfield says she chose her topic because it is relevant to the everyday lives of her students.. As a law professor, she is aware that she is helping to prepare attorneys who may go on to represent a client with a case on this very issue.. The Goettel Prize is awarded annually to a Pace Law professor in recognition of outstanding scholarship.. This year’s judges included Dean Joan Howarth of Michigan State College of Law; Professor Deborah Widiss of Indiana University Maurer School of Law, and a former winner of the AALS annual scholarly paper competition; and Nancy Polikoff, of American University, currently visiting at UCLA.. Apply to Pace Law.. Alumni Connections.. Donate to Pace Law.. Directory.. Webmail.. Pace Law School.. 78 North Broadway.. White Plains, New York 10603..

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  • Title: About Pace Law School | Pace Law School
    Descriptive info: You are here.. Home.. Video Tour.. Pace Law School transforms students into effective new lawyers who possess the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to make an immediate and positive impact on their chosen field of law.. Led by Dean Michelle S.. Simon, Pace Law continually seeks ways to better serve its students and society.. Combining rigorous required courses, intense legal exercises, real client and courtroom exposure, and a variety of opportunities to broaden their skills, Pace students graduate with a deep, comprehensive, and integrated understanding of the law and its application.. Innovative programs.. Pace Law School’s curriculum reflects a philosophy that students benefit most from intense exposure to the real-world meaning of the abstract concepts they learn in the classroom.. By providing students with the opportunity for deep exploration of legal processes – from framing arguments to filing lawsuits, as advocates or as litigators – students emerge with a complete understanding of how the law works.. This depth of knowledge is critical for anyone who hopes to succeed as a lawyer in a private firm, corporation, non-profit organization, government agency, or academic setting.. Pace is nationally recognized for excellence in several areas, including the quality and breadth of its clinical, legal writing and research, and environmental law programs.. These and other programs are continually evaluated and reshaped to help ensure that they equip our students with the tools needed to meet the challenges of a dynamic – and increasingly global – legal landscape.. Our students help make important decisions about our curriculum and faculty hiring, and help shape our programs so that they continue to align with the needs and interests of our diverse student body.. At Pace, we strongly believe that the legal  ...   and our programs.. Pace’s accomplished faculty – comprised of dedicated scholars, researchers and practitioners – bring extensive experience and innovative teaching techniques to the classroom, combining stimulating coursework, lively classroom discussion, and practical advice.. They are committed to furthering their own legal scholarship and ensuring that students receive superior preparation to become knowledgeable, confident, successful attorneys.. A low student-to-teacher ratio means students consistently receive the individual attention and support they deserve.. Boundless opportunity.. Unlike many law schools, Pace offers a true campus setting with 12 acres of landscaped grounds in an opportunity-rich, urban environment.. Located in White Plains, New York, students have easy access to both New York City and the beautiful Hudson Valley, and benefit from myriad social, cultural, and professional opportunities.. Beyond our extensive curricular programs, which include rewarding clinical and externship experiences, Pace students have access to a number of extracurricular activities such as student-run organizations and law reviews, several prominent on-campus lecture series, and research in our highly regarded centers.. Each opportunity allows students to expand their knowledge, showcase their abilities, and ultimately make a difference in the lives of others – even before they complete their degrees.. When students graduate, their connection to Pace endures.. New graduates join more than 6,500 Pace Law School alumni in 43 U.. states and overseas, who work in both the public and private sectors as lawyers, prosecutors, counselors, judges, and business leaders.. Our alumni help each other secure prestigious positions in law firms, non-profits and the government, and often act as mentors and counselors.. The Center for Career Development.. , a vital resource for Pace students, continues to assist alumni long after commencement, helping them explore new career options and capitalize on their strengths..

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  • Title: Message from the Dean | Pace Law School
    Descriptive info: /.. Michelle S.. Simon.. Dean and Professor of Law.. BA, State University of New York at Albany.. JD, Syracuse University College of Law.. Contact:.. msimon@law.. pace.. edu.. (914) 422-4354.. Welcome to Pace Law School, a student-centered academic community committed to excellence in legal education.. Pace's intellectually stimulating environment helps students to develop judgment, read and analyze carefully, hone their writing, advocacy and counseling skills, and think broadly and critically about legal problems.. Students leave Pace with a solid foundation that enables them to join the legal profession as effective attorneys.. Our graduates work in large law firms, small law firms, public-interest organizations, local, state and national government, business, the judiciary and educational institutions in over 41 different states and 23 countries.. Pace Law School students enjoy the process of learning and they work hard.. Our core curriculum, clinics, externships, law reviews, moot court programs, simulation courses, and student organizations reflect our passion for developing a well-rounded student.. We are proud of our innovative programs in environmental law, land use and real estate, women's justice, criminal law, intellectual property, international law, and clinical education.. We work continually to keep these programs innovative and exciting.. Pace Law School takes an  ...   the future in several fields.. I have been at Pace Law School for over 20 years.. After clerking for a federal judge and practicing in a New York City law firm, I began teaching at Pace in 1985.. Through the years, I have taught legal writing, local government law, criminal law, conflict of laws, and civil procedure.. I have written many articles, participated on many committees, served as Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, and watched countless students become wise and effective lawyers.. I know from personal experience the satisfaction the faculty derives from watching their colleagues and students achieve in all areas.. As the only law school between New York City and Albany, Pace occupies a unique role in the community.. We are an intellectual center for practicing lawyers, policy-makers, judges, local and state government officials, and community groups.. Our alumni are among our greatest assets; we encourage both former and current students to take advantage of the opportunities at Pace.. The decision to attend law school is life-changing.. The study of law provides insights and opportunities that are unmatched by any other profession.. Please visit us and experience Pace Law School for yourself.. See the 2011 Dean's Report..

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  • Title: Neighborhood | Pace Law School
    Descriptive info: Modern convenience, classic comfort.. Whether living on campus, in New York City, or in surrounding Westchester County, as a Pace Law School student you will enjoy a true campus setting that fosters community, extracurricular activity, and academic collaboration.. Our 12 acres of landscaped grounds combine the beauty of open spaces and classic buildings with the convenience of modern technology and the amenities of a thriving urban community.. Wireless network access, technologically advanced classrooms, modern housing and dining facilities, and a well equipped library help to assure that  ...   of White Plains and county of Westchester offer a wide variety of relevant job and internship opportunities.. You will also find an abundance of shopping venues, excellent restaurants, and cultural activities just a short distance from the school.. By exploring Pace online, you will discover in-depth information about our campus and our community – as well as an opportunity to take a.. virtual tour.. of the law school campus.. You are also encouraged to.. visit us.. – and experience first-hand all that the Law School has to offer..

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  • Title: History of Pace Law School | Pace Law School
    Descriptive info: Early in 1974,.. Edward J.. Mortola.. , the President of Pace University, wrote to Judge Morris E.. Lasker of the United States District Court: “A small, quality law school is being planned…to make unique and significant contributions to the University at large and to the Westchester community.. Its graduates should be welcomed into the profession and into allied fields.. The Pace University School of Law opened its doors on the White Plains campus in September 1976, as the late Dean Robert B.. Fleming, who came to Pace from SUNY-Buffalo Law School, welcomed the freshman class of 250 day and evening students chosen from a pool of 1,400 applicants.. Among the founding members were law professors.. Ralph M.. Stein.. ;.. Josephine Y.. King, PhD.. Bennett L.. Gershman.. John A.. Humbach.. ; James DeMarco; and Hervey Johnson.. Through the generosity of Bessie Gerber Glass and her family, the Joseph and Bessie Gerber Glass Law Center was completed in 1979.. The groundbreaking ceremony in mid-October 1976 brought more than 400 supporters and dignitaries to the White Plains campus, including New York State Governor Hugh Carey and Westchester County Executive Alfred Del Bello.. By 1981, Dean Fleming was able to report to the Trustees that enrollment had risen to a combined total of 749 in the evening and day divisions.. At that time, 45 percent of the student body was female.. An alumni association was established with representatives in thirteen states.. Today, the Law School has an enrollment of 750 students, 60% of whom are women.. Today, Pace law graduates number more than 5,000 and reside in nearly every part of the United States, as well as Canada, Australia, England, France, The Netherlands, Russia, Israel, Spain, Nepal and Argentina.. Early in its history, the Law School pioneered a progressive, innovative health law specialty, under the direction of Professor King, integrating health law with corporation, contract and tort law.. Building on Professor King’s work, the Law School expanded its health law and policy program under the direction of Professor.. Linda Fentiman.. , to meet the changing needs of this fast-growing field.. A Health Law Advisory Board was established to help implement the new program.. Dean Fleming retired in 1982 and was succeeded by an Interim Dean, Justice James D.. Hopkins of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, Appellate Division, and former Westchester County Executive and legislator.. Under Dean Hopkins’ leadership, the Law School continued to build its most important curricular specialty: the environmental law program.. Pace has earned national as well as international recognition for excellence in this field.. The Honorable Janet Johnson, a judge of the Iowa Court of Appeals, was named Dean of the School of Law in 1983.. During Dean Johnson’s six-year tenure, significant curricular innovations were introduced.. These included certificate programs in environmental law, international law, health law and policy; and a semester abroad program in London.. Dean Johnson also established Pace’s first direct client representation legal clinic, John Jay Legal Services, Inc.. Under Dean Johnson, the environmental law program was greatly expanded with the establishment of the.. Environmental Litigation Clinic.. , today co-directed by Professors.. Robert F.. Kennedy Jr.. Karl Coplan.. , and by the introduction of the LL.. M.. program in environmental law.. In 1984, former United States Representative Richard L.. Ottinger joined the environmental law faculty.. He became co-director, with Professor Robinson, of the.. and, in 1987, launched the Pace Energy Project (now known as the.. Pace Energy and Climate Center.. ) for utility law reform.. The Energy and Climate Center, today led by Franz Litz, works in five states, plus Puerto Rico and the Mohawk Nation in upstate New York.. In February 1989, Pace launched the annual, student-run.. National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition.. , the most prestigious environmental moot in the country.. Dean Johnson resigned in 1989 to return to teaching; and.. Steven H.. Goldberg.. , former Associate Dean for academic affairs and externals at the University of Minnesota, succeeded her as dean, serving until 1993.. Under Dean Goldberg, Pace Law School began the computerization of its Law Library and developed a Student Honor Board and an Academic Support Program.. Dean Goldberg implemented one of the few criminal law legal writing programs in the country taught by tenure-track faculty.. In 1989, attorney and educator.. Vanessa Merton.. joined the School of Law as Associate Dean for clinical education, professor of law, and director of.. John Jay Legal Services, Inc.. Dean Merton expanded the clinical program to include the Health Law Clinic, the Appellate Litigation Clinic, the Criminal Defense Clinic, the Wills and Advance Medical Directives Clinic, and the Prosecution of Domestic Violence Clinic.. This expansion was sustained by more than half  ...   growing base of international contacts for Pace, is the acclaimed database on the.. UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG).. created by the staff of the Institute for International Commercial Law under the guidance of former law librarian and professor of law, Nicholas Triffin.. In 1995, Pace became one of only 22 law schools nationwide authorized to confer a research doctorate degree, the Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD) in Environmental Law.. In 1997, Professor Barbara Black created the Securities Arbitration Clinic at the Law School, an innovative clinical program that seeks to meet the need for legal services of small investors with claims against brokers.. Dean Ottinger retired in 1999 at the end of his five-year term and was succeeded by the School’s seventh dean,.. David S.. Cohen.. , who was recruited for the position after an international search.. Dean Cohen came to Pace from Canada after serving for five years as Dean of the University of Victoria Faculty of Law (UVic).. Under his leadership, UVic became one of the top law schools in Canada.. Pace Law School began its third decade and the new millennium with the dedication of a state-of-the-art, 27,000-square-foot classroom building, bringing advanced technology into the school’s classrooms.. Soon afterward, in 2003, the.. opened its 30,000-square-foot facility on the Pace Law School campus.. The Institute sets the standard for judicial excellence across the country, providing resources year-round to help New York judges stay current with legal issues.. Under Dean Cohen’s leadership, Pace Law School experienced a 57% increase in applications, total scholarship aid went up by 96%, LSAT scores and GPAs rose, and admissions became much more selective.. In addition, six outstanding, full-time faculty members were hired and the academic support program was enhanced, resulting in rising bar passage rates.. In 2004, Stephen J.. Friedman succeeded Dean Cohen, who stepped down after completing his five-year term.. Dean Friedman is one of the nation's leading corporate, securities, and mergers and acquisitions lawyers, and an active leader in the nonprofit world.. With Dean Friedman at the helm, Pace Law School continued to build high-quality programs that enrich the student experience and both reflect and influence the legal landscape.. In 2005, Pace Law School was awarded the ABA Award for Distinguished Achievement in Environmental Law and Policy.. The school also initiated the annual.. International Criminal Court (ICC) Moot Competition.. – the first of its kind in the world – which brings together disparate legal traditions in the context of simulated ICC cases.. As part of a broad effort to attract highly qualified students to the Law School, Pace introduced the Learned and Augustus Hand Fellowship Program in 2005.. Named in honor of Billings Learned Hand, one of the most influential judges in American history, the program offers fellowships to a select group of applicants every year.. Due to this and similar programs, Pace has retained the quality of its student body, despite the national downward trend in law school applications.. In addition to enhancing its academic and scholarship programs, Pace Law School continues to shape its dedicated community of scholars.. Several highly regarded and experienced educators joined the Pace faculty in 2005 and 2006.. The school has also recently expanded its Career Development services to include alumni, improving employment opportunities for current students and graduates.. In 2006, over 91% of Pace Law School's recent graduates reported relevant, full-time employment within nine months of graduation.. In June 2007, Pace Law School appointed.. interim dean of the School, succeeding Stephen J.. Friedman who became president of Pace University, and in May 2008 Simon became Dean of the Law School.. Dean Simon has been a member of the Pace Law faculty since 1985.. She is an expert in criminal law, civil procedure, and legal writing, all of which she teaches, and in which she has authored or co-authored 17 articles and book chapters on topics ranging from instructions to juries in criminal cases, guilty-plea negotiations, sex offenses, legal issues in AIDS, search and seizure procedures, and the legal autonomy of cities in urban planning.. Her extensive administrative experience at Pace Law School includes service as associate dean of academic affairs from 2001 to 2006 and work on 16 committees, including one on academic standards and another conducting a self-study, both of which she chaired.. Until her new appointment, she directed the school’s programs in judicial studies and legal writing.. The Law School's growth over the past 30 years represents not merely a change in the number of courses, programs, and faculty members, but also the development of a unique philosophy and an approach to legal education that strikes an important curricular balance between theory and practice..

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  • Title: Mission Statement | Pace Law School
    Descriptive info: Pace Law School, in pursuit of the professional and academic mission of the University as articulated in its Mission Statement, is dedicated to:.. Educating students from diverse backgrounds to be competent ethical lawyers in the diverse callings of the profession, animated by a concern for the communities that they will serve.. Promoting excellence in teaching..  ...   by regional, national, and international audiences for their contribution to the law and legal profession.. Contributing to the achievement of a more just society through professional education, legal scholarship, and service to those in need.. In furtherance of its mission, Pace University School of Law is committed to continued development of innovative programs having national distinction..

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  • Title: Campus Map | Pace Law School
    Descriptive info: Click here to download a PDF.. of the Law School campus map.. A building listing and office directory is listed below.. CAMPUS BUILDINGS.. Joseph and Bessie Gerber Glass Law Center.. Preston Hall.. Dannat Hall.. (Residence Hall).. Dining Hall.. Classroom Building.. NYS Judicial Institute at Pace.. Aloysia Hall.. Student Life Center.. (student annex).. E-House.. Gail's House.. (31 Crane).. Education House.. Parking Garage.. Tennis Court.. OFFICE DIRECTORY.. Robert B.. Fleming Moot Court Room.. Jury Room.. Pace Law Library.. Circulation and reference desk.. Computer lab.. Group study rooms.. Reading room.. Online Learning Center (computer training lab).. back to top.. Tudor Room (reception room).. Office of the Dean.. Office of Admissions.. John Jay Legal Services.. Equal Justice America.. Disability Rights/Health Law Clinic.. Salken Criminal Justice Clinic.. Securities Arbitration Clinic.. Pace Investor Rights Project.. Immigration Justice Clinic.. NYS Empire Justice Center.. (Formerly Hudson Valley Poverty Law Center).. Academic Affairs.. Buildings and Grounds.. Classrooms.. National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition Board.. International Office.. Student Lounge #1.. Administrative offices.. Faculty offices.. Student lockers.. Dannat Hall.. Student residences.. Fitness room.. Recreation room.. Laundry room.. Cafeteria.. Campus Dining Services.. Lecture hall.. Auditorium.. Lecture Hall.. Office of Student Services/Dean  ...   Association (SBA).. Student Lounge #2.. Institute of International Commerical Law.. Willem C.. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot.. Pace CISG Database.. Clive M.. Schmitthoff International Essay Competition.. Pace University Inter-campus bus stop.. Three-in-one outdoor court (tennis, volleyball, and basketball).. Playing field.. Energy and Climate Center (formerly the Energy Project).. Federated Conservationists of Westchester County, Inc.. Hudson River Fisheries Museum.. Women's Justice Center.. Criminal Defense Clinic.. Family Court Legal Program.. Moderate Means Matrimonial Panel.. Elder Abuse Civil Legal Services.. Project D.. E.. T.. R.. /Project A.. I.. /Project "Bridge the Gap".. Sexual Assault Training Program.. Teen Dating Violence Institute.. Land Use Law (31 Crane).. Land Use Law Center.. Kheel Center on the Resolution of Environmental Interest Disputes.. Land Use Leadership Alliance Training Program.. Joint Center for Land Use Studies.. 33 Crane House.. Center for Continuing Legal Education.. Pace University English Language Institute (ELI).. English for Lawyers Program.. Evening ESL Program.. Saturday ESL Program.. TOEFL Preparation Program.. Pace University School of Education Center for Literacy.. Pace University White Plains Child Daycare Association Intergenerational ESL Program.. Off-campus.. Law Reviews (Good Counsel/St.. Joseph's Victorian House).. University Academy for Applied Environmental Studies (Good Counsel Min Building)..

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  • Title: Board of Visitors | Pace Law School
    Descriptive info: CO-CHAIRS.. Kathleen Donelli, Esq.. '85.. Partner, McCarthy Fingar LLP.. Alfred E.. Donnellan, Esq.. '81.. Managing Partner, DelBello Donnellan, Weingarten Wise Wiederkehr, LLP.. MEMBERS.. Peter N.. Bassano, Esq.. '87.. Partner, Bleakley Platt Schmidt LLP.. Patricia T.. Bisesto, Esq.. '92.. Private Practice.. President,.. Joseph P.. Carlucci, Esq.. Partner, Cuddy, Feder, LLP.. V.. Gerard Comizio, Esq.. '80.. Partner, Paul, Hastings, Janofsky Walker LLP.. William D.. Cotter, Esq.. Vice President General Counsel, and Secretary, Vista Capital Corporation.. The Honorable Janet DiFiore.. District Attorney, Westchester County.. John P.. Ekberg III, Esq.. '90.. Partner, Schoonmaker, George Colin PC.. Michael C.. Finnegan, Esq.. Managing Director, J.. P.. Morgan Chase Co.. Charles Goldberger, Esq.. Partner, McCullough, Goldberger Staudt, LLP.. Peter S.. Goodman, Esq.. '86.. Principal, Mcool Smith LLP.. Edward F.. Greene, Esq.. Partner, Cleary Gottlieb Steen Hamilton LLP.. Philip M.. Halpern, Esq.. Managing Partner, Collier, Halpern, Newberg, Nolletti Bock LLP.. Bradford Hildebrandt.. Chairman and Founder, Hildebrandt International.. The Honorable Alexander W.. Hunter, Jr.. Justice, Supreme Court, Bronx County—Civil Branch (New York State 12th Judicial District).. Dennis J.. Kenny, Esq.. Attorney at Law.. Robert G.. Kurzman, Esq.. Founding Partner, Kurzman Eisenberg  ...   of New York, Appellate Division—2nd Judicial Department.. (Retired).. William M.. Mooney III Esq.. Senior Assistant to the County Executive, Westchester County.. Professor Andrew C.. W.. Lund.. Professor, Pace Law School.. The Honorable Francis A.. Nicolai.. Supreme Justice and District Administrative Judge, New York State 9th Judicial District.. Richard O'Rourke, Esq.. Principal Member, Keane Beane, PC.. John J.. Rapisardi, Esq.. '82.. Partner Co-Chair, Cadwalader, Wickersham and Taft LLP.. Donald J.. Rosenberg, Esq.. Executive Vice President, General Counsel, and Corporate Security, Qualcomm Incorporated.. Jerold R.. Ruderman, Esq.. Of Counsel, Wilson, Elser Moskowitz Edelman Dicker LLP.. Peter J.. Sacripanti, Esq.. '84.. Partner, McDermott Will Emery.. Deborah A.. Scalise, Esq.. Partner, Scalise Hamilton LLP.. President, Westchester Women’s Bar Association (WWBA).. The Honorable Anthony A.. Scarpino Jr.. , AJSC.. Justice, Surrogate's Court, New York State 9th Judicial District—Westchester County.. Robert S.. Tucker, Esq.. '96.. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, T M Protection Resources.. The Honorable C.. Scott Vanderhoef '81.. County Executive, Rockland County.. The Honorable Sam D.. Walker.. Thomas H.. Welby, Esq.. Partner, Welby, Brady Greenblatt, LLP.. David E.. Worby, Esq.. Senior Founding Partner, Worby Groner Edelman LLP..

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  • Title: Environmental Sustainability | Pace Law School
    Descriptive info: Pace Law School recognizes the critical importance of environmental sustainability in today’s changing world.. Institutions of higher education can have broad impacts on the world around them.. Pace, its students, faculty and staff, have a community presence and global influence.. As an educational institution, we are in a unique position to be a leader in pursuing environmentally sustainable solutions.. A coordinated and comprehensive sustainability program will further demonstrate our dedication to environmental and humanitarian issues.. The Pace community recognizes the on-going efforts that have been applied thus far toward achieving the goal of campus-wide sustainability.. We will actively pursue a path committed to environmental and social stewardship and sensitivity.. We strive to be a model of ecological and social  ...   purchasing policy that provides structure, guidance and resources for campus-based purchasing in order to maximize the human and environmental benefits of our market presence and to serve as a role model for our community.. Operations.. Pace will ensure that all operational policies address sustainability issues effectively by incorporating necessary changes into our organizational structure.. Pace will set short and long-term goals and establish a Sustainability Task Force to meet our requirements.. Culture.. Pace will foster a culture of sustainability through education and leadership among our students, faculty and staff.. Consumption.. Pace will reduce consumption by pursuing efficiency, frugality and alternative solutions in an environmentally sound, but economically viable manner.. Please read more on sustainability on Pace University's Web site..

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  • Title: Diversity at Pace Law School | Pace Law School
    Descriptive info: Welcome to the diversity section of the Pace Law School Web site.. Pace Law School is fortunate to be part of the New York City metropolitan area, and our objective is to create a student body, faculty, and staff that reflect the wealth of backgrounds represented here.. Therefore we actively seek to create a community that is as diverse as possible in terms of race, ethnicity, religion, and sexual orientation.. We also welcome those who are disabled and others who come from diverse backgrounds.. We know that the entire Law School community benefits from an inclusive environment that encourages open and honest discourse on a broad array of topics.. We embrace diverse opinions both inside the classroom and out, and expect everyone to be treated with dignity and respect for who they are and for their unique  ...   “if we could just recognize ourselves in one another and bring everyone together –.. Latino, Asian, and Native American; black and white, gay and straight, disabled and not – then.. maybe, just maybe, we might perfect our union in the process.. — President-elect Barack Obama in his pre-inaugural.. address at the Lincoln Memorial, January 18, 2009.. Welcome again to Pace Law School, where we celebrate both our differences and our shared goals and ideals.. DIVERSITY STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS.. Asian American Law Students Association (AALSA).. Black Law Students Association (BLSA).. LAMBDA Law Students Organization.. Latin American Law Students Association (LALSA).. Muslim Law Students Association (MLSA).. Women's Association of Law Students (WALS).. For more information, or to find out about community service opportunities, contact Professor Atwell.. Barbara L.. Atwell.. Director of Diversity Initiatives and Professor of Law.. (914) 422-4257.. batwell@law..

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  • Title: Directions | Pace Law School
    Descriptive info: View Larger Map.. PACE SHUTTLE SERVICE.. During the spring and fall semesters, when Pace Law School classes are in session, a shuttle bus runs from the Pace Law School campus to and from the White Plains Metro North Train station, about a three minute ride.. Click Here.. to view the Pace Law School shuttle bus schedule.. In addition to the Pace Law School shuttle bus, the University provides shuttle service from the Pace Law School campus in White Plains to the University campuses in New York City and in Pleasantville-Briarcliff.. For schedule information,.. click here.. to view the Pace University Inter-Campus Bus Schedule.. BY TRAIN.. Take the Harlem Line of the Metro-North Railroad to the White Plains station.. For schedule information, call Metro-North direct at 1-800-METRO-INFO or visit the.. Metro-North Web site.. From the White Plains Metro North Station you can do the following:.. Take a taxi to the School of Law.. Walk across the street to the Transit Center and take a Bee-Line #6 bus to the Law School (see below).. Walk east on Hamilton Ave.. for four blocks, then turn left onto North Broadway;.. and walk north for less than 1/2 a mile to the campus on your right.. Take the.. Pace Shuttle Service.. (see below).. BY BUS.. All major bus carriers and all lines of the Bee-Line Bus System of Westchester County service the Transit Center in White Plains, which is located directly across the street from the White Plains Metro North Train Station.. For schedule information, contact your carrier (Greyhound, etc.. ) or the Bee-Line system at (914) 813-7777 between 7 a.. m.. and 7 p.. weekdays, or visit the.. Bee-Line Bus System.. Web site.. From the Transit Center you can:.. Take a #6 Bee-Line Bus one stop to the corner of Main St.. and North Broadway, then walk north up Broadway for less than 1/2 a mile to the campus on your right.. Take a taxi from the Transit Center or from the White Plains train station (directly across the street) to the Law School.. for four blocks, then turn left onto North Broadway and walk north for less than 1/2 a mile to the campus on your right.. During the spring and fall semesters, when Law classes are in session, the Law School runs a shuttle bus to and from the White Plains Metro-North Train station, a three minute ride..  ...   North Broadway and Park Avenues at the traffic light (look for the pillars with 52-78 Good Counsel Signs).. From the North:.. Take Rt.. 684 south from Brewster/ Rt.. 84, the Merritt Parkway south OR Rt.. 95 south (New England Thruway) to the Cross Westchester Expressway-Rt.. 287 west.. 287 west to exit 6 and at the end of the exit at the traffic light, turn left and climb the hill to the next traffic light.. Turn left onto North Broadway/ Rt.. 22 south.. Proceed south on North Broadway to the sixth traffic light and turn left onto the campus.. Take the Saw Mill Parkway South to Exit 26 towards the Sprain Brook Parkway.. Merge onto the Taconic State Parkway and then onto the Sprain Brook South towards New York City.. Take the New York State Thruway-Route 87 south across the Tappan Zee Bridge.. After paying the toll, proceed south on Rt.. 87 to exit 8, Cross Westchester Expressway-Rt.. 287 east.. 287 east to exit 6 and at the traffic light, turn right onto North Broadway/ Rt.. Proceed south to the fifth traffic light and turn left onto the campus.. From the East:.. 287 west to exit 6.. Follow directions above.. Take the Merritt Parkway south towards New York City until it becomes the Hutchinson River Parkway South.. Take exit 26 off of the Hutchinson Parkway to onto Rt.. 287 west and follow directions above.. Follow any roads to the New England Thruway-Rt.. 95 to exit 21, "Cross Westchester Expressway/Route 287 West/Tappan Zee Bridge.. " Once you have entered the Cross Westchester Expressway West, follow the directions above.. From the West:.. Use all roads to Rt.. 87 (New York State Thruway) south to the Tappan Zee Bridge.. After the toll, proceed south on Rt.. 87 to exit 8 (Cross Westchester Expressway/Route 287 East.. ) Follow the Cross Westchester Expressway-Rt.. 87 east directions above.. Take I-80 east to the I-95 N exit (68B) and merge onto the New Jersey Turnpike until it becomes I-95 north.. Take I-95 north to the Rt.. 87 exit (1C).. Merge onto Rt.. 87 south and follow directions above.. AIRPORT INFORMATION.. John F.. Kennedy International Airport: (718) 244-4444.. Newark Liberty International Airport: (973) 961-6000 or (800) EWR-INFO.. Connecticut Limo: (800) 472-5466 (Airport Shuttle Service).. Westchester County Airport (914) 285-4860 (Five miles from campus; taxis are available).. LaGuardia Airport: (718) 533-3400.. Click here for.. Hotel Accommodations..

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