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  • Conservation Easements & Land Trusts (LAW 797K) | Pace Law School
    Additionally the rights must have a conservation purpose Over the past thirty years conservation easements have emerged as a favored land preserving tool of both public and private entities They now protect over seven million acres of land nationwide and the number of nonprofit organizations using the tool called Land Trusts is burgeoning In this seminar we will examine this popular tool the reasons for its emergence and its use

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  • Conservation Law (LAW 775) | Pace Law School
    parks wilderness areas and wildlife refuges has produced a special body of law throughout the states and the one third of the United States that constitutes public lands Fish and game laws are examined along with newer regulations of private lands to protect ecological systems or rare geological features such as wild and scenic rivers Marine sanctuaries international parks and habitat protection for migratory species are examined The relative rights

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  • Current Challenges in Environmental Law Seminar (LAW 797R) | Pace Law School
    Environmental Law Seminar LAW 797R This seminar will examine selected environmental challenges unresolved or unimplemented mandates or new and cutting edge problems in Federal and State environmental statutory programs Students would examine the selected topics and think about and discuss and then each student will research a separate topic and present a paper with outlines a first draft and the final draft and class participation This course will satisfy the

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  • Environmental & Toxic Torts (LAW 840) | Pace Law School
    actual documents from the cases as well as supplemental substantive materials and other case examples this course will illuminate key phases of the environmental litigation process Investigation pleadings management of complex document discovery the intricacies of e discovery pre trial advocacy and sophisticated application of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure will be a focus of classroom discussion Other topics to be addressed will be the management of scientific and

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  • Environmental Commercial Transactions (LAW 772) | Pace Law School
    Every commercial law practice today requires environmental due diligence This course examines the reporting requirements audits and other disclosures that the attorney must provide for the purchase or sale of real property for mergers and acquisitions for disclosures under the federal securities laws and under environmental permitting for real estate development It also examines warranties covenants and other representations available in structuring transactions to avoid or limit environmental liability The

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  • Environmental Law Compliance & Enforcement (LAW 797H) | Pace Law School
    legislation will not succeed in the absence of well structured compliance and enforcement programs This seminar will explore the full range of compliance and enforcement programs starting with the question of what motivates compliance and then examining the role of compliance assistance civil and criminal enforcement and citizen suits The course will conclude with a review of the economic and ethical forces that motivate compliance with environmental laws The course

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  • Environmental Litigation Clinic (LAW 767A) | Pace Law School
    and land use issues The major client of the Clinic is the Riverkeeper Inc Students also prepare amicus curiae briefs in significant national environmental litigation In addition to the casework two weekly seminars focus on substantive environmental law and on lawyering skills encountered in major civil litigation Skill areas include case planning integration of facts and law client counseling negotiation drafting legal documents and pretrial and trial advocacy The Environmental Litigation Clinic requires a substantial time commitment The minimum time commitment outside of class is 20 hours a week Clinical students must continue client responsibilities throughout exams and holidays when necessary Schedules must be planned to accommodate the demands of the program Permission of the professors based upon application and interview is required Evidence and Environmental Skills are required and Environmental Survey is recommended Prerequisites may be waived by the professors Students must be in good academic standing to be considered for the clinic and maintain that standing if accepted Students must be available for clinic work and classes during the day and must be in their second third or fourth years Though grades are important for selection into the Clinic other factors are 1 balance in the program of

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  • Environmental Litigation Seminar (767B) | Pace Law School
    environmental and land use issues The major client of the Clinic is the Riverkeeper Inc Students also prepare amicus curiae briefs in significant national environmental litigation In addition to the casework two weekly seminars focus on substantive environmental law and on lawyering skills encountered in major civil litigation Skill areas include case planning integration of facts and law client counseling negotiation drafting legal documents and pretrial and trial advocacy The Environmental Litigation Clinic requires a substantial time commitment The minimum time commitment outside of class is 20 hours a week Clinical students must continue client responsibilities throughout exams and holidays when necessary Schedules must be planned to accommodate the demands of the program Permission of the professors based upon application and interview is required Evidence and Environmental Skills are required and Environmental Survey is recommended Prerequisites may be waived by the professors Students must be in good academic standing to be considered for the clinic and maintain that standing if accepted Students must be available for clinic work and classes during the day and must be in their second third or fourth years Though grades are important for selection into the Clinic other factors are 1 balance in the program

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