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  • New Directions Application Form | Pace Law School
    telephone number Cell phone number Address City State Select Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Marshall Islands Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Northern Marianas Islands Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Palau Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virgin Islands Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Zip Code II EDUCATION Undergraduate School Degree Major Year of graduation Honors or awards Law School Year of graduation Honors or Awards Graduate School Degree Year of Graduation Honors or Awards III BAR ADMISSIONS Admitted to practice in State of in the year State of in the year State of in the year State of in the year Country of in the year IV EMPLOYMENT HISTORY List employment history in reverse chronological order Employer 1 Employer Name Address Position Held Dates of Employment Description of Responsibilities Employer 2 Employer Name Position Held Address Dates of Employment Description of Responsibilities Employer 3 Employer Name Address Position Held Dates of Employment Description of Responsibilities Employer 4 Employer

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  • Committee Assignment Preferences Form | Pace Law School
    None First choice Preferred Would serve if assigned Please do not place me on this committee Administration and Budget Committee None First choice Preferred Would serve if assigned Please do not place me on this committee Admissions Committee None First choice Preferred Would serve if assigned Please do not place me on this committee Appointments Committee None First choice Preferred Would serve if assigned Please do not place me on

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  • January 2016 Alumni Highlight | Pace Law School
    Con Ed From there he rose up the ranks to an operating supervisor and then an engineer Though law school had always been a possibility in the back of Liam s mind it was while he worked at Con Ed that he began to pursue it seriously He began to seek the best law school both academically geographically and to fit his busy full time working schedule As luck would have it Pace Law School was a perfect match During his time at Pace Law Liam recalls the lifelong friends he made in the program and the respect the professors and the students had for one another His favorite professor was Gayl Westerman She taught international law and was a very dynamic and engaging professor Liam considers his status as a law student instrumental to his career at Con Ed I had a leg up and a different perspective on my position with Con Ed because of what I was learning at Pace in law school After graduating from law school and spending some time in the legal office as an attorney at Con Ed Liam became an associate with the renowned firm Greenberg Traurig LLP After spending a year there Liam went to work with US Power Generating Company where he remains today He is currently the Vice President of the Connecticut based company As Vice President Liam has a myriad of responsibilities For example he is responsible for approximately 2 000 MW generation portfolio optimization and all the strategy and support that goes along with it He leads a team that is responsible for formulating and implementing bidding strategies manages risk and evaluates potential contractual and development opportunities He is also responsible for ensuring all NERC NPCC compliance and leading all FERC interactions in court His legal training

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  • December 2015 Alumni Highlight | Pace Law School
    she ultimately desired to spend her career Nancy moved on from private practice to become the Principal Law Clerk to fellow Pace Law alumna the Honorable Susan Cacace Class of 1989 who remains one of her closest friends to date From there she became the Principal Law Clerk to the then Administrative Judge the Honorable Francis A Nicolai Immediately after that Nancy became a Court Attorney Referee at Westchester Supreme Court under Administrative Judge Alan D Scheinkman In this position she directed the mortgage foreclosure settlement part district wide Recognized for her hard work and can do attitude Nancy ultimately became Chief Clerk of Westchester Supreme and County Courts She is currently the highest ranking non judicial employee in Supreme and County Court Holding this title since September 2010 Nancy is responsible for managing all aspects of court operations She has also led many technologically innovative efforts throughout the courts including implementing the State s pilot program for the electronic filing of matrimonial matters and also directing the implementation of the mandatory electronic filing system for civil cases Nancy enjoys the varied hustle and bustle that her day to day schedule brings from her responsibility to each Judge at the Courts to working with regional court administrators and the Office of Court Administration to hiring interns and clerks Nancy s attributes her career history and her practical and thorough education she received at Pace to her success and also in preparing her to handle the great responsibilities she encounters every day as Chief Clerk Not one to sit still Nancy is also active in the community She is a member of the Ninth Judicial District Pro Bono Local Action Committee a member of the White Plains Bar Association and Columbian Lawyers Association of Westchester Vice Chair of the City of

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  • November 2015 Alumni Highlight | Pace Law School
    to pursue the law It was also Pace s strong reputation and expertise in environmental law that reaffirmed John s choice to attend Pace It was the logical choice for him in terms of reaching his end goal to pursue a legal career with the necessary background to also focus on environmental law As a student John excelled He was consistently on the Dean s List was a member of Pace Law Review received the best oralist best brief and best team awards in the Advanced Moot Court Competition and was a member of the National Moot Court Team He was also one of the founders of the Pace Law Rugby Club During his second year John also served as a Judicial Clerk in the Second Department of the Supreme Court of the New York Appellate Division as part of Pace s clerkship program After his second year at Pace John worked as a summer associate at the well known firm of Kelley Drye Warren which ultimately led to his first post law school position John pursued his environmental interests by partaking in the environmental studies program ultimately earning a certificate in environmental law At the end of his three years at Pace Law John graduated cum laude After John s first legal job with Kelley Drye he moved to Whitman Breed Abbott Morgan in their New York City office where he remained for three years From there he became an associate with Levett Rockwood in Westport Connecticut Ultimately in 2003 he went back to Whitman Breed except this time John was a partner and based in their Greenwich Connecticut office John remains at Whitman Breed today He is admitted to the New York and Connecticut state and federal courts and the United States Supreme Court John s practice focuses

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  • October 2015 Alumni Highlight | Pace Law School
    ultimately chose to apply to and enroll at Pace Law School because of a variety of factors including location Westchester being ideal for her in terms of proximity to her hometown in Connecticut and nearness to courts and New York City Additionally as an Environmental Studies major at UVM Pace was the logical choice for her in terms of pursuing her passion for environmental law Once she started at Pace Jennifer excelled and took advantage of all that Pace had to offer particularly the wide variety of experiential learning opportunities As a student Jennifer participated in the Washington DC Externship program and spent the summer working at the Environmental Protection Agency She recalls this experience as one of the best of her law school career While she enjoyed her time at the EPA she also recognized the value of a well rounded education and wanted to experience other areas of the law As a result Jennifer secured a legal internship with the Westchester County District Attorney s Office and later the Edwin G Michealian Municipal Law Resource Center From there coupled with taking courses with land use guru and Pace Law legend Professor John Nolon Jennifer knew she wanted to pursue a career in land use and municipal law so as to be involved with issues on a local level After graduating from Pace Law in 2006 Jennifer began her career as an attorney at Keane Beane P C in White Plains Her practice is devoted primarily to the areas of planning and zoning municipal and real estate matters as well as litigation arising from each of those areas She also regularly handles complex matters related to compliance with the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act SEQRA In addition to representing private applicants before municipal boards she also serves

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  • September 2015 Alumni Highlight | Pace Law School
    LLP in 1999 Currently David is a partner with the firm s food and food packaging practice group and he has taken his expertise in this field from a domestic to international level by practicing in various foreign jurisdictions In 2006 2007 David was the U S resident partner at his firm s Brussels office Currently and since 2012 David has been the managing partner of Keller and Heckman s Shanghai office In both Brussels and Shanghai and in his home office of Washington D C he counsels clients on global food safety matters David works with foreign and domestic companies to legally market products including food additives food packaging materials cosmetics health foods consumer products and medical devices When products are seized at the port of entry or pulled from the shelf by authorities or subject to consumer complaints David works with companies to find solutions that can range from eliminating or mitigating damages to assisting with product recalls There is no question that practicing law in China has its challenges While there are huge opportunities for foreign companies to market in China unless one has a good handle on the potential business and regulatory pitfalls the monetary upside can be quickly trumped by adverse media that can damage the reputation of a company s name and product brand The authorities are ramping up enforcement in an effort to reduce the number of food scandals that continue to make the headlines on both a domestic and international scale so you cannot afford to get it wrong in China My efforts are focused on helping companies to understand the regulatory landscape in China so they can get it right and have the ability to market products that can be enjoyed by over a billion consumers Despite the distance between White

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  • August 2015 Alumni Highlight | Pace Law School
    set the stage for me to become an attorney Pace Law School provided the foundation for me to become an attorney and to help people who cannot help themselves It is with gratitude and appreciation that I support Pace Law School I cannot stress enough the importance of giving back to the institution that gave so much to me It is why I continue to support my alma mater Pace Law School It is up to us as alumni to continue the culture of giving back allowing current and future students to receive and benefit from the unique education and experience that Pace Law provides After graduating from Pace Steven founded his firm Schwartzapfel Lawyers P C in 1983 Steven built his firm from the ground up and is an ideal example of hard work driving success Schwartzapfel Partners is a prominent plaintiff s personal injury law firm As the founding partner Steven is consistently recognized as the best of the best in his area of practice and as a top New York attorney Notably he has been a New York Times Super Lawyer for 7 consecutive years Not one to stay still Steven has been a member director and officer and Past President elect of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association and currently serves as a Director Emeritus He served as the first President of the Alliance for Consumer Rights and is also a founding member Director and First Vice President Officer of the New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers If that isn t enough he has also served on the Judicial Screening Committees for the Supreme Court Appellate Division and New York Court of Appeals in addition to serving on the Committee on Professional Discipline In the years since graduating Steven s involvement with Pace Law

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