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  • 2006 Competition | Pace Law School
    Moot Court Competition Previous Competitions 2006 Competition Sponsors Donor Information Official Rules Problem Fact Sheet Important Dates 2016 Team Briefs Schedule of Events Judging CLE Information Oral Argument Procedures Oral Argument Judging Criteria Judge Evaluation Criteria Team Coach Information Hotel Information Transportation Directions 2015 Competition Previous Competitions 2014 Competition 2013 Competition 2012 Competition 2011 Competition 2010 Competition 2009 Competition 2008 Competition 2007 Competition 2006 Competition 2005 Competition 2004 Competition 2003 Competition 2006 National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition February 23 25 2006 The Eighteenth Annual National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition was held on Thursday February 23 through Saturday February 25 2006 at Pace Law School White Plains N Y Louisiana State University Paul M Hebert Law Center emerged from a field of 69 law schools nationwide to win the Competition Winner Louisiana State University Paul M Hebert Law Center Team 20 Micah A Gautreaux Karen J Blakemore Margaret L Grace From left to right Team members Micah A Gautreaux Karen J Blakemore Margaret L Grace Coach Charles Ellis Final Round Judges The Honorable James B Loken United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit The Honorable Susan Phillips Read State of New York Court of Appeals The Honorable Anna L Wolgast United States Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Appeals Board From left to right Hon Susan Phillips Read Hon James B Loken Hon Anna L Wolgast David Sive Award for Best Brief Overall Appellant Bearclaw River Keeper University of Illinois College of Law Team 14 Patrick Muench Dionne Padilla Matthew McDonald From left to right Patrick Muench Dionne Padilla Matthew McDonald Best Oralist John Zevalking Thomas M Cooley Law School Team 16 Finalists Washington University in St Louis School of Law Team 27 Timothy H Wolf Ryan O Cantrell University of Detroit Mercy School of Law Team 69 Samuel

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  • 2005 Competition | Pace Law School
    Search form Search Environmental Law You are here Home Academics Juris Doctor Program Environmental Law Program National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition Previous Competitions 2005 Competition Sponsors Donor Information Official Rules Problem Fact Sheet Important Dates 2016 Team Briefs Schedule of Events Judging CLE Information Oral Argument Procedures Oral Argument Judging Criteria Judge Evaluation Criteria Team Coach Information Hotel Information Transportation Directions 2015 Competition Previous Competitions 2014 Competition 2013 Competition 2012 Competition 2011 Competition 2010 Competition 2009 Competition 2008 Competition 2007 Competition 2006 Competition 2005 Competition 2004 Competition 2003 Competition February 24 26 2005 The Seventeenth Annual National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition was held on Thursday February 24 through Saturday February 26 2005 at Pace Law School White Plains N Y University of California Hastings College of the Law emerged from a field of 65 law schools nationwide to win the Competition Winner University of California Hastings College of the Law Team 6 Rochelle Ballard Kimberly Culp Ivo Keller From left to right Ivo Keller Kimberly Culp Rochelle Ballard Final Round Judges The Honorable Paul V Niemeyer United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit The Honorable Kathie A Stein Environmental Appeals Board United States Environmental Protection Agency Karl S Coplan Co Director Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic From left to right Karl Coplan Hon Kathie Stein Hon Paul V Niemeyer David Sive Award for Best Brief Overall Appellee Capitol City Georgetown University Law Center Team 63 Johanna Hickman David Suggs From left to right David Suggs Johanna Hickman Stephanie Wilson Coach Best Oralist Maritza M Antu The University of Houston Law Center Team 16 From left to right Maritza Antu Sarah Samp NELMCC Chair Finalists Boston College Law School Team 1 Christopher B Primiano Cesar F Pereira Patrick J Hannon University of Montana School of Law Team 7

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  • 2004 Competition | Pace Law School
    Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Environmental Law You are here Home Academics Juris Doctor Program Environmental Law Program National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition Previous Competitions 2004 Competition Sponsors Donor Information Official Rules Problem Fact Sheet Important Dates 2016 Team Briefs Schedule of Events Judging CLE Information Oral Argument Procedures Oral Argument Judging Criteria Judge Evaluation Criteria Team Coach Information Hotel Information Transportation Directions 2015 Competition Previous Competitions 2014 Competition 2013 Competition 2012 Competition 2011 Competition 2010 Competition 2009 Competition 2008 Competition 2007 Competition 2006 Competition 2005 Competition 2004 Competition 2003 Competition February 19 21 2004 The Sixteenth Annual National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition was held on Thursday February 19 through Saturday February 21 2004 at Pace Law School White Plains N Y Lewis Clark Law School emerged from a field of 72 law schools nationwide to win the Competition Winner Lewis Clark Law School Team 21 Dave Jones Landry Isa Lester Kristin Ruether From left to right Kristin Ruether Prof Craig Johnston Dave Jones Landry and Isa Lester Final Round Judges The Honorable Richard D Cudahy United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit The Honorable Dolores K Sloviter United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit The Honorable Kathie A Stein Environmental Appeals Board United States Environmental Protection Agency From left to right Hon Cudahy Hon Sloviter Hon Stein David Sive Award for Best Brief Overall Appellee NUPEC Temple University James E Beasley School of Law Team 51 Noah AnStraus Louise Melchor Jennifer Sosa Best Oralist Robert Taylor Willamette University College of Law Finalists University of California Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law Team 32 Tony Brown David Ismay Reda Dennis Louisiana State University Paul M Hebert Law Center Team 30 Megan Terrell Mindy Heidel Tori Sherer Best Brief Appellant

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  • 2003 Competition | Pace Law School
    Quick Links A Z Index Apply Now Academic Calendar Academic Calendar January Admits Registrar Bursar Shuttle Bus Schedule Campus Map Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Environmental Law You are here Home Academics Juris Doctor Program Environmental Law Program National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition Previous Competitions 2003 Competition Sponsors Donor Information Official Rules Problem Fact Sheet Important Dates 2016 Team Briefs Schedule of Events Judging CLE Information Oral Argument Procedures Oral Argument Judging Criteria Judge Evaluation Criteria Team Coach Information Hotel Information Transportation Directions 2015 Competition Previous Competitions 2014 Competition 2013 Competition 2012 Competition 2011 Competition 2010 Competition 2009 Competition 2008 Competition 2007 Competition 2006 Competition 2005 Competition 2004 Competition 2003 Competition February 20 22 2003 Winner Willamette University College of Law Team 39 From left to right Karolyn Klohe Shawn Aaron Young Final Round Judges The Honorable John R Gibson United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit The Honorable Morton I Greenberg United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit The Honorable Ronald L McCallum Environmental Appeals Board United States Environmental Protection Agency From left to right Hon Morton I Greenberg Hon John R Gibson Hon Ronald L McCallum David Sive Award for Best Brief Overall United States Appellant University of Hawaii William S Richardson School of Law Team 50 Della Au Belatti Summer Kupau Stanton K Oishi From left to right Prof Denise Antolini Della Au Belatti Stanton Oishi Summer Kupau Best Oralist Chrysi Pejot Stetson University College of Law Best Brief Appellee Goldthumb Mining Co Inc Willamette University College of Law Team 39 Best Brief Intervenor State of New Union University of Minnesota Law School Team 51 Jill Brown Melanie Kleiss David Zoll Finalists Drake University Law School Team 19 Ron Bailey Randy Goodwin Scot

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  • What is Land Use Law | Pace Law School
    information you need whether you re seeking a road map to the American legal system used to control the private use of the land or perhaps wondering how a developer got permission to develop a new condominium in your community or why a neighbor is allowed to add an addition to the house next door The guide is suitable for interested students at any level for foreign guests interested in

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  • Our Programs | Pace Law School
    and technical assistance projects conducted by the Center include Transit Oriented Development Demonstration Project The Center developed best practices in transit area planning and zoning as well as a model citizen planning process for transit station area planning in a community within NY s Hudson Valley region The Center worked with the community to create a demonstration project that is being shared with neighboring communities Creation of Sustainable Neighborhood Technical Guidance Manua l In collaboration with the U S Green Building Council and with funding from the Oram Foundation the Center created a technical guidance manual that directs communities through the process of using the LEED for Neighborhood Development rating system to audit local plans codes and policies to incentivize sustainable growth and eliminate barriers to sustainable development projects The manual includes a model sustainable development floating zone ordinance that localities may adopt Drafting of Local Stormwater Management Law The Center drafted a local stormwater management law which has been adopted by the majority of the 450 communities in New York State that are obligated to comply with the EPA s Phase II stormwater regulations and which is used by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation as the standard for measuring municipal compliance Development of Green Building Programs After studying hundreds of green building programs from across the country the Center developed a hybrid regulatory and incentive based approach to green building regulation for one of the largest cities in New York It has also worked with a major urban center in New Jersey to develop a green guide for sustainable development within the city Creation of a Distressed and Vacant Property Program With funding from the Ford Foundation the Center created an implementation plan for remediating distressed properties in an economically depressed city With the assistance of the Center for Community Progress the Land Use Law Center identified and evaluated existing strategies to remediate distressed properties in the city and prepared recommendations on how to mitigate the adverse effects of troubled properties in the city With the support of the staff and administration and ratification by the City Council the Center initiated implementation of the plan which includes creation of a land bank and redevelopment readiness strategies Local Land Use Response to Sea Level Rise Report The Center created a report for The Nature Conservancy TNC detailing how states and local governments are addressing sea level rise impacts and storm hazards through innovative ordinances and regulations The report was developed in conjunction with TNC s Coastal Resilience interactive web mapping tool which assists decision makers in assessing alternative future scenarios that address sea level rise storm surge and community vulnerability Wind Energy Guidebook In partnership with the Pace Energy and Climate Center the Land Use Law Center created a land use framework for municipalities to plan for and regulate wind energy development The framework contains a policy statement for local adoption approaches to local studies and citizen participation information regarding development moratoria and local planning as well

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  • Directors Welcome | Pace Law School
    You are here Home About Baile Directors Welcome Welcome to the website of the Brazil American Institute for Law and Environment BAILE I invite you to browse the site and discover the many exciting dimensions of Pace Law School s work in Brazil and of FGV Law School s work in the U S As a part of Pace s dynamic Center for Environmental Legal Studies and FGV s Research Center in Environmental Law BAILE is dedicated to exploring and deepening the connections between Brazil and the United States and to aiding both countries efforts to tackle environmental challenges This website will provide you with information on upcoming and past conferences and symposia on a variety of topics graduate and faculty collaborative opportunities here in the United States and Brazil announcements and news items tracking our activities pending and completed publications and our annual summer courses along with the ability to register for these events The goal is to create enduring relationships among Brazilian and American legal professionals relationships focused not just on environmental law but on all areas of law that impact our environment We hope you will find this website useful We welcome your feedback email the Director

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  • Staff | Pace Law School
    focused on consulting with clients with multinational issues and he currently serves on the faculty of FGV Direito Rio law He has earned Bachelors L L B and Masters L L M degrees in Economic and Social Law from the Pontific Catholic University of Parana School of Law Brazil as well as a Masters and Doctoral Degree on Juridical Sciences in Environmental Law S J D from Pace Law School e mail Joseph Edgar Program Director Joseph Edgar is an Associate Energy Consultant at the Pataki Cahill Group in New York and is pursuing a Juris Doctor J D from Pace University School of Law and a Masters of Environmental Management M E M from the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies at Yale University Joseph also serves as a Climate and Energy Fellow at the Yale Climate and Energy Institute where he works on carbon capture policy initiatives post fossil fuel energy research and energy efficiency financing In Brazil he is consulting FGV Direito Rio in developing a GHG assessment program and is working with the Brazilian Biodiversity Fund FUNBIO on the development of financial risk models for ecosystem service projects in the Amazon Previously Joseph served as the Vice President of Operations at Hydraulitcall Inc where he supervised environmental remediation activities commissioned by the Unites States Government He holds a B A in Political Science from Northeastern University in Boston Massachusetts Heron José de Santana Gordilho Regional Coordinator Heron José de Santana Gordilho is a scholar of both animal and environmental law animal law having published a number of books and articles on both subjects He earned an S J D by the Federal University of Pernambuco and a post doc by Pace Law School He is an environmental public prosecutor in Brazil and professor on environmental law

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