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  • Land Use and Sustainable Development Law Society (LUSDLS) | Pace Law School
    to provide students with an opportunity to gain valuable knowledge of the complex land use sustainable development and real estate law fields As our group growws we will provide information and networking events that facilitate learning and professional development We welcome innovative ideas enthusiasm and participation at whatever level each individual student can give Pace Law School students To learn more about LUSDLS join the LUSDLS class on TWEN Go

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/land-use-and-sustainable-development-law-society-lusdls (2016-02-12)
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  • Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (SALDF) | Pace Law School
    petitions and other events to strengthen the enforcement of anti cruelty laws and to encourage more humane treatment of animals everywhere Some of our events include Wolf Week in conjunction with ELS where we raise funds for the local Wolf Conservation Center and a Picnic with Pups where we help students relax during exams while simultaneously raising awareness for a local no kill shelter Pets Alive Westchester and hanging out

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/student-animal-legal-defense-fund-saldf (2016-02-12)
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  • Pace Energy and Climate Law Society | Pace Law School
    to build connections between Pace Law School and the greater legal and policy community It serves the students of Pace Law School by organizing events to inform students of important and timely energy and climate law issues while connecting students with energy and climate law practitioners and alumni in New York City New York State and national organizations Pace Law School students To learn more about PECLS join the PECLS

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/pace-energy-and-climate-law-society (2016-02-12)
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  • Pace Environmental Alumni Council | Pace Law School
    Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Environmental Law You are here Home Academics Juris Doctor Program Environmental Law Program Careers and Alumni Pace Environmental Alumni Council The Pace Environmental Alumni Council PEAC is comprised of graduates of Pace Law School who are practicing in the field of environmental law and or who obtained a Certificate of Study in Environmental Law or an LLM in Environmental Law The purpose of PEAC is threefold 1 to encourage facilitate and maintain meaningful connections between Pace Law School and its environmental program graduates 2 to further the renown of the environmental law program at Pace Law School and 3 to lend career assistance and provide advice to Pace s environmental students and graduates pursuing careers in environmental law To achieve its purpose PEAC undertakes and participates in Pace Law School and Alumni events by among other activities hosting environmental alumni gatherings mentoring Pace s environmental students assisting in the promotion of the National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition held at the Law School each February and bestowing the Nicholas A Robinson Award upon deserving alumni If you are interested in participating in PEAC please contact any

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/pace-environmental-alumni-council (2016-02-12)
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  • Nicholas A. Robinson Alumni Achievement Award | Pace Law School
    Home Academics Juris Doctor Program Environmental Law Program Careers and Alumni Nicholas A Robinson Alumni Achievement Award The 2014 Nicholas A Robinson Award winner is Emily Collins JD 04 We will present Emily with her award at the annual Environmental Alumni Student Event on June 4 2015 at 6 00 pm at Cafe Centro in NYC Emily Collins is the Executive Director of Fair Shake Environmental Legal Services a non profit organization that she founded to help those with modest means address environmental problems in Ohio and Pennsylvania Ms Collins began her practice as a student at the Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic in 2003 and then became an Assistant Public Interest Counsel at the Office of Public Interest Counsel in the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality In 2008 she took the helm of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law s Environmental Law Clinic as a Clinical Assistant Professor She became a Clinical Associate Professor in 2013 In the same year she founded Fair Shake ELS In 2014 she became the Executive Director Emily is a frequent expert speaker on water law oil and gas law underground injection of wastewater public participation in environmental decision making and environmental permitting and enforcement Additional information on Fair Shake ELS available on their website at http www fairshake els org The Nicholas A Robinson Alumni Achievement Award was established in 2005 to recognize Pace alumni who have made significant contributions to environmental law In 2007 Professor Robinson requested that the Pace Environmental Alumni Council PEAC take over bestowal of this annual honor Pictured above Marla Weider J D 93 received the 2009 Robinson Award for her outstanding work with the EPA cleaning up major hazardous waste sites in New York and the Caribbean Past Recipients Pace Law School is proud of the following

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  • The International Environmental Moot Court Competition | Pace Law School
    Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search Lawyering Skills You are here Home Academics Juris Doctor Program Lawyering Skills Advocacy Programs Moot Court Competitions The International Environmental Moot Court 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 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 Held at Stetson University in Florida during the fall semester this competition provides an excellent opportunity for law students to explore issues of international environmental law in the context of a dispute before the International Court of Justice The participants memorials are evaluated by international environmental legal experts selected with the assistance of the ABA International Environmental Law Committee Section of International Law and Practice Oral arguments are evaluated by local attorneys and judges who have experience in international

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/international-environmental-moot-court-competition (2016-02-12)
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  • Sam Brown JD 2007 | Pace Law School
    pleasure to work with he says Not only did his time at EPA lead to his current job but it also provided Sam with his proudest professional accomplishment to date Sam says this moment came in 2009 when he worked on an EPA Clean Water Act Section 404 c veto the first in almost twenty years For those of us who need to brush up on our Clean Water Act sections 404 c authorizes EPA to restrict deny or withdraw the use of an area as a disposal site for dredged or fill material if the discharge will have unacceptable adverse effects on municipal water supplies shellfish beds and fishery areas wildlife or recreational areas As a result of Sam s work 67 000 acres of wetlands in the Mississippi River flood plain were protected and the decision was upheld by the District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Sam credits Pace with giving him the practical experience he needed to succeed after graduation There is no substitute for learning by doing he says Whether it was working on real cases and being pushed by Professors Coplan and Estrin in the Environmental Litigation Clinic researching and writing articles in the Land Use Law Center with Professors Nolon and Bacher or working on memoranda in the Environmental Skills course with Professor Powers I was continuously learning real world skills that were critical as soon as I started working for the EPA I felt better prepared to begin the practice of environmental and administrative law than many of my peers So what should Pace students take away from Sam s story He advises current students to take advantage of every opportunity Pace has to offer and work hard harder than they think they should

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  • John P. Cahill JD 1985, LLM 1992 | Pace Law School
    Cahill JD 1985 LLM 1992 The history of our country is told in the institutions that like Pace thrive here and symbolize the American spirit Giving back to the community Law wasn t John Cahill s first career choice He taught high school and even considered becoming a priest before pursuing his JD at Pace I wasn t really sure what I wanted to do then but I knew I wanted to do something in public service that would enable me to give back to the community he says John received his master s degree in environmental law from Pace in 1992 In 1997 he was appointed Commissioner of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation then joined the Pataki Administration and was named Chief of Staff in 2002 In 2005 Pataki selected him to coordinate the various entities involved in the World Trade Center site renewal John believes that transforming the WTC site back into a vital workplace is a fitting tribute to those affected by the tragedy of 9 11 Our utmost goal is to celebrate American life with respect to those we lost he says The history of our country is told in the institutions that

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