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  • Books and Publications | Pace Law School
    Pace Institute of International Commercial Law Francesco G Mazzotta Camilla Baasch Andersen and Prof Bruno Zeller A Practitioner s Guide to the CISG Juris Publishing November 2010 For further information see http www jurispub com cart php m product detail p 6866 Albert H Kritzer Application and Interpretation of the CISG in the PR of China Progress in the Rule of Law In China Wuhan University International Law Review 2009 Albert H Kritzer Siegfried Eiselen Jessica Jarno Vanto International Contract Manual Thomson Westlaw Sweet Maxwell 2008 2009 5 volume loose leaf text For further information click www internationalcontractmanual com See reviews by Professor Jan Ramberg and Stefan Kröll Louis F Del Duca Albert Kritzer and Daniel Nagel Achieving Optimal Use of Harmonization Techniques in an Increasingly Interrelated 21st Century World Consumer Sales Moving the EU Harmonization Process to a Global Plane 41 UCC L J 51 2008 Chengwei Liu Remedies in International Sales Juris Publishing 2007 See Preface by Professor Marie Stefanini Newman John Felemegas Interpretations of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods 1980 as Uniform Sales Law Cambridge University Press 2006 See introduction to this text See also the Pace International Law Review

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  • Activities and Leadership | Pace Law School
    assembling Advisory Committees of judges and Technical Committees of environmental law scholars legal experts and court administrators The Steering Committee is currently co chaired by Hon Hilario G Davide Jr Former Ambassador Permanent Representative of the Republic of the Philippines to the United Nations Former Chief Justice Supreme Court of the Philippines Hon Merideth Wright Judge Vermont Environmental Court USA Professor Nicholas A Robinson University Professor for the Environment Gilbert and Sarah Kerlin Distinguished Professor of Environmental Law Pace University School of Law IUCN Professor Richard Macrory Professor of Environmental Law University College London UK The Institute will be seeking institutional organizational and strategic partners from around the world for collaboration on its upcoming activities Under the leadership of this initial advisory committee the following activities are underway In January 2011 IJIEA will publish a volume on court and tribunal environmental decision making presenting articles written by the world s leading experts in the field This publication is tentatively titled The Role of The Environmental Judiciary and the articles will elaborate on why many jurisdictions have created specialized environmental tribunals and how they function This will be a special issue of the Journal of Court Innovation which the New York

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  • History and Purpose | Pace Law School
    cross borders species migrate from one site to another or chemicals permeate through air and water systems In order to more effectively handle environmental adjudications within national or sub national jurisdictions many environmental courts and tribunals have been established around the world Recently in 2008 the United Nations General Assembly has called upon all States to strengthen the rule of law at both international and national levels The effectiveness of environmental protection and thus sustainable development itself depends upon sustained support for the rule of law in environmental proceedings Environmental courts and tribunals share many common interests such as reflecting best scientific practice in presenting scientific environmental evidence reviewing the scope and integrity of environmental impact assessments observing agreed international norms for public participation in administrative environmental decision making providing adequate access to justice for environmental interests criminal and civil environmental law enforcement and structuring effective remedies in light of the remedial objectives of most environmental statutes Between 1985 and 2004 a series of international judicial symposia were held around the globe in Africa Asia the Americas and the Pacific Oceana region Organized by the UN Environment Programme UNEP and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature Natural Resources IUCN Commissions on Environmental Law CEL and Environmental Cooperation CEC these symposia provided an opportunity to elaborate on the issues facing environmental courts and tribunals The 2002 UNEP Symposium of Supreme Court and High Court Judges held in Johannesburg on the eve of the UN Summit on Sustainable Development called for international cooperation to sustain an ongoing deliberative process for the judiciary on environmental legal decision making Among regional instances of judicial collaboration are the European Union Forum of Judges for the Environment MERCOSUR s established annual conference of the courts on environmental law in the cone of South America

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  • Mission | Pace Law School
    Regardless of whether a country s legal system is based in the civil law the common law Islamic law traditional law or other legal framework a central principle of all legal systems is to rely on fundamental fairness As our world is faced with making increasingly difficult environmental decisions more pressure is put on courts and tribunals to apply the Rule of Law in environmental proceedings With this in mind

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  • Related Links | Pace Law School
    Departmental Directory Give to Pace Law School Web Mail Pace University Search form Search You are here Home Related Links The Access Initiative Greening Justice Creating and Improving Environmental Courts and Tribunals United Nations Environment Programme UNEP www unep org Pace Law School www law pace edu IUCN International Union for Conservation of Nature www iucn org SUMMARY REPORT Meeting of U S Based Organizations and Entities Working on Environmental

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  • International Symposium on Environmental Courts & Tribunals - Commentaries and Primary Source Documents Corresponding to Commentaries | Pace Law School
    Bill of Rights 1993 Canada Environmental Protection Act England Commentary on England and Wales First Tier Tribunal Environment May 18th 2011 The Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Act 2008 Tribunal Procedure England and Wales India Commentary on India s Green Tribunal Act May 18th 2011 National Green Tribunal Act of 2010 Additional Commentaries Environmental Courts in comparative perspective preliminary reflections on the National Green Tribunal of India How Green Will be the Green Tribunal Kenya Commentary on the National Environmental Tribunal Procedure established in Kenya May 18th 2011 Environmental Management and Coordination Act Forests Act 2005 The National Environmental Tribunal Procedure Rules New Zealand Commentary on the Environment Court of New Zealand May 18th 2011 New Zealand Resource Management Act of 1991 Philippines Commentary on the Rules of Procedure for Env Cases in the Philippines May 18th 2011 Rules of Procedure for Environmental Cases Manila Bay opinions Justice Sereno s Separate Legal Opinion in the Manila Bay Case Philippine Supreme Court decision dated February 15 2011 acting on the recommendation of the Manila Bay Advisory Committee Sweden Commentary on the Environmental Court of Sweden May 18th 2011 Sweden Environmental Code The Court Proceedings Act Trinidad and Tobago Commentary on the Environmental

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  • Primary Source Documents on Various Regions of the World | Pace Law School
    Chapter VI Environment British Columbia Environmental Management Act Part 8 British Columbia Forest and Range Practices Act British Columbia Forest Practices Code Colorado Court rules 2009 04 Fiji ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT BILL 2004 Guyana Enivironmental Protection Act 1996 India National Environment Tribunal Act 1995 India National Green Tribunal Act 2010 India The National Environment Appellate Authority Act 1997 Jamaica Natural Resources Conservation Authority Act 1991 Jamaica NRCA Appeals Tribunal Rules 1997 Kenya Environmental Management and Coordination Act 1999 Kenya The National Environmental Tribunal Procedure Rules Liberia EPA Act 2002 Malawi Environmental Management Act 1996 Mauritius Environment Protection Act 2002 Netherlands Environmental Management Act 2004 New South Wales Land and Environment Court Act 1979 New Zealand Resource Management Act 1991 Nigeria Environmental Protection Agency Act 1988 Northern Territory LPM Tribunal Act Northwest Territories Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act Nova Scotia Environment Act Ontario Env Review Tribunal Rules of Practice Pakistan Environmental Protection Act 1997 Pakistan Tribunal Rules PII Philippines A O No 23 2008 Designation of Special Courts Philippines Draft Rule of Procedure for Environmental Cases Queensland Planning and Environment Court Rules 2010 Queensland Practice Direction 2 PEC 2008 Queensland Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 1999 Saskatchewan Surface Rights Acquisition and Compensation Act

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  • About the Judicial Institute | Pace Law School
    a 160 seat auditorium a multi use lecture hall three classrooms two conference rooms and a business center The Institute provides a forum for identification of new and emerging legal technological social criminal and administrative trends affecting the courts continuing education through courses seminars and conferences advanced study of how interdisciplinary influences such as technology medicine ethics and social sciences affect the law and the judicial process and participation in

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