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  • Trial Advocacy | Pace Law School
    Management 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 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 Law 684 4 credit hours Fall or Spring semester This course introduces students to theories and approaches that guide fact analysis persuasion and rhetoric trial planning trial process jury composition evidence advocacy juror addresses witnesses examination and visual persuasion Students practice and master the basic techniques of advocacy at trial including voir dire examination opening statements closing arguments direct

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  • International Environmental Law (LAW 845) | Pace Law School
    global and transboundary environmental activities and impacts becomes increasingly important The course examines international agreements and organizations and addresses a wide range of environmental protection issues Included in the studies are Law of the Sea provisions and regional seas conventions the Convention on Biodiversity CBD the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species CITES treaties on migratory species air pollution control hazardous waste and other environmental topics The role

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/international-environmental-law-law-845 (2016-02-12)
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  • Comparative Environmental Law (LAW 715B) | Pace Law School
    course evaluates how these different legal traditions implement the obligations accepted by States in multilateral environmental agreements and also how regional economic integration measures among States e g in the EU ASEAN or the NAFTA Commission on Environmental Cooperation influence the application of environmental law within a nation Each student applies the knowledge imparted in the course by independently studying and preparing a written restatement of the environmental law of

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/comparative-environmental-law-law-715b (2016-02-12)
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  • Comparative Environmental Law - Brazil LAW 715A | Pace Law School
    environmental regimes of the United States and Brazil The course aims to build students capacity to assess the environmental laws of both countries and to consider national policies concerning environmental quality The last third of the class will take place in Brazil We will travel to Rio de Janeiro as well as several other regions of Brazil where we will continue classes as well as attend seminars conducted by prominent

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/comparative-environmental-law-brazil-law-715a (2016-02-12)
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  • Environmental Justice (LAW 728) | Pace Law School
    application of existing rights are both substantive and procedural This seminar will present recent developments in international law and national laws It will address direct and indirect links between the protection of the environment and the enjoyment of human rights as well as on obligations and responsibilities of States and other actors under human rights treaties and multilateral environmental agreements Certain human rights especially access to information participation in decision

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/environmental-justice-law-728 (2016-02-12)
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  • Advanced Land Use & Sustainable Development Law: Practice (LAW 686B) | Pace Law School
    Sustainable Development Law Practice LAW 686B This seminar explores specific land use environmental and or sustainability topics that are of current concern and relevance to the field to the curriculum and to society The specific topic will be identified each term by the professors teaching the course and will relate to the work of the Land Use Law Center and related law school research centers Field trips relevant to the

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  • Environmental Dispute Resolution Seminar (LAW 797N) | Pace Law School
    lawyers play in these varied approaches A major theme of this course is comparing the advantages and disadvantages of adversarial and collaborative approaches in environmental conflicts The course will use mock negotiations mediations facilitations and consensus building exercises to build in students the skills used by neutral third parties and legal counsel for the parties to resolve disputes The course also will emphasize the role of legal advisors for each

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  • Land Use Law (LAW 733) | Pace Law School
    of the law of land use planning and zoning both generally and as it has developed in New York New Jersey and Connecticut The constitutional and statutory basis of land use controls is thoroughly examined along with contemporary procedures involved with land use changes cluster zoning contract zoning planned unit developments subdivision and site plan review and environmental impact assessment The course utilizes a combination of the casebook and problem

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