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  • Meet a 3+3 Student | Pace Law School
    to Pace Law School at the end of my junior year at Pace University and I am currently on track to receive both my BS and JD degrees in six years instead of the usual seven I had heard about the 3 3 Program for the first time at my undergraduate orientation and I continued to follow up on it with my Dyson advisor throughout my sophomore and junior years I was interested in the program because of the time and money I would save Through this program I will attain my degree a year earlier enter the field sooner and save a substantial amount of tuition So far my 1L year is going better than I could have imagined and I am doing very well in all of my classes Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have on the 3 3 Program and whether it may be the right choice for you I can be reached at cmcclain law pace edu I graduated Pace University NYC in 2008 as a member of the 3 3 Joint Degree BA JD program I was admitted to Pace Law School during my junior year and finished both my BA and my JD degrees in six years instead of the usual seven This program was incredibly beneficial to me and proved to be a great conversation starter in interviews It definitely helped to get me noticed when competing for a job or internship Christopher Schweitzer 14 I was drawn to Pace Law School by our strong commitment to public interest law Both Andrea Putnam and Jennifer Friedman of the Public Interest Law Center were invaluable to me in my journey at law school They were always available to talk and guide me through the internship process During the

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  • Jill I. Gross | Pace Law School
    Seminar Survey of Dispute Resolution Processes Securities Litigation and Enforcement Professional Responsibility Publications Law Review Articles Justice Scalia s Hat Trick and the Supreme Court s Flawed Understanding of Twenty First Century Arbitration 81 Brooklyn L Rev forthcoming 2015 The Improbable Birth and Conceivable Death of the Securities Arbitration Clinic 15 Cardozo J Conflict Resol 597 2014 Investor Protection Meets the Federal Arbitration Act 1 Stan J Complex Litig 1 2012 with Barbara Black AT T Mobility and the Future of Small Claims Arbitration 42 SW U L Rev 47 2012 AT T Mobility and FAA Over Preemption 4 Y B on Arb Med 25 2012 An End to Mandatory Securities Arbitration 30 Pace L Rev 1174 2010 Banks and Brokers and Bricks and Clicks An Evaluation of FINRA s Proposal to Modify the Bank Broker Dealer Rule 73 Alb L Rev 465 2010 symposium volume with Edward Pekarek Environmental Dispute Resolution in the Law School Curriculum 27 Pace Envtl l Rev 41 2009 with Alexandra Dapolito Dunn Hall Street Blues The Uncertain Future of Manifest Disregard 37 Sec Reg L J 232 2009 peer reviewed When Perception Changes Reality An Empirical Study of Investors Views of the Fairness of Securities Arbitration 2008 J Disp Resol 349 2008 with Barbara Black McMahon Turns Twenty The Regulation of Fairness in Securities Arbitration 76 U Cin L Rev 493 2008 reprinted in 2009 Sec L Rev Securities Mediation Dispute Resolution for the Individual Investor 21 Ohio St J On Dispute Resol 329 2006 The Explained Award of Damocles Protection or Peril in Securities Arbitration 34 Sec Reg L J 17 2006 with Barbara Black peer reviewed Introduction Investor Rights Symposium The Elusive Balance Between Investor Protection and Wealth Creation 26 Pace L Rev 27 Fall 2005 with Barbara Black Developing A Law Business Collaboration through Pace s Securities Arbitration Clinic 11 Fordham J Corp Fin L 57 2005 with Ronald Filante Ph D Over Preemption of State Vacatur Law State Courts and the FAA 3 J of Am Arb 1 2004 Economic Suicide The Collision of Ethics and Risk in Securities Law 64 U Pitt L Rev 483 2003 with Barbara Black re printed in 2004 Sec L Rev Securities Analysts Undisclosed Conflicts of Interest Unfair Dealing or Securities Fraud 2002 Colum Bus L Rev 631 2002 Making It Up As They Go Along The Role of Law in Securities Arbitration 23 Cardozo L Rev 991 2002 with Barbara Black Other Writings by Professor Gross Contributing Editor Indisputably ADR Prof Blog 2009 to present http www indisputably org Negotiating in the shadow of Forced Arbitration in The Negotiator s Fieldbook 2d ed ABA Section of Dispute Resolution 2016 Schneider Honeyman eds Forthcoming Teaching Students to be Problem Solvers and Dispute Resolvers in Building on best practices Transforming legal education in a changing world LexisNexis Law School Publishing 2015 with Andrea Schneider and John Lande Arbitration Case Law Update 2015 in Securities Arbitration 2015 Practising Law Institute 2015 Arbitration Case Law Update 2014

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  • Peter Widulski | Pace Law School
    Law Professor Widulski began teaching at Pace in 2007 and in 2010 he was appointed Assistant Director of Pace s First Year Legal Skills Program He was a Kent Scholar at Columbia Law School and clerked for the Honorable Jed Rakoff S D N Y the Honorable Robert Katzmann Second Circuit Court of Appeals and the Honorable Robert Smith New York State Court of Appeals Prior to graduating from Columbia he was a Lecturer at Princeton University and taught philosophy and constitutional law as an adjunct at Fordham University and Rutgers University and business ethics as an adjunct at Fordham s College of Business Administration Just prior to coming to Pace he taught legal research and writing and moot court for three years at Loyola University College of Law in New Orleans where he also coached several of Loyola s moot court teams and was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation by the Black Law Students Association While employed as a litigation associate at Patterson Belknap Webb Tyler LLP he worked among other assignments on a major product licensing case In 2008 he was one of several lawyers presented with the N Y C Bar Association s Thurgood Marshall Award for

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  • Carol D. Barry | Pace Law School
    Faculty Carol D Barry Prosecution Externship B A Holy Cross College J D Pace University School of Law Carol Barry was an Assistant District Attorney in the Trial Division of the New York County District Attorney s Office for eight years under Robert M Morgenthau where she prosecuted cases involving domestic violence drug sales sex crimes and assaults She also was the Supervising Assistant District Attorney for Pace Law School

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  • Francis J. Carroll | Pace Law School
    J D Brooklyn Law School Post Graduate Study NYU Law School Harvard Law School Professor Carroll has over 30 years experience in Criminal Law trial advocacy as both a prosecutor and defense attorney in both State and Federal Courts During his career he served as an Assistant District Attorney in Westchester County and Bronx County including positions such as Deputy Chief of the Supreme Court Trial Division and Deputy Chief

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  • Tamar Gribetz | Pace Law School
    School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search You are here Home Faculty Adjunct Faculty Tamar Gribetz Tamar Gribetz First Year Legal Skills Program B A Yeshiva University J D Fordham University School of Law Professor Gribetz has been teaching Legal Writing at Pace Law School since 2006 She also has been the Writing Specialist at the law school since 2011 Prior to joining Pace she was an Adjunct Professor

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  • Danielle B. Shalov | Pace Law School
    Danielle B Shalov is an attorney and mediator with offices in Mount Kisco New York Ms Shalov volunteers with The New York Peace Institute formerly Safe Horizons Cluster and the New York County Lawyers Association Ms Shalov began her career as a litigation associate at Paul Hastings Janofsky Walker LLP She later joined the Law Offices of Gerald L Shargel where she specialized in criminal law Ms Shalov then joined

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  • Margaret Regan Smith | Pace Law School
    Law in Rockland County New York She is a member of the Rockland County 18B Family Court Panel with a specific assignment to represent respondent parents in child neglect proceedings based upon substance or alcohol abuse issues in Family Treatment Court She is a member of the Law Guardian Panel 2nd Department 9th Judicial District of New York and represents children in Juvenile Delinquency and other Family Court matters She

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