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  • Institute of International Commercial Law (IICL) | Pace Law School
    at UNCITRAL for the creation of legal instruments to support online dispute resolution systems for cross border e commerce trade CISG Database Setting the Standard Built on the philosophy that universally free access to legal information contributes to peaceful cooperation among trading partners and countries the Pace CISG Database offers the most current and comprehensive collection of information on the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods CISG the law governing commercial transactions among the majority of the world s trading nations Our electronic library includes Identification of States that have adopted the CISG Texts of the CISG in a variety of languages Volumes of material on the CISG s legislative history A bibliography on International Contract Law containing over 10 000 entries Over 1 600 full texts of monographs commentaries and books on International Contract Law Over 3 000 CISG case law presentations including over 1 500 translations Annotated CISG text pages Guides for managers and counsel Links to the Autonomous Network of CISG Databases and Links to related international commercial law sites Vis Moot The World s Meeting Place The Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot named after the Institute s first Director Willem C Vis and intially directed by Eric Bergsten Professor Emeritus at Pace Law School is a staple in the training of law students in international sales law and international commercial arbitration around the world as well as a professional networking event for persons in both fields of law Beyond the Database and Moot Building on these successful programs the Pace Institute of International Commercial Law continues to contribute to the landscape of teaching and scholarship in international commercial law and international commercial arbitration through its sponsorship and initiative in the creation of the following programs Online Certificate Program on International Commercial

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/iicl (2016-02-12)
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  • International Judicial Institute for Environmental Adjudication (IJIEA) | Pace Law School
    State Judicial Institute and Pace Law School published a special issue of the Journal of Court Innovation The publication focuses on the current trends of the role of the judiciary in environmental law and the Rule of Law worldwide In cooperation with the IUCN Commission on Environmental Law an international Steering Committee currently guides IJIEA s programs development and planning The Steering Committee consists of the Honorable Hilario G Davide Jr the Honorable Merideth Wright a judicial scholar in residence at Pace Professor Nicholas A Robinson and Professor Richard Macrory Below please find documents and information regarding the founding and work of IJIEA Summary Report Meeting of U S Based Organizations and Entities Working on Environmental Courts Rule of Law and Access to Justice Briefing Paper Giving Force to Environmental Laws Court Innovations Around the World International Symposium on Environmental Courts Tribunals Held at Pace Law School April 1 2011 Please see the Press Release Welcome and Keynote Justice Antonio Herman Benjamin Video discussion of Pace Commentaries on Primary Source Materials Amy Mehta Judicial Specialization Through Environment Courts Justice Brian J Preston Launching a New Environment Court Challenges and Opportunities Hon Donald Kaniaru The Judiciary the Environment via video from

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  • New York State Judicial Institute | Pace Law School
    ensure that the New York State Judiciary sets the standard for judicial excellence around the country To ensure that the Judiciary remains current on developments in the law as well as other disciplines that influence the law the Institute focuses its programs on emerging trends and cutting edge issues The Institute fosters a think tank atmosphere to help judges fashion solutions to issues facing the justice system The Institute provides

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  • Special Programs | Pace Law School
    and to prepare them to pursue a federal clerkship after law school New Directions for Attorneys This certificate program which will provide eligible participants with 2 years of CLE credits will initially focus on family and matrimonial law and will also provide practical legal research and writing experience that can apply to other practice areas Classes are conducted by distinguished local practitioners with expertise in a variety of issues The second part of the program is an externship with a legal employer that will provide valuable practical experience and mentoring Study Work Abroad Programs Pace Law School s study work abroad programs include the Comparative Environmental Law Brazil Course which gives students hands on experience comparing the environmental regimes of the United States and Brazil where students have the unique combination of classroom and field training in the ecosystems of Brazil the International Summer Internships Abroad Program which provides opportunities for students to work abroad with law firms specializing in international commercial and corporate law and the Human Rights in Action HRIA Program where students work abroad during the summer with war crime tribunals human rights and humanitarian relief organizations and project designed to bring the rule of law to

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  • Federal Judicial Extern Honors Program | Pace Law School
    federal district court case and must write a bench memo and or opinion disposing of the motion The faculty mentor works with the student to provide detailed critiques of each draft memo In the spring semester each student is placed in the chambers of a federal judge for a 12 hour a week externship On campus all students attend a weekly seminar to complement the work that they are performing in chambers Participating Judges Pace Law is grateful to the judges who have recently participated in the Honors Program including United States Circuit Judge now Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor 2d Cir United States District Judge Deborah Batts S D N Y United States District Judge Vincent L Briccetti S D N Y United States District Judge Brian Cogan E D N Y United States District Judge Denise Cote S D N Y United States Chief Magistrate Judge Paul Davidson S D N Y United States District Judge Barbara Jones S D N Y United States District Judge Kenneth M Karas S D N Y United States Bankruptcy Judge Cecelia Morris S D N Y United States District Judge Edgardo Ramos S D N Y United States District Judge Cathy Seibel S D N Y United States Chief Magistrate Judge Patty Shwartz D N J United States District Judge Richard Sullivan S D N Y United States District Judge Laura Taylor Swain S D N Y United States Chief Magistrate Judge Lisa Margaret Smith S D N Y United States Magistrate Judge George Yanthis S D N Y United States Court of International Trade Judge Delissa Ridgway Faculty Involvement The Honors Program is co directed by Professor Emily Waldman and Adjunct Professor Joy Beane of the New York State Judicial Institute The following professors serve as mentors in the program

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  • New Directions for Attorneys | Pace Law School
    Start Your Re entry Path at New Directions Attorneys step aside from the legal profession for a variety of reasons and subsequently many decide to resume the practice of law Some attorneys although licensed choose to pursue careers other than law and or have never practiced Pace School of Law with support and assistance from the Westchester Women s Bar Association has developed a unique and innovative program New Directions for Attorneys designed to provide lawyers re entering the legal marketplace with knowledge of substantive law professional legal skills and practical legal experience that will enhance their chances of success either as practicing attorneys or attorneys pursuing alternative non legal careers This part time five month long program includes numerous components to support you in your re entry efforts To learn more about the specific components of the New Directions program curriculum go to Program Overview Is New Directions Right for You Consider the following as you assess whether you would like to enroll in New Directions Have you taken a leave from law practice or never practiced law Have you been pursuing a second career but would like to return to the legal field Would you like to return

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  • Faculty | Pace Law School
    Pace University Search form Search Faculty You are here Home Faculty Faculty Profiles I m continually impressed with the level of professional and practical knowledge of Pace students Accomplished and Intellectual The more than 100 full time and adjunct professors who comprise the Pace Law School faculty are both scholars and lawyers with outstanding academic credentials and extensive legal experience From prior work as attorneys litigators regulators clerks and counselors in the corporate nonprofit and public sectors the Pace Law School faculty brings diverse and unique perspectives to the theoretical principles of law Staying current with emerging trends our faculty provides relevant legal scholarship to our students surrounding community and the world In addition to teaching Pace Law School professors publish articles papers and books frequently lecture at home and abroad and serve as advisers board members and fellows for a range of prestigious organizations They are also instrumental in attracting other accomplished and influential visiting scholars to the Pace campus Committed and Accessible Above all faculty members at Pace Law School love to teach They are eager to share their broad knowledge and unique methodologies with students both in and out of the classroom and they offer an extensive

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  • Full-Time Faculty | Pace Law School
    members also utilize their career achievements and networks to help students find placements in domestic and international internships and externships judicial clerkships and in associate positions at law firms Members of the media If you wish to get in touch with a faculty member or for other media inquiries please contact Joan Gaylord at 914 422 4389 or jgaylord law pace edu Please see a complete listing of our faculty who are available to provide commentary and analysis You may also access our archive of faculty members being quoted in the media Name Horace E Anderson Jr View Profile Barbara L Atwell View Profile Noa Ben Asher View Profile Jay C Carlisle II View Profile David N Cassuto View Profile S David Cohen View Profile Karl S Coplan View Profile Bridget J Crawford View Profile Jason J Czarnezki View Profile Don L Doernberg View Profile David N Dorfman View Profile Linda C Fentiman View Profile Margaret M Flint View Profile Leslie Yalof Garfield View Profile Bennett L Gershman View Profile Steven H Goldberg View Profile Shelby D Green View Profile Alexander K A Greenawalt View Profile Lissa Griffin View Profile Jill I Gross View Profile John A Humbach View Profile

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