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  • Gayl S. Westerman | Pace Law School
    The London Law Program and the international summer internships abroad provide ways for our students to leave Planet U S and learn about law from another perspective Students are now coming to Pace with a deep interest in and concern for the protection of human rights around the world The Pace HUMAN RIGHTS IN ACTION program provides broad academic expertise but additionally many opportunities to act on their desire to make a difference including Summer Internships Abroad at WAR CRIMES TRIBUNALS HUMANITARIAN AID AGENCIES other specialized human rights venues around the world Professor Gayl Westerman taught courses in International Law Contracts Commercial Law and the Prosecution of War Crimes and was the director of International Programs Professor Westerman served as the Charles A Frueauff Research Professor of Law during the 1993 1994 and 1999 2000 academic years Her legal scholarship focused primarily on the law of the sea Professor Westerman s books include The Juridical Bay 1987 Oxford University Press Straight Baselines in International Maritime Boundary Delimitation with W M Reisman 1992 St Martin s Press and International Law In Contemporary Perspective with Reisman Arsanjani and Wiessner 2004 Foundation Press Professor Westerman was a Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School in 1988 when she taught Maritime Boundary Delimitation and in 1991 when she taught Commercial Law In 1991 Professor Westerman served as a pro bono consultant on school desegregation to the Connecticut Civil Liberties Union At that time she began a major research study of successfully desegregated school districts in the South In 1996 her lead article on school desegregation was published by the Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly Professor Westerman retired from the full time faculty in 2011 Publications Books International Law in Contemporary Perspective with W Michael Reisman Mahnoush H Arsanjani and Siegfried Wiessner Foundation Press 2004 The

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  • S. David Cohen | Pace Law School
    safety regulation dispute resolution and environmental policy and regulation In Canada he was active in a range of public interest activities including work with the Public Interest Advocacy Centre and the Legal Services Society of British Columbia He was president of the Consumers Association of Canada and a member of the federal Environmental Choice Advisory Board He was a member of the Environmental Standards Committee of the Canadian Standards Association and a member of the Board of the West Coast Environmental Law Association Courses Advanced Contracts Seminar Contractual and Market Analysis of the Credit Crisis Commercial Law Creditors Rights and Bankruptcy Secured Transactions Publications Book Managing Natural Resources in British Columbia Markets Regulations and Sustainable Development With A Scott and J Robinson British Columbia Canada UBC Press 1995 Chapters Tort Law and the Crown Administrative Compensation and the Modern State in Tort Theory edited by Ken Cooper Stephenson and Elaine Gibson Ontario Canada Captus University Publications 1993 The Intersection of Consumer Protection Law and International Trade Implications for Canadian Regulators in 1 Essays in International Economics 239 Montreal Canada Institute on Research on Public Policy 1985 Articles The Relationship of Contractual Remedies to Political and Social Status A Preliminary Inquiry 32 University of Toronto Law Journal 31 1982 Comment on the Plain Language Movement 6 Canadian Business Law Journal 421 1982 Public and Private Law Dimensions of the UFFI Problem Part I 8 Canadian Business Law Journal 309 1983 Public and Private Law Dimensions of the UFFI Problem Part II 8 Canadian Business Law Journal 410 1984 Bleeding Hearts and Peeling Floors Recovery of Economic Loss at the House of Lords 18 University of British Columbia Law Review 289 1984 Entitlement and the Body Politic Rethinking Negligence in Public Law with J C Smith 64 Canadian Bar Review 1 1986 Thinking about the State Law Reform and the Crown in Canada 24 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 379 1986 Western Ideology Japanese Product Safety Regulation and International Trade with K Martin 19 University of British Columbia Law Review 315 1985 Chief Justice Nemetz s Judicial Record Judicial Decision Making and Judicial Values 23 University of British Columbia Law Review 97 1988 Of Persons and Property The Politics of Legal Taxonomy with A Hutchinson 13 Dalhousie Law Journal 20 1990 Regulating Regulators The Legal Environment of the State 40 University of Toronto Law Journal 213 1990 Suing the State 40 University of Toronto Law Journal 630 1990 Can It Really be Unconstitutional to Regulate Product Safety Information 17 Canadian Business Law Journal 55 1990 Procedural Fairness and Incentive Programs Reflections on the Environmental Choice Program 31 Alberta Law Review 544 1993 Government Liability for Economic Losses The Case of Regulatory Failure 20 Canadian Business Law Journal 215 1992 The Regulation of Green Advertising The State the Market and the Environmental Good 25 University of British Columbia Law Review 225 1991 What Role should the Federal Government Play in Consumer Protection A Comment on Professor Bill Neilson s Paper 21 Canadian Business Law

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  • International Criminal Court (ICC) Moot Competition | Pace Law School
    Competition You are here Home International Criminal Court ICC Moot Competition Trial Advocacy Course Trial Advocacy Credits Lecture Series Mentoring Program Moot Court Overview and Requirements Moot Court Competitions International Moot Courts Philip C Jessup International Moot Court Competition International Criminal Court ICC Moot Competition Competition Overview Registration Form Rules of Procedure Problem Deadlines Schedule Willem C Vis Int Commercial Arbitration Moot The International Environmental Moot Court Competition ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition National Moot Court Competition Pace Law School Grand Moot Competition Dean Jerome Prince Evidence Competition NBLSA Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition Trial Advocacy Competitions Client Counseling Competitions Trial Advocacy Instructors Trial Advocacy Board Regional Round for the Americas and Caribbean formerly the Pace International Criminal Court Moot Competition Pace Law School is proud to initiate the International Criminal Court Moot Competition The Pace ICC Moot is the first of its kind event open to the international law school community and bringing together disparate legal traditions in the context of a simulated case before the International Criminal Court The competition offers each team of students the opportunity to participate in three rounds of oral arguments representing the Prosecutor Defense and Victims Advocate The annual International Criminal Court ICC

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  • Michelle S. Simon | Pace Law School
    several years at Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman Dicker LLP where she specialized in products liability litigation She is an honors graduate of Syracuse University College of Law where she served as Senior Lead Articles Editor of the Syracuse Law Review Professor Simon s substantive expertise lies in the areas of criminal law civil procedure and matters concerning secondary and higher education Professor Simon has written more than 17 articles and book chapters on these topics Her present scholarship concerns the role of expert testimony in setting enforceable legal standards for environmentally related legislation Courses Civil Procedure I Civil Procedure II Criminal Law Local Government Law Education Law Legal Writing Publications Reliable Science Overcoming Public Doubts in the Climate Change Debate 37 William Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review 219 2012 co authored with William Pentland Celebrating Thirty Years of the Pace Law Review 30 Pace L Rev 1146 2010 Women and the Law How Far We ve Come and Where We Need to Go 29 Pace L Rev 223 2009 A Call for Clarity Revising the Statutory Authority of Federal Magistrate Judges to Decide Pre Trial Motions Without the Parties Consent 2 Journal of Court Innovation 2008 Defining the Limits of Supplemental Jurisdiction Under 28 U S C 1367 A Hearty Welcome to Permissive Counterclaims 9 Lewis Clark Law Review 295 2005 Offensive Issue Preclusion in the Criminal Context One Step Forward Two Steps Back 34 University of Memphis Law Review 753 2004 The Path to Tenure Track The Pace Experience AALS Section Newsletter Spring 2002 Tribute to Barbara Salken 17 Pace Law Review 17 1997 Suspended Over the Abyss A City s Quest for Local Autonomy in Institutional Reform Litigation 23 Fordham Urban Law Journal 663 1996 Whose Crime is it Anyway Liability for the Lethal Acts of Nonparticipants

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  • Barbara L. Atwell | Pace Law School
    law pace edu 914 422 4257 Office P204 Assistant Jennifer Chin 914 422 4263 Office P201 Office Hours Mondays 3 4 p m Fridays 1 2 p m or contact the professor directly to schedule an appointment Links CV SSRN Professor Barbara Atwell was appointed as Director of Diversity Initiatives on February 3 2009 Prior to that she served as the Director of the Health Law and Policy Program until 2005 Professor Atwell was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and an editor of the Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems while attending Columbia Law School From there she clerked for Judge Nathaniel R Jones of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit Professor Atwell subsequently joined Arnold Porter in Washington DC as an associate While there her areas of practice included communication government contracts and civil rights She helped draft and edit Cable Franchising and Regulation A Local Government Guide to the New Law Professor Atwell has served on the Board of Directors of Practicing Attorneys for Law Students and is a former member of the Tort Litigation Committee of the New York City Bar Association She is the author of various law review articles Courses Bioethics and Medical Malpractice Introduction to Health Law Public Health Law Contracts Publications Articles Is Sugar the New Tobacco How to Regulate Toxic Foods 22 Annals of Health Law 138 2013 Nature and Nurture Revisiting the Infant Adoption Process 201 Wm Mary J Women L 201 2012 Jurists for Jesus 1 Widener Journal of Economics and Race 2010 The Jurisprudence of Love 85 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review 495 2008 Obesity Public Health and the Food Supply 4 Indiana Health Law Review 1 2007 The Modern Age of Informed Consent 40 University of Richmond Law Review 591 2006 Mainstreaming

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  • W. Paul Alvarez 2016 | Pace Law School
    to make sure everything s still on And then I ll get together whatever documents we re going to need In addition to his court appearances Paul has been to court five times during his clinic tenure other duties include interviewing and counseling clients liaising with government agencies educating the community through local outreach and drafting motions Paul records every client interaction in a case log which he says helps to strategize and cultivate the habit of keeping records Most Rewarding Experience The most exciting part of all of this is that you are the attorney of record in the case Paul says This isn t practice this is a real case You re changing someone s life The fact that you get the privilege to do that while still going to law school is pretty amazing He describes one particularly trying case with an incarcerated client who Paul met for the first time in a Brooklyn jail Although ultimately unable to avoid deportation as a result of multiple arrests Paul and his partner were able to litigate and successfully argue a number of the charges It was one of the hardest cases Paul says It was an incredible learning experience We did everything we possibly could Faculty Mentor Paul describes his faculty supervisor Professor Vanessa Merton as brilliant and cites her unwavering dedication She s one of my biggest mentors Paul says She expects everything you work on to be done extremely well With motions I wrote I went through a good eight drafts before it was ready She always wants to make sure we conduct ourselves in the best possible way Professor Merton s training begins even before the school year officially starts during an intensive weeklong boot camp You have to be ready to be worked Paul

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  • Eileen Burrowes 2013 | Pace Law School
    decided to pursue a career in the law the 2L did her homework and said the program offered by Pace was unlike anything she found at any other law school I didn t want to just travel to another country I wanted to live there learn the language and really experience the culture she said Eileen spent a semester in Spain working for CMS Albiñana and Suárez de Lezo a commercial firm that is a branch of an inter European lawgroup The experience was everything she had hoped for and then some Though it enriched her interest in practicing international law she said she is still sampling the various opportunities available to her as a student and hasn t yet decided on a career path I want to expose myself to as much as possible What is out there What are my options Through the Career Services office Eileen has met with alumni mentors including Paul Babchik who offered her an internship with the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor Working at the Commission offices and experiencing what it is like to be a practicing attorney has opened another potential career path sparking an interest in enforcement and white collar

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  • Benjamin Campos 2017 | Pace Law School
    life balance while in law school Third year student Ben Campos has made that possibility a reality over the past two years In addition to his commitments as a part time law student Ben is also a husband father and full time law enforcement officer in New Jersey Ben took time out of his busy schedule to discuss his path to practice The decision to go to law school was spurred by my work as a law enforcement officer Ben says I would see examples in which individuals couldn t effectively obtain a lawyer or they had one who was so overworked it was difficult to provide sufficient services Ben explains that the relationship between his in class and real world experiences is a mutually beneficial one especially with respect to the criminal constitutional and prisoners rights issues he encounters as a public servant I have seen what actually happens in the system Ben says not just what should happen based on legal theory I have had the opportunity to see some of the benefits and many of the shortfalls in our legal system and with that ways that good lawyers can help fill the gaps In addition to the insight he is able to contribute to class discussions Ben says that his law school education has already positively impacted his job performance My legal training has significantly increased the quality of my report writing preparation of complaints and ability to work with court staff Ben explains I can collaborate on a much higher level with court clerks and prosecutors and my courtroom testimony has improved Although Ben plans to practice in the area of criminal defense after graduation he says labor law has also emerged as an area of interest As a union member Ben notes I have seen

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