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  • Course Descriptions | Pace Law School
    practitioners law school graduates and exchange students to the concepts and tools used in United States law practice It provides a solid foundation in basic American political and legal systems including the principles of separation of powers and branches individual rights Anglo American common law practice and principles the Constitutional order judicial review judicial precedent and case analysis statutory interpretation and the regulatory state U S Environmental Law This course provides an introduction to the framework of the major federal environmental statutes and how the lawyer encounters them in practice including the National Environmental Policy Act Clean Water Act Clean Air Act and others Throughout the course problems of professional responsibility are integrated into consideration of the substance of each Statute This course lays the foundation for advanced study of environmental subjects and provides the generalist with a solid understanding of the legislative administrative and judicial system of environmental law today Fundamentals of Brazilian Environmental Law This course surveys the major aspects of the Brazilian environmental legal regime It begins by differentiating the notion of collective and diffuse rights embedded in the fundamentals of environmental protection in Brazil and then turns to a general panorama of Brazilian Environmental Law including its sources foundational principles and the complex yet crucial interweaving of federal state and municipal authorities With this background in place the class will examine institutional framework known as the National Environmental System and management tools including the Environmental Impact Assessment and Permitting System Lastly the course looks at the notion of Environmental Damage and its accompanying administrative civil and criminal liabilities International Environmental Law This course examines the historical evolution of international environmental law since the 1972 landmark Stockholm Declaration on the Human Environment It focuses on the issues inherent in regulating the global commons and on the concomitant

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  • Faculty | Pace Law School
    law specializing in international comparative law water law property law and animal law Professor Cassuto has published a number of path breaking works in the field of environmental and cultural studies He speaks frequently on these topics in both North America and South America Professor Romulo S R Sampaio an expert in issues relating to climate change carbon sequestration and biofuels He has also published in both Brazil and the United States on issues of international environmental law Additional Faculty in US Professor Karl Coplan co director of the Environmental Litigation Clinic and an expert in the Clean Water Act Professor Nicholas Robinson a founder and leader in the field of international environmental law Joseph Siegel a senior attorney with the U S Environmental Protection Agency specializing in Clean Air Act litigation Marla Wieder an expert in the regulation of hazardous substances and an Assistant Regional Counsel with the U S Environmental Protection Agency Richard Ottinger Dean Emeritus of the Law School former member of Congress and founder of the Pace Law School Energy Project Professor Ann Powers who has been published widely on water law coastal resources and the law of pollution Professor John Nolon internationally acclaimed scholar and

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  • ODR 2015 | Pace Law School
    LIIC Members of the Institute Summer International Trade Externship The Clive M Schmitthoff Essay Competition 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 You are here Home Alternative Dispute Resolution Programs ODR 2015 If viewing in a tablet or smartphone please view in landscape

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  • ODR PROJECTS | Pace Law School
    LIIC Members of the Institute Summer International Trade Externship The Clive M Schmitthoff Essay Competition 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 You are here Home Alternative Dispute Resolution Programs ODR PROJECTS UPDATES Conference ODR and Consumers 2010 UNCITRAL designates Working Group III to ODR Online resources for ODR Legal Tribune Online in cooperation with Spiegel Online article on ODR and developments at UNCITRAL quoting Vikki Rogers Director of IICL UNCITRAL assigns Working Group to ODR Pace Note to UNCITRAL on ODR ODR Colloquium UNCITRAL the Institute of International Commercial Law of Pace Law School and Penn State Dickinson School of Law present a colloquium on A FRESH LOOK AT ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION ODR AND GLOBAL E COMMERCE TOWARD A PRACTICAL AND FAIR REDRESS SYSTEM FOR THE 21 ST CENTURY TRADER CONSUMER AND MERCHANT March 29 30 2010 United Nations Vienna International Centre Vienna Austria Conference Agenda Speaker Biographies Speaker Presentations For Conference Brochure click here Click here for 29 March AM podcast Click here for 29 March PM podcast Click here for

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  • PACE-IICL VIS Online Pre-Moot | Pace Law School
    otherwise have the money to invest in the relevant books This comment was made right at the same time the world wide web was emerging and Professor Kritzer seized on the new technology to help level the playing field amongst moot competitors via an open access database providing comprehensive reporting on CISG materials What started as a moot initiative has helped shape the world s understanding and application of international sales law Where we are today Fast forward 20 years and the Pace CISG Database is recognized internationally and the Moot attracts nearly 300 teams from over 60 countries One of the most interesting phenomenon of the Moot is the emergence of pre moots to help teams prepare for the oral argument competition phase in Vienna or Hong Kong However these pre moots aren t available to all and once again the playing field in not quite level However as with the case 20 years ago the Institute has seized upon emerging technology to help level the playing field The IICL has organized the online pre moot to provide mooters from every corner of the globe an equal opportunity to obtain the pre moot experience before competing in Vienna or Hong Kong We hope it aids in your preparation and we wish you all the best in your mooting experience INFORMATION FOR PARTICIPANTS Teams registered in the Vienna or Hong Kong Vis competitions may particapte in the online pre moot Teams may register at the Team Registration link above Approximately one week before the pre moot the IICL will send each team an email with the assigned day and time for the team s oral argument practice session s Teams can identify scheduling preferences on the registration form The IICL will endeavor to schedule the requested number of practice rounds

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  • Description of IICL Commercial Law Certificate | Pace Law School
    remedies when disputes arise under a cross border sale The United Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods CISG is the law governing two thirds of the international trade of goods If traders and their lawyers opt out of the CISG it must be for the right reasons and done correctly If the CISG is the applicable law lawyers and traders must understand their rights and obligations created by the law as they navigate their sales contracts from start to finish This program will give commercial lawyers and contracts professionals involved in the cross border sale of goods the information they need to make smart choices in their contract drafting and management and any subsequent disputes The program will also provide valuable insights on the relationship between the applicable sales law and supporting legal guidelines rules and instruments including INCOTERMS and the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts Course Objectives At the end of the eight week program participants can expect to have gained A holistic understanding of the CISG including applicability contract formation rights and obligations remedies and damages Knowledge of best practices to opt in or opt out of the CISG Key differences between the CISG and UCC as well as other key domestic sales laws An understanding of UNCITRAL and UNIDROIT Transport risk and obligations under the CISG including the relationship between the CISG and INCOTERMS Course Delivery The Program is delivered via a combination of live 90 minute online class sessions that can be accessed via computer tablet or smart phone and lectures in the IICL s video lecture library Live class sessions are on an interactive platform providing program participants and expert guest lecturers with an opportunity to consider and discuss materials and hypothetical problems case studies presented during class participants will be

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  • Description of IICL Mediation Advocacy Certificate | Pace Law School
    at 9 30amNY time from January 22 nd March 25 th however if this time poses a conflict participants are able to view recorded materials on their own time Similarly participants schedule simulation exercises to be conducted at a time that best suits their schedule The total time commitment for the Program is approximately 40 hours class time plus independent study and preparation Participants should expect to dedicate 3 4 hours per week in class preparation and participation including live or recorded classes reading and writing assignments video lectures and simulation exercises All reading materials video lectures and simulation exercises will be provided as part of the course materials Each module will include lectures and experiential opportunities to practice the stages of mediation advocacy including when to choose mediation interviewing the client preparing for mediation designing the mediation process selecting the mediator drafting and delivering an engaging and persuasive opening statement negotiating within the mediation facing cross cultural issues and closing the deal The course also includes a discussion of ethical issues and confidentiality from the perspective of the advocate in mediation Unlike other mediation trainings participants experience first hand the impact of cross cultural issues via simulation exercises with colleagues from around the world For a detailed Program outline click here Program Leader Deborah Masucci is currently Chair and Board Member of the International Mediation Institute IMI and was former Chair of the ABA Section for Dispute Resolution She also serves as a full time arbitrator and mediator Deborah was recently head of American International Group Inc s AIG Employment Dispute Resolution Program She was recruited to AIG in 2003 to establish its Office of Dispute Resolution in the Litigation Management Division where she was responsible for the strategic use of alternative dispute resolution ADR and increasing the effective methods of appropriate dispute resolution used within the Claims Organization She is a global expert in alternative dispute resolution and dispute management with over thirty years experience in promoting and effectively use of ADR in many capacities She is a published author on ADR issues and frequently speaks on the topic at legal and bar association meetings Program Delivery The online platform provides flexibility to engage in a way that best suits your learning objectives and time schedule The Program is delivered via a combination of live 90 minute online class sessions that can be accessed via computer tablet or smart phone and lectures in the IICL s video lecture library Live class sessions are on an interactive platform providing program participants and expert guest lecturers with an opportunity to consider and discuss materials and hypothetical problems case studies presented during class participants will be provided with relevant reading materials on a weekly basis For participants that have conflicts during the live sessions recordings are made available for viewing on your schedule Why 10 weeks Classes are intentionally spaced out over the course of 10 weeks to provide participants with enough time to adequately prepare for their exercises on their

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  • Information Request for IICL Certificate Programs | Pace Law School
    To receive further information and an application please provide your name and email address below First name Last name Country E mail Please send me updates and information on all IICL programs and events Yes No Presented by the Institute of International Commercial Law at Pace Law School Supported by For more questions about the Certificate Program contact the Institute of International Commercial Law at 914 422 4002 or at

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