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  • Campus Store | Pace Law School
    Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Student Community You are here Home Students Campus Store Located on the first floor of Aloysia Hall the campus bookstore offers all required course books as well as supplies and Pace memorabilia Both new and used books are sold Bookstore has extended hours at the beginning of each semester and summer sessions store hours are updated accordingly For

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  • Shuttle Bus | Pace Law School
    campus Monday through Thursday when classes are in session at the Graduate Center and also from the Law School campus to the University campus in New York City and in Pleasantville Briarcliff Click here to view the University inter campus Bus Schedule LAW SCHOOL METRO NORTH SHUTTLE BUS SCHEDULE 7 35 AM 11 55 AM Monday Friday See note below Shuttle Departs from Pace Law School Campus Shuttle Departs from White Plains RR Station 7 35 AM 7 50 AM 8 05 AM 8 15 AM 8 25 AM 8 35 AM 8 45 AM 8 55 AM 9 05 AM 9 15 AM 9 25 AM 9 35 AM 9 45 AM 9 55 AM 10 05 AM 10 15 AM 10 25 AM 10 35 AM 10 45 AM 10 55 AM 11 05 AM 11 15 AM 11 25 AM 11 35 AM 11 45 AM 11 55 AM 12 50 PM 9 51 PM Monday Friday See note below Shuttle Departs from Pace Law School Campus Shuttle Departs from White Plains RR Station 12 05 PM 12 15 PM 12 25 PM 12 52 PM 1 02 PM 1 12 PM 1 22 PM 1 32 PM 1 42 PM 1 52 PM 2 02 PM 2 12 PM 2 22 PM 2 32 PM 2 42 PM 2 52 PM 3 02 PM 3 12 PM 3 22 PM 3 32 PM 3 42 PM 3 52 PM 4 02 PM 4 12 PM 4 22 PM 4 32 PM 4 42 PM 4 52 PM 5 02 PM 5 12 PM 5 22 PM 5 32 PM 5 42 PM 5 52 PM 6 02 PM 6 12 PM 6 22 PM 6 32 PM 6 42 PM 6 52 PM 7 02 PM

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  • Centers & Institutes | Pace Law School
    explore and influence evolving areas of the law Through our centers institutes and clinics faculty students and professionals join forces to pursue justice for diverse members of our community while our highly regarded continuing legal education programs let practicing attorneys sharpen their skills stay on top of emerging legal trends and learn how to better serve their clients and communities As a relatively young law school Pace directs its innovative spirit into emerging and re emerging realms of the law where it can play a decisive role in shaping policy and structuring practice Our practice of sensing and seizing opportunities for legal study has led us to introduce and develop centers of interest in fields beyond the traditional Juris Doctor These programs offer opportunities for student scholarship and research CENTERS Center for Career and Professional Development Center for Continuing Legal Education CLE Center for Environmental Legal Studies Energy and Climate Center formerly the Energy Project Land Use Law Center Pace Community Law Practice Pace Women s Justice Center Public Interest Law Center Theodore W Kheel Center on the Resolution of Environmental Interest Disputes CLINICS Environmental Litigation Clinic John Jay Legal Services Barbara C Salken Criminal Justice Clinic Equal Justice America

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  • Centers | Pace Law School
    Internet site designed for attorneys research and continuing legal education needs Center for Environmental Legal Studies Under the auspices of the Pace Center for Environmental Legal Studies candidates for the JD LLM and SJD have the opportunity to work directly with Pace Law professors on advanced environmental law research and law reform Since its inception in 1982 the Center has developed programs in energy law and international environmental law among others Energy and Climate Center Founded in 1987 by Dean Emeritus Richard L Ottinger a former member of Congress the Center plays a leading role in a national coalition of environmental and consumer advocates who are working to create win win energy policy solutions for America s economy and environment Land Use Law Center The Land Use Law Center engages law students in understanding and explaining how best to develop and conserve the land The Center draws on its staff of experts and law students to train local officials in New York State to take an enlightened and balanced approach to shaping land use policies and regulations Pace Law students work as full fledged legal associates with responsibility for research projects publications outreach community services project management and technology Pace Community Law Practice PCLP One of the first of its kind in the country the PCLP is a cutting edge post graduate legal residency program that expands the availability of high quality legal services to low and moderate income people and trains the next generation of community based lawyers The PCLP hires recent Pace graduates as Fellows who work under the supervision of experienced attorneys to represent Hudson Valley residents on a sliding scale basis The PCLP also provides its fellows substantive legal training as well as guidance support and ongoing mentorship for opening community based small practices that will

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  • Continuing Legal Education (CLE) | Pace Law School
    School has partnered with the Westchester County Bar Association WCBA for Continuing Legal Education programming Please excuse our delay in making our web library available as we effect this transition WCBA CLEs can be found here http www wcbany org events event list asp To see a listing of upcoming CLE events please see our Alumni e Calendar For more information on upcoming CLEs contact Luis Rivera Pace Law 00

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  • Global Center for Environmental Legal Studies | Pace Law School
    is the international and comparative arm of the Pace Environmental Law Program It anchors innovative and ongoing projects addressing a wide range of global environmental issues Students working with GCELS actively participate in these projects assisting with researching editing and drafting important publications GCELS also works closely with other centers within the Pace Environmental Law Program including the Environmental Litigation Clinic the Energy and Climate Center the Land Use Law Center and the Kheel Center for the Resolution of Environmental Interest Disputes GCELS maintains close relationships with important international environmental organizations giving Pace students unique insights into and experience in a fast developing area of environmental law GCELS is one of only two law school entities that is a voting member of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature IUCN the world s oldest and largest global environmental network Through GCELS partnership with IUCN and others Pace students participate in identifying practical solutions to pressing environmental challenges The UN Environmental Diplomacy Practicum allows students to work with small island nations on pressing environmental matters with diplomats at the United Nations The China Program gives Pace students the opportunity to collaborate with students and scholars at Shanghai Jiao Tong University

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  • Land Use Law Center | Pace Law School
    land use topics and their promise for the future The Conference will bring together national regional and local land use experts to highlight how communities transition toward sustainability disaster recovery and revitalization For additional information visit the Conference Page U S Green Building Council Land Use Law Center Announce Two Resources to Help Local Governments Create Sustainable Neighborhoods The U S Green Building Council USGBC and the Land Use Law Center announce two new free resources the Technical Guidance Manual for Sustainable Neighborhoods and the Neighborhood Development Floating Zone to help local governments leverage the LEED for Neighborhood Development LEED ND rating system as a sustainability tool Read more Promoting the Use of Green Infrastructure On behalf of the City of Newburgh Conservation Advisory Council CAC the Center completed a Green Infrastructure Guide The guide directs CAC decision making recommending the use of natural processes to address stormwater and air quality impacts from development and is available by clicking here Connect with the Land Use Law Center Connect with students alumni LULA graduates and many others on the Land Use Law Center s social media pages See Center updates photos videos event information and more Click the icons below to join our Facebook page follow us on Twitter join us on LinkedIn and subscribe to our YouTube page LULA Community Spotlight Clarkstown s Innovative Comprehensive Plan The Town of Clarkstown in Rockland County New York has taken an innovative approach towards the wholesale revision of its Comprehensive Plan According to Jose Simoes Clarkstown s Town Planner after the 1999 updating of the town s 1966 Comprehensive Plan we realized that it was time to start over and create a Comprehensive Plan that was better equipped to help the community achieve its long term planning needs With the help of the

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  • Pace Community Law Practice | Pace Law School
    high quality legal services and gain the tools to create solo and small practices Expanding Access to Justice The PCLP s mission is to meet the urgent need for quality affordable legal services in Westchester County and throughout the Hudson Valley In our first year the PCLP assisted over 450 people and has been retained by over 175 individuals and families in immigration employment benefits and family law cases The PCLP has also provided extensive community education through events held at Pace and at collaborating community based organizations Our multi year skills based program increases the legal system s capacity to serve the community in the short term through direct representation and in the long term by providing our Fellows with the skills to create their own practices Leading Innovation in Legal Education The PCLP provides a multi year program of legal skills training starting with intensive supervision and evolving into solo and small practice support The PCLP model brings law student interns Fellows and new solo practitioners together in one legal practice Legal Residency PCLP Fellows work under the close supervision of our supervising attorney executive director and mentors PCLP Fellows are responsible for all aspects of our legal practice from providing high quality legal services to our clients to creating and managing case management and business protocols to community outreach and public education to building the professional contacts that they will need in the years ahead All Fellows receive extensive training in a variety of substantive legal areas practice management and legal ethics Solo Practice Incubator Upon completion of the legal residency Fellows who choose to build solo practices receive critical ongoing support from the PCLP Craig Relles a 2012 PCLP Fellow has opened his own practice and is the PCLP s first incubated attorney Fellows turned solo

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