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  • Gilbert and Sarah Kerlin Lecture on Environmental Law | Pace Law School
    Court He has fought and sued the federal government for failing to follow or enforce environmental laws and energy statutes as well as imposing multimillion dollar unfunded mandates on local taxpayers under the No Child Left Behind Act From 1977 to 1981 Senator Blumenthal served as a U S Attorney for Connecticut prosecuting drug trafficking organized and white collar crime civil rights violations consumer fraud and environmental pollution He served in the Connecticut House of Representatives from 1984 to 1987 and the Connecticut State Senate from 1987 to 1990 As a volunteer attorney for the NAACP Legal Defense Fund Senator Blumenthal saved the life of an innocent wrongly convicted death row inmate who came within hours of execution Prior to his position as U S Attorney Senator Blumenthal also served as Administrative Assistant to U S Senator Abraham A Ribicoff aide to former U S Senator Daniel P Moynihan when Moynihan was Assistant to the President of the United States and law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Harry A Blackmun Senator Blumenthal graduated from Harvard College Phi Beta Kappa Magna Cum Laude and Yale Law School where he was Editor in Chief of the Yale Law Journal From 1970 to 1976 he served in the United States Marine Corps Reserves and was honorably discharged with the rank of Sergeant KERLIN LECTURE HISTORY Pace Law School established the Gilbert and Sarah Kerlin Lecture on Environmental Law to expand the its programs of research education professional and scholarly activity and publications in environmental law a field for which Pace has received national and international recognition The Kerlin endowment funds a named professorship on Environmental Law at Pace Professor Nicholas A Robinson founder of Pace Law School s environmental programs was named the first Gilbert and Sarah Kerlin Distinguished Professor in 1999 and Professor Jason J Czarnezki was designated as the second Kerlin Distinguished Professor in 2014 Mr Kerlin of counsel to Shearman Sterling in New York City was a distinguished lawyer He was a founder and chairman of the Riverdale Community Planning Association an organization that spearheaded the rezoning of the entire West Bronx to preserve the greenbelt area of that section of New York City He was also a leader in protecting the natural environment of the Hudson River and its greenbelt area Mr Kerlin was the founding chairman of Wave Hill the outstanding public garden and cultural institution in Riverdale New York Mrs Kerlin a long time trustee of the Bank Street College of Education was responsible for creating and supporting environmental and educational programs at Wave Hill for teachers and public school students Mr Gilbert Kerlin passed away at the age of 94 in 2004 his wife of 60 years Sarah died in 2001 The Gilbert and Sarah Kerlin Lecture on Environmental Law continues in their honor PAST KERLIN LECTURES October 1 2014 Antonio A Oposa Jr 2014 Distinguished International Environmental Scholar in Residence Pace Law School Shooting Stars and Dancing Fish View lecture video View lecture slides September

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  • James D. Hopkins Professor of Law Memorial Lecture | Pace Law School
    out of touch decisions have crafted a legal framework regulating an arbitration process that largely no longer exists in most commercial arbitration forums today This lecture will explore the dichotomy between the Supreme Court s theoretical understanding of arbitration on which its current FAA jurisprudence is based and the actual twenty first century practice of arbitration which that jurisprudence regulates Professor Gross will demonstrate that the Court s refusal to engage with and recognize the current practice of arbitration has fueled the Court s misinterpretation of the FAA negatively impacted disputants in arbitration and contributed to the widely held perception that arbitration is unfair SPEAKER BIOGRAPHY Professor Jill Gross has been named as the James D Hopkins Professor of Law for the 2013 2015 academic years The Hopkins professorship is an endowed chair established to honor Judge James D Hopkins who served as interim dean of Pace Law School from 1982 83 The Chair is awarded every two years to a faculty member who has made extraordinary contributions to the law school primarily in the areas of scholarship and teaching HOPKINS LECTURE HISTORY Justice James D Hopkins Interim Dean 1982 1983 Pace Law School The James D Hopkins Professor of Law is an endowed chair established with contributions from alumni ae of Pace Law School and members of the legal community to honor Judge James D Hopkins who served as Interim Dean of the Law School in 1982 1983 The title of James D Hopkins Professor of Law is held by a distinguished member of the faculty for a two year term in recognition of outstanding scholarship and teaching The Hopkins Lecture is delivered by the honoree in the fall semester of the first year Judge James D Hopkins service to society and to the legal community was a shining example of the life one should live in the law At the time of his retirement from the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court in December 1981 he had served with distinction at the highest level of all three branches of the Westchester County Government legislative executive and judicial A lifelong resident of Westchester County Judge Hopkins began his legal career as an associate with Strang Taylor and later became partner of Bleakley Platt and Walker now known as Bleakley Platt Schmidt In 1954 he became County Executive of Westchester County following a one year term as majority leader of the Westchester County Board of Supervisors which he also served as Chairman from 1952 1953 Judge Hopkins was Councilman and later Town Supervisor of the Town of North Castle On appointment by Governor Nelson Rockefeller Judge Hopkins served on the New York State Supreme Court 9th Judicial District a post to which he was subsequently elected in 1960 for a 14 year term He joined the Appellate Division Second Department in 1962 Judge Hopkins passed away at the age of 84 in 1996 Pace University School of Law owes a special debt to Judge Hopkins He served as

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  • John Jay Lecture | Pace Law School
    negotiated treaties of commerce with Morocco and Prussia and joined James Madison and Alexander Hamilton in the writing of the Federalist Papers In his extraordinary career of public service Jay served in every branch of government and held more high offices than any other Founding Father The Jay Heritage Center John Jay grew up at a farm in Rye New York and was buried there upon his death in 1829 That farm which stretches form the Boston Post Road to the waters of the Long Island Sound is now the home of the Jay Heritage Center a non profit corporation chartered by the New York State Board of Regents The Center owns the Greek Revival house built at the site of Jay s childhood home by his son Peter Augustus Jay in 1838 It also owns a later Carriage House on the property built in Classical Revival style to complement the Jay mansion The surrounding lands are Westchester County and New York State parkland and the one time farm is the center piece of the Boston Post Road Historic District a National Historic Landmark The Jay Heritage Center is restoring its two significant buildings for public use The buildings will serve the public for visiting and as centers for education in American history architecture and natural history of the historic district and the Long Island Sound area The portrait of Justice Jay which graces the Robert B Fleming Moot Courtroom is a replica of the 1794 original by Gilbert Stuart It was executed in 1938 by Dean Keller and was donated to Pace Law School in 1983 by a John Jay family member with the assistance of the late Lino Lipinsky at that time curator of the John Jay Homestead The Chandler bronze of John Jay a gift to Pace

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  • Lloyd K. Garrison Lecture on Environmental Law | Pace Law School
    preserve Storm King Mountain on the Hudson River This victory for the Scenic Hudson Preservation Conference did more than safeguard an area of unique beauty and major historical importance it inaugurated what today we recognize as the field of environmental law Standing in court to protect nature citizen suit legislation the environmental impact statement process and the balancing of economics with the preservation of scenic beauty and historic resources these are all rooted in Scenic Hudson Preservation Conference v Federal Power Commission 354 F 2d 608 2d Cir 1965 The Lloyd K Garrison Lecture celebrates the vision public spirit and life of this attorney whose legal acumen led citizens in their successful advocacy of environmental quality at Storm King Lloyd K Garrison was a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law His calling to the bar led him immediately into public service helping to start the National Labor Relations Board while serving as Dean of the University of Wisconsin Law School A great grandson of William Lloyd Garrison the abolitionist he was a member of the National Urban League from 1924 on and labored constantly in support of civil rights defending Arthur Miller Langston Hughes and J Robert Oppenheimer during the era of McCarthyism Garrison s service in support of honest and open government marked his role with the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and his participation on numerous federal commissions and agencies from Presidents Herbert Hoover through Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman Lloyd K Garrison passed away in 1991 For all his 93 years Garrison devoted his brilliance and indefatigable energy to building a humane and caring society respectful of the Rule of Law Consistent with this dedication Lloyd K Garrison took up the citizens call to represent the Scenic Hudson Preservation Conference in its struggle to protect the Hudson River Gorge at Storm King Mountain With characteristic enthusiasm he championed public participation rights for the community s environmental interest just as he did for civil rights and liberties The Scenic Hudson victory is a living testament to Garrison s ever hopeful spirit The Lloyd K Garrison Lecture on Environmental Law was established in his memory in 1995 four years after his death and continues in his honor PAST GARRISON LECTURES April 1 2015 Robin Kundis Craig William H Leary Professor of Law University of Utah S J Quinney College of Law Learning to Live with the Trickster Narrating Climate Change and the Value of Resilience Thinking View lecture video View lecture slideshow March 26 2014 J B Ruhl David Daniels Allen Distinguished Chair in Law Vanderbilt Law School In Defense of Ecosystem Services View lecture video March 12 2013 Lisa Heinzerling Professor of Law Georgetown University Law Center Inside EPA View lecture video March 26 2012 Jody Freeman Archibald Cox Professor of Law and Director Environmental Law Program Harvard Law School Climate and Energy Policy in the Obama Administration View lecture video April 6 2011 Daniel A Farber Sho Sato Professor of Law

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  • Philip B. Blank Memorial Lecture on Attorney Ethics | Pace Law School
    Blank Memorial Lecture on Attorney Ethics was established by the family friends and colleagues of the late Philip B Blank Associate Dean for External Affairs and Professor of Law at Pace University School of Law In honor of Dean Blank s commitment to legal ethics the Blank Lecture has presented distinguished members of the legal community recognized for their leadership in the area of attorney ethics and practice Dean Blank was a member of the Law School s faculty from 1979 until his death in 1989 He taught courses in Professional Responsibility Wills Estate Planning and Legal Methods He is remembered as an outstanding teacher of the law and a caring mentor to his students A model citizen of Westchester County Dean Blank served as Chairman of the Zoning Board of Appeals for the Town of Mount Pleasant and held leadership positions in the Westchester County and White Plains Bar Associations PAST BLANK LECTURES March 16 2015 Scott L Cummings Professor UCLA School of Law Lawyers and Social Movements View lecture video December 3 2013 Deborah L Rhode Ernest W McFarland Professor of Law Director of the Center on the Legal Profession Director of the Program in Law and Social Entrepreneurship Crisis in the Profession March 18 2013 Renée Knake Associate Professor Michigan State University College of Law Co director of the Kelley Institute of Ethics and the Legal Profession Democratizing the Delivery of Legal Services View lecture video November 10 2011 Justice Elizabeth Lacy Senior Justice on the Virginia Supreme Court 20 20 Vision for 2020 Ethics View lecture video October 13 2010 Stephen J Friedman seventh president of Pace University served for three years as dean of Pace University School of Law and president of Pace University Board of Trustees The Ethical Imperatives for Lawyers View lecture video View lecture photos November 11 2009 Robert H Mundheim Esq Of Counsel to Shearman Sterling LLP in New York City and former Dean of the University of Pennsylvania Law School Enduring Ethics Changing Ethics Rules Is there a Contradiction January 27 2009 Alvin J Bronstein Esq Pace Law School Practitioner in Residence Ethical Obligations When the Client is a Worthy Cause March 4 2008 Steven C Krane Esq Partner Proskauer Rose LLP Taking the Red Pill A Search for the Intersection Between Ethics and Morality March 5 2007 Jonathan G Blattmachr Partner Milbank Tweed Hadley McCloy LLP Suicide of the Guardians The Executive Branch Tax Regulations and the Attorney Client Relationship February 28 2006 Louis A Craco Chairman New York State Judicial Institute on Professionalism in the Law Carpe Diem An Opportunity to Reclaim Lawyers Independence September 21 2004 Robert J Grey Jr American Bar Association President Legal Ethics in the 21st Century November 12 2003 James B Comey United States Attorney Southern District of New York Fighting Terrorism and Protecting Civil Liberties January 22 2003 Stanley L Cohen 83 Attorney of Law Deconstructing Ethical Considerations 2 26 2 27 2 28 and 2 29 A textual and historical analysis

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  • Colloquia, Symposia, & Special Events | Pace Law School
    Gallery 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 Events Colloquia Symposia Special Events Click on the left hand menu for more information about colloquia symposia special events Click here to view the video archive Apply to Pace Law Alumni

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  • Previous Colloquia, Symposia, & Special Events | Pace Law School
    Children on the Spectrum Overcriminalization The Past Present and Future Expansion of the Criminal Law PACE Pace A Property Assessed Clean Energy P A C E Financing Symposium The Vaccine Injury Compensation Program VICP Commencement Event Planning at Pace Law School Events Calendar Photo Gallery 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

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  • Commencement | Pace Law School
    School Events Calendar Photo Gallery 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 Events Commencement Sunday May 15 2016 The potential power of a law degree is I believe unmatched in American society Commencement speaker U S Attorney Preet Bharara

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