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  • Climate Briefing with Dr. Michael Oppenheimer | Pace Law School
    Academy for Applied Environmental Studies November 20 2014 5 00 6 00 pm in the Moot Court Room reception to follow View lecture video View lecture slides Dr Michael Oppenheimer Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies 2014 2015 Visiting Fellow is the Albert G Milbank Professor of Geosciences and International Affairs in the Woodrow Wilson School and the Department of Geosciences at Princeton University He is the Director of the

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  • Mentor Program | Pace Law School
    Information for Students Mentor Program The Center for Career and Professional Development sponsors a Mentor Program each year which matches alumni and other practitioners with upper level Pace Law Students Although we try to place all interested students with mentors there is no guarantee that we will be able to match every student with a mentor In order for the relationship to be beneficial to both parties we make every

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  • Academic Credit | Pace Law School
    University Search form Search Pace Moot Court Competitions You are here Home Academics Juris Doctor Program Lawyering Skills Advocacy Programs Moot Court Overview and Requirements Academic Credit Trial Advocacy Course Trial Advocacy Credits Lecture Series Mentoring Program Moot Court Overview and Requirements Academic Credit Application Process Schedule of Events Team Handbook Moot Court Policy Moot Court Board Moot Court Contact Moot Court Competitions Trial Advocacy Competitions Client Counseling Competitions Trial Advocacy Instructors Trial Advocacy Board Moot Court Course Law 872 Students participating and representing Pace Law School in the inter school Moot Court Competitions will be eligible to receive two academic credits Eligible competitions are determined by the Director of the Moot Court Competition Students who have competed in the following competitions have received two academic credits in the past The Animal Advocacy Moot Court Competition The Clive M Schmitthoff International Essay Competition The Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition The International Criminal Moot Court The International Environmental Moot Court Competition The National Black Law Students Association s Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition The National Environmental Moot Court Competition The National Moot Court Competition The Pace Law School Grand Moot Competition The Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition The Willem C Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Advanced Appellate Advocacy Law 849 This course offers advanced training in written and oral advocacy Subjects covered include structuring written and oral arguments understanding a court s scope of review persuasive use of authority drafting a statement of facts persuasive writing style and courtroom skills There are five separate sections Each section addresses a different subject matter and has different scheduling requirements and assignments Each section meets approximately six times during the semester and culminates in an oral argument Enrollment is limited and is only open to second year day students and second

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  • Application Process | Pace Law School
    Mentoring Program Moot Court Overview and Requirements Academic Credit Application Process Schedule of Events Team Handbook Moot Court Policy Moot Court Board Moot Court Contact Moot Court Competitions Trial Advocacy Competitions Client Counseling Competitions Trial Advocacy Instructors Trial Advocacy Board During the first year students will write a brief and compete in a 1L oral argument during the spring semester Those students who advance in this oral argument will be invited to enroll in the Advanced Appellate Advocacy class in the fall of their second year Students who elect to take this class will participate in a Grand Moot Competition The winners of this Grand Moot Competition will become Pace s National Moot Team Selection to an inter school competition on the following teams will be made based on successful completion of the course It will not be necessary for the students to participation in the fall tryouts for these specific competitions National Environmental Competition Dean Jerome Prince Evidence Competition National Moot Court Competition International Environmental Moot Court Competition American Constitutional Society Duberstein Moot Court Competition Bankruptcy Professor Fasulo will assign students to these teams based on the student s own interests and his recommendation Selection for Additional Moot Courts All students are eligible to try out for the following moot courts Students who take or have completed the Advanced Appellate Advocacy class will not be guaranteed a spot in and must try out for the following moot court teams in the fall of their second or third year International Criminal Court Moot Competition Willem C Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition BLSA Fredrick Douglass Moot membership required Thomas Tang Competition American Constitutional Society The Moot Court Board will hold tryouts for these moot court teams in the fall semester but make no

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  • Schedule of Events | Pace Law School
    Handbook Moot Court Policy Moot Court Board Moot Court Contact Moot Court Competitions Trial Advocacy Competitions Client Counseling Competitions Trial Advocacy Instructors Trial Advocacy Board Posters will be placed in the student lounge library and cafeteria along with an email to all students notifying them of the competitions in the Fall semester Fliers announcing the competitions will be distributed during the first week of classes Students will submit completed applications by September 6 of the academic year Students who have moot related questions should feel free to visit the Moot Court Program Director Adjunct Professor Louis Fasulo or contact him via email or telephone Internal oral advocacy tryout for all Moot competitions will be scheduled from September 9 16th of the academic year see program for times Faculty will select students for teams before October 1 of the academic year Notice of Team selection will be posted on or about October 1 of the academic year The Moot Director will arrange meetings with students if necessary to explain selection decision Each Team will meet with their Faculty Advisors in early October A team leader for each Moot team will be selected prior to or at the first meeting If available a folder of information will be given to each team member which gives the moot problem travel waiver signature for compliance of individual Moot Court Competition Rules and General Pace Moot Court Program Policies working during holidays understanding that team members may be asked to leave the team for failure to meet responsibilities up until the last written brief is submitted submitting form asking for 10 20 oral arguments The students will research and submit their briefs Immediately after briefs are submitted the team must submit an oral argument schedule submit travel waivers and begin oral argument practice Oralists for

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  • Team Handbook | Pace Law School
    the students will be reimbursed for the room and all taxes Students are responsible for telephone charges movie rentals and all other miscellaneous expenses Arrange for duplicating of briefs at Document Services in Aloysia Hall one week before they are due Mail briefs to the competition in a timely manner Insure that the competition is videotaped and that the law school receives a copy of the videotape and copies of any photographs Submit meal receipts to the law school for reimbursement if applicable Team Information Sheet The Team Leader Must Return This Form to the Moot Court Director As Soon As Possible Name of Moot Team Members Weekly Team Meeting Time is Scheduled for location will be arranged by Moot Director Team Leader Team Leader Meeting is Scheduled with the Moot Court Director on Team Faculty Advisor First Group Meeting with Faculty Advisor on Brief s are due on Brief s and a copy of brief s on disk will be given to Moot Court Director one week prior to submission deadline to insure that copies are made and that briefs are sent out in a timely manner The Moot Court Director will have the brief s and diskette by the following date The Actual Competition is on the following date at the following location Please check the following box The Pace Moot Court Program Rules were read and will be complied with Internal Team Problems will be addressed with the Faculty Advisor as soon as possible If a member of the Team is not fully participating and is not meeting team requirements the Faculty Advisor will be notified as soon as possible The National Moot Rules were read and will be complied with The Moot Court Problem was received Team Practice Round Summary Sheet Name of Moot Team Members Oral Practice Round One Date Judges Please indicate if any team members did not participate Oral Practice Round Two Date Judges Please indicate if any team members did not participate Oral Practice Round Three Date Judges Please indicate if any team members did not participate Oral Practice Round Four Date Judges Please indicate if any team members did not participate Oral Practice Round Five Date Judges Please indicate if any team members did not participate Oral Practice Round Six Date Judges Please indicate if any team members did not participate Oral Practice Round Seven Date Judges Please indicate if any team members did not participate Oral Practice Round Eight Date Judges Please indicate if any team members did not participate Oral Practice Round Nine Date Judges Please indicate if any team members did not participate Oral Practice Round Ten Date Judges Please indicate if any team members did not participate Formal In house Moot Open to the Public is scheduled for if applicable Actual Competition is in city on the following dates Moot Court and Trial Advocacy Board Responsibilities The Moot Court Board is selected in the Spring by the current Moot Court Board in conjunction with the director Administer

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  • Policy and Procedures for Including a New Moot In the Competitive Moot Court Program | Pace Law School
    Map Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Pace Moot Court Competitions You are here Home Academics Juris Doctor Program Lawyering Skills Advocacy Programs Moot Court Overview and Requirements Policy and Procedures for Including a New Moot In the Competitive Moot Court Program Trial Advocacy Course Trial Advocacy Credits Lecture Series Mentoring Program Moot Court Overview and Requirements Academic Credit Application Process Schedule of Events Team Handbook Moot Court Policy Moot Court Board Moot Court Contact Moot Court Competitions Trial Advocacy Competitions Client Counseling Competitions Trial Advocacy Instructors Trial Advocacy Board Contact Director of Moot Court Programs ext 4404 1 No later than February 28th of the spring semester the Director of the Moot Court Program will accept expressions of interest from faculty and students regarding adding an additional Moot or Moots to the Program 2 The expression of interest should identify the Moot confirm substantial and continuing student interest and in consultation with the Director include a proposed budget for the Moot 3 The Director in consultation with the Academic Dean will determine if the Moot is appropriate to be added to the Moot Court Program in light of the Law School

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  • Moot Court and Trial Advocacy Board Responsibilities | Pace Law School
    Academics Juris Doctor Program Lawyering Skills Advocacy Programs Moot Court Overview and Requirements Moot Court and Trial Advocacy Board Responsibilities Trial Advocacy Course Trial Advocacy Credits Lecture Series Mentoring Program Moot Court Overview and Requirements Academic Credit Application Process Schedule of Events Team Handbook Moot Court Policy Moot Court Board Moot Court Contact Moot Court Competitions Trial Advocacy Competitions Client Counseling Competitions Trial Advocacy Instructors Trial Advocacy Board The Moot Court Board is selected in the Spring by the current Moot Court Board in conjunction with the director Administer and run all aspects of the Louis V Fasulo First Year Moot Court Competition and assist in all aspects of the administration of the Grand Moot Court Assist in internal and external trial competitions Set up all components of the internal tryout Set up all room assignments and other Pace Law School equipment requirements with Special Events Coordinator and attend calendar meetings Oversee that photocopies of briefs are made one week before they are due Oversee that the briefs are sent out in a timely manner Assist team leaders in sending out briefs to Competition headquarters Arrange practice sessions with team leader Assist in setting up final public in house moot

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