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  • Legal Services/Public Interest/Health Law Externship | Pace Law School
    Judicial Externship Summer Externship Abroad 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 Legal Services Public Interest Health 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 829 4 credit hours 3 clinical 1 academic Fall or Spring 6 credit hours 5 clinical 1 academic Summer Students in the Legal Services Public Interest Health Law Externship engage in supervised fieldwork with a provider of legal services to low income or otherwise disadvantaged people a public interest legal organization the legal department of a not for profit health care provider or a government agency Students in this program may conduct administrative hearings and routine court appearances such

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  • Prosecution Externship | Pace Law School
    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 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 710B 4 credit hours 3 clinical and 1 academic Fall or Spring Students spend twelve hours per week working in a prosecutor s office under the supervision of experienced attorneys Responsibilities may include drafting accusatory instruments conducting investigations researching and writing responses to motions and memoranda of law drafting direct and cross examination questions for hearings or trials observing and or participating in court proceedings and complainant witness interviews and preparing witnesses for trial The weekly two hour seminar provides background on legal practical and ethical issues in criminal prosecutions and includes simulations and case presentations by students Participating offices have included the district attorneys offices of

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  • State Court Judicial Externship | Pace Law School
    Home Academics Juris Doctor Program Lawyering Skills Externships State Court Judicial 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 764 4 credits 3 clinical one academic One semester Professor Peter Passidomo A judicial externship provides an unparalleled opportunity to learn about the court system the judicial process and judicial reasoning to develop legal research and writing skills and to observe trials courtroom proceedings and pretrial and settlement conferences In the State Court Judicial Externship students are placed in externships in individual judges chambers primarily in the New York Connecticut and New Jersey State court systems Students are expected to work in chambers 12 hours per week and to attend a weekly two hour seminar The seminar focuses on such topics as the court system federal and state the judicial selection process and elections in the state system merit appointments and the judicial disciplinary process Issues such as confidentiality conflicts and courtroom ethics will also be addressed Externships are available with judges in a

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  • Summer Externship Abroad | Pace Law School
    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 6 Credits 5 clinical 1 academic Each externship runs for 8 weeks 320 hours during June and July After attending the two week academic seminar the externs work full time for their firms for the remaining six weeks They receive 6 academic credits for this course of study and therefore according to American Bar Association Guidelines they cannot receive any monetary compensation for their work in the firm Pace externs are entirely self funded and are responsible for their own air and ground transportation as well as their housing food and other related costs Suggestions and assistance in locating appropriate housing are however greatly appreciated by the students Each extern must complete one significant piece of legal writing during the internship based on the work assigned by the student s field supervisor This work should not take the form of a separate research paper but rather grow out of the naturally occurring work of the law firm during the eight weeks of the externship Externs are also required to

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  • Advanced Appellate Advocacy | Pace Law School
    Matrimonial Practice Mediation and Arbitration Negotiation Pretrial Civil Litigation Simulation Skills Workshop Depositions Trial Advocacy 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 Simulations Advanced Appellate Advocacy Advanced Appellate Advocacy Advanced Legal Research Advanced Real Property Advanced Trial Advocacy Collaborative Law Commercial Real Estate Transactions Skills Drafting Legal Documents Environmental Commercial Transactions Environmental Dispute Resolution Environmental Skills Federal Criminal Pretrial Intellectual Property Agreements and Licensing Interviewing Counseling and Negotiation Introduction to Transactional Practice Law Practice Management Matrimonial Practice Mediation and Arbitration Negotiation Pretrial Civil Litigation Simulation Skills Workshop Depositions Trial Advocacy Law 849 3 credit hours Fall or Spring semester This course offers advanced training in written and oral advocacy Students will structure written and oral arguments understand a court s scope of review and practice persuasive use of authority You will draft a statement of facts and develop your persuasive writing style and courtroom skills This course is broken

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  • Advanced Legal Research | Pace Law School
    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 Simulations Advanced Legal Research Advanced Appellate Advocacy Advanced Legal Research Advanced Real Property Advanced Trial Advocacy Collaborative Law Commercial Real Estate Transactions Skills Drafting Legal Documents Environmental Commercial Transactions Environmental Dispute Resolution Environmental Skills Federal Criminal Pretrial Intellectual Property Agreements and Licensing Interviewing Counseling and Negotiation Introduction to Transactional Practice Law Practice Management Matrimonial Practice Mediation and Arbitration Negotiation Pretrial Civil Litigation Simulation Skills Workshop Depositions Trial Advocacy 4 credit hours 2 clinical 2 academic Fall or Spring semester Building on the skills learned during the first year CrimLAW program Advanced Legal Research has two primary objectives to help students become more effective legal researchers and more knowledgeable consumers of legal information once they are in practice The course begins with a discussion of secondary sources which are very useful for finding primary legal authority and for understanding the law and then moves on

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  • Advanced Real Property | Pace Law School
    Doctor Program Lawyering Skills Simulations Advanced Real Property Advanced Appellate Advocacy Advanced Legal Research Advanced Real Property Advanced Trial Advocacy Collaborative Law Commercial Real Estate Transactions Skills Drafting Legal Documents Environmental Commercial Transactions Environmental Dispute Resolution Environmental Skills Federal Criminal Pretrial Intellectual Property Agreements and Licensing Interviewing Counseling and Negotiation Introduction to Transactional Practice Law Practice Management Matrimonial Practice Mediation and Arbitration Negotiation Pretrial Civil Litigation Simulation Skills Workshop Depositions Trial Advocacy Law 636 3 credit hours Advanced Property serves as a bridge to Pace s real estate transactions and land use courses The course has a transactional focus helping students incorporate the substantive concepts covered in the first year property course into transactions involving a transfer of some property interest Students may be asked to prepare the relevant documents for a commercial lease Such an exercise will require knowledge and application of the basic rules for contracting and of leases but will also cause students to think about the practical issues that need to be anticipated in the lease documents The course will also include a study of the differences in transfer for intellectual property transactions and as they may be involved in the purchase of a business The

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  • Advanced Trial Advocacy | Pace Law School
    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 Simulations Advanced Trial Advocacy Advanced Appellate Advocacy Advanced Legal Research Advanced Real Property Advanced Trial Advocacy Collaborative Law Commercial Real Estate Transactions Skills Drafting Legal Documents Environmental Commercial Transactions Environmental Dispute Resolution Environmental Skills Federal Criminal Pretrial Intellectual Property Agreements and Licensing Interviewing Counseling and Negotiation Introduction to Transactional Practice Law Practice Management Matrimonial Practice Mediation and Arbitration Negotiation Pretrial Civil Litigation Simulation Skills Workshop Depositions Trial Advocacy 3 credit hours Fall or Spring semester Students who have taken Trial Advocacy Law 684 will apply their trial advocacy skills to more advanced technical and complex legal problems This upper level course is intended for students interested in pursuing litigation careers The focus of the course will be on the development of case strategies and the integration of those strategies with the case trial Emphasis will be on the ability to develop persuasive direct and cross examination of expert witnesses The students will also learn how to use

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