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  • Investor Rights Clinic | Pace Law School
    Rights Health Law Clinic Immigration Justice Clinic Investor Rights Clinic Neighborhood Justice Clinic Law 826A 826B 4 credit hours semester 2 clinical 2 academic Fall semester 3 credit hours semester 2 clinical 1 academic Spring semester 2 semesters required One additional clinical credit hour per semester available with permission of instructor Under faculty supervision student attorneys at the Investor Rights Clinic formerly the Securities Arbitration Clinic handle securities arbitrations and mediations before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority FINRA Dispute Resolution on behalf of small investors Students perform client interviewing and counseling fact investigation claim evaluation legal research preparation of legal memoranda and may conduct arbitration or mediation or negotiate a settlement In the weekly seminar students explore the substantive law of broker dealer regulation arbitration theory and practice and lawyering skills Private practitioners Securities and Exchange Commission attorneys and staff from the self regulatory organizations may assist in the teaching of the seminar Preference is given to third and fourth year students Prerequisites Professional Responsibility is required Corporations and Partnerships and Evidence are recommended Students are also requested to take Trial Advocacy and Interviewing Counseling and Negotiation either prior to or while taking the clinic Investor Rights Clinic Brochure Investor

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  • Neighborhood Justice Clinic | Pace Law School
    are here Home Academics Juris Doctor Program Lawyering Skills Clinics Neighborhood Justice Clinic Barbara C Salken Criminal Justice Clinic Environmental Litigation Clinic Equal Justice America Disability Rights Health Law Clinic Immigration Justice Clinic Investor Rights Clinic Neighborhood Justice Clinic Law 647A 647B 6 credit hours 4 clinical 2 academic Professor Jason Parkin Please note that the Neighborhood Justice Clinic will not be offered during the 2015 16 academic year Students in the Neighborhood Justice Clinic represent individuals and grassroots organizations in both litigation and non litigation matters related to workers rights and other issues affecting low income communities in Westchester County Clinic students represent temporarily jobless low wage workers whose applications for unemployment benefits have been denied Students are responsible for all aspects of their clients cases including interviewing clients and witnesses developing a case theory investigating facts and analyzing the law and representing clients at adversarial hearings before the Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board Hearing Office in White Plains In addition to representing individual clients at hearings students provide legal support to organizations that are advocating for low income communities in Westchester County These projects involve less traditional forms of lawyering such as engaging in legislative and policy advocacy and analysis creating self help materials developing community education trainings and materials and providing other types of legal work in support of organizations serving the community The weekly seminar portion of the clinic is a practice oriented examination of advocacy on behalf of low income individuals and communities Seminar topics include fundamental lawyering skills such as client interviewing and counseling case planning and case theory fact investigation witness interviewing and preparation direct and cross examination and cross cultural lawyering ethics and professional responsibility substantive and procedural law relevant to the clinic s docket and perspectives on social justice lawyering The seminar

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  • Margaret M. Flint | Pace Law School
    4333 Office P404B Assistant Robert Walker 914 422 4253 Office P404 C Office Hours Contact assistant to schedule an appointment Links CV Professor Margaret M Flint is the Executive Director of John Jay Legal Services and faculty supervisor of the Equal Justice America Disability Rights Health Law Clinic She also teaches Elder Law and the Legal Services Public Interest Health Law Externship seminar Previously Professor Flint was the director of the Elderly Project of Volunteers of Legal Service and Managing Attorney of the Law Enforcement Bureau of the New York City Commission on Human Rights She has taught in the clinical programs of New York Law School and Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law Professor Flint is co chair of Westchester Residential Opportunities a fair housing organization Courses Elder Law Equal Justice America Disability Rights Health Law Clinic Equal Justice America Disability Rights Health Law Clinic Seminar Publications Books A Consumer s Guide to Nursing Home Care in New York City 1981 A Consumer s Guide to Nursing Home Care in New York State 1987 Book Chapters Nursing Homes in 1993 Elder Law Handbook Practicing Law Institute 1993 revised 1994 1995 1997 1999 2001 2004 2006 2008 2009 and 2012

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  • Student Applications | Pace Law School
    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 Student Applications Spring 2016 Application Information and Instructions Application Form Application Deadlines Deadline for all programs Monday November 16 2015 at 5 p m For information about and application for the Environmental Litigation Clinic go to http www law pace edu

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  • Corporate Law Externship | Pace Law School
    United Nations Environmental Diplomacy Externship Simulations Academic Calendar Academic Calendar January Admits Academic Policies How to Apply Graduate Programs Registrar 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 Academics Juris Doctor Program Lawyering Skills Externships Corporate Law Externship Corporate Law Externship Environmental Law Externship New York Family Court Externship Federal Judicial Extern Honors Program Honors Prosecution Externship International Trade Externship Legal Services Public Interest Health Law Externship Prosecution Externship State Court Judicial Externship Summer Externship Abroad United Nations Environmental Diplomacy Externship LAW 786S 4 credit hours 3 clinical and 1 academic Fall or Spring Students accepted into this program will be placed in the legal department of a corporation in the metropolitan New York area Students will be exposed to the various ways in which law is practiced in house Students will spend 12 hours each week at their placement and attend a weekly seminar In the seminar students will learn the unique lawyering skills needed to work in an in house environment and learn from their experiences at their

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  • Family Court Externship | Pace Law School
    Academic Calendar Academic Calendar January Admits Academic Policies How to Apply Graduate Programs Registrar 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 Academics Juris Doctor Program Lawyering Skills Externships Family Court Externship Corporate Law Externship Environmental Law Externship New York Family Court Externship Federal Judicial Extern Honors Program Honors Prosecution Externship International Trade Externship Legal Services Public Interest Health Law Externship Prosecution Externship State Court Judicial Externship Summer Externship Abroad United Nations Environmental Diplomacy Externship Law 694 3 credit hours 2 clinical and 1 academic Fall or Spring Students spend seven hours per week working in either White Plains or Yonkers Family Court under the supervision of experienced attorneys at the Pace Women s Justice Center Responsibilities include interviewing victims of domestic violence and drafting petitions for orders of protection support and custody Students operate under a student practice order to represent the victim at the ex parte hearing on the petition for the order of protection Students also have the opportunity to assist staff attorneys with uncontested divorces and

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  • Honors Prosecution Externship | Pace Law School
    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 Academics Juris Doctor Program Lawyering Skills Externships Honors Prosecution Externship Corporate Law Externship Environmental Law Externship New York Family Court Externship Federal Judicial Extern Honors Program Honors Prosecution Externship International Trade Externship Legal Services Public Interest Health Law Externship Prosecution Externship State Court Judicial Externship Summer Externship Abroad United Nations Environmental Diplomacy Externship LAW 710D 6 credit hours 4 clinical 2 academic Fall or Spring The Honors Prosecution Externship gives students the opportunity to actively participate in the daily preparation and prosecution of criminal cases under the supervision of Assistant District Attorneys This course is open to students who have secured a non paid position with a District Attorney s Office that has a Student Practice Order from the Appellate Division Students will be able to draft accusatory instruments interview witnesses conduct arraignments negotiate plea bargains appear at calendar calls engage in motion practice and discovery conduct hearings and actively participate in trials Students will spend two full days per week in the Westchester County District Attorney s office During the first two

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  • International Trade Externship | Pace Law School
    Diplomacy Externship Simulations Academic Calendar Academic Calendar January Admits Academic Policies How to Apply Graduate Programs Registrar 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 Academics Juris Doctor Program Lawyering Skills Externships International Trade Externship Corporate Law Externship Environmental Law Externship New York Family Court Externship Federal Judicial Extern Honors Program Honors Prosecution Externship International Trade Externship Legal Services Public Interest Health Law Externship Prosecution Externship State Court Judicial Externship Summer Externship Abroad United Nations Environmental Diplomacy Externship Law 900 4 credit hours 3 clinical 1 academic Fall or Spring Students work twelve hours per week under the supervision of their field supervisors in law firms or corporations specializing in international trade law In the weekly seminar special attention is given to agency and distribution agreements inbound and outbound civil and common law legal systems licensing and franchising choice of entity under U S law EU and NAFTA for companies wishing to set up an establishment abroad basic elements of international taxation related to the entity form selected NAFTA and

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