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  • David N. Dorfman | Pace Law School
    of Chicago JD Chicago Kent College of Law Contact ddorfman law pace edu 914 422 4195 Office P313 Assistant Susanna Della Ruffa Office P312 314 914 422 4259 Office Hours Contact professor directly to schedule an appointment Links CV Professor David N Dorfman Before joining Pace Law School in 1995 Prof Dorfman taught Lawyering skills and techniques at NYU Law School From 1987 1993 he was a criminal defense trial attorney at the Legal Aid Society Criminal Defense Division in Brooklyn NY Prof Dorfman brought many cases to jury and bench verdict while defending many other criminal clients through pre trial hearings and final dispositions He wrote numerous motions briefs and memoranda of law Prior to law school he received an Art Critics Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts As a freelance writer he wrote both for publication and for grants specifically on art criticism and aesthetic theory topics Professor Dorfman teaches and supervises the Barbara Salken Criminal Justice Clinic which represents indigent defendants charged with misdemeanor crimes in the County of the Bronx He also teaches doctrinal courses specializing in Criminal Law and Procedure Courses Criminal Justice Clinic Seminar Criminal Procedure Investigation Criminal Law Interviewing Counseling and

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  • Leslie Yalof Garfield | Pace Law School
    She previously served as the chair of the AALS Section on Academic Support Professor Garfield has received several awards during her tenure at Pace including the Ottinger Prize for Faculty Achievement 2012 2013 2003 2004 the Goettel Prize for Faculty Scholarship 2012 and Professor of the Year 2014 voted by the 2014 graduating class Professor Garfield regularly lectures nationally most often on issues concerning Affirmative Action and Social Media Law Courses Commercial Law UCC Article 2 Contracts Criminal Law Social Media Law Torts Publications Selected Articles Internet Robin Hoods The Legality of Punishing Unauthorized Cyber Police work in progress Ratings Fetishism New York University Law Review Social Change Winter 2015 The Paradox of Race Conscious Labels 79 Brooklyn Law Review 1523 Fall 2014 Affirmative Action 1996 Present and Beyond Contemporary Perspectives on Affirmative Action J Beckman ed Praeger Press 2013 The Inevitable Irrelevance of Affirmative Action Jurisprudence 39 J Col U L 1 2013 The Death of Slander 35 Colum J L Arts 17 2011 winner of the 2012 Goettel Prize for Faculty Scholarship The Case for a Criminal Law Theory of Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress 4 Crim L Brief 33 2010 Don t Count Them Out Just Yet Toward the Plausible Use of Race Preference Student Assignment Plans 10 Rutgers Race and the Law Review 340 2008 Adding Colors to the Chameleon Why the Supreme Court May Adopt a New Compelling Governmental Interest Test for Race Preference Student Assignment Plans 56 Kansas Law Review 101 2008 The Glass Half Full Envisioning the Future of Race Preference Policies 63 New York University Annual Survey of the Law 385 2007 The Cost of Good Intentions Why the Supreme Court s Decision Upholding Affirmative Action Admission Programs is Detrimental to the Cause 27 Pace Law Review 15 2006 Back to Bakke Defining the Strict Scrutiny Test for Affirmative Action Policies Aimed at Achieving Diversity in the Classroom 83 Nebraska Law Review 631 2005 Finding Success in the Caldron of Competition The Effectiveness of Academic Support Programs 2004 Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal 1 2004 with Kelly Koenig Levi Back to the Future Does Apprendi Bar a Legislature s Power to Shift the Burden of Proof Away from the Prosecution by Labeling an Element of a Traditional Crime as an Affirmative Defense 35 Connecticut Law Review 1351 2003 The Academic Support Student in the Year 2010 69 University of Missouri Kansas City Law Review 491 2001 A More Principled Approach to Criminalizing Carelessness A Prescription for the Legislature 65 Tennessee Law Review 875 1998 Hopwood v Texas Strict in Theory or Fatal in Fact 34 San Diego Law Review 992 1997 Squaring Affirmative Action Admissions Policies with Federal Judicial Guidelines A Model for the Twenty First Century 22 Journal of College University Law 895 1996 Curtailment of Early Election Predictions Can We Predict the Outcome 36 University of Florida Law Review 489 1984 Other Writings by Professor Garfield Criminal Defense Techniques Matthew Bender Pub 2008 2013 Prisoner s Rights Litigation

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  • Irene D. Johnson | Pace Law School
    via e mail to schedule an appointment Links CV SSRN Before coming to Pace in 1978 Professor Johnson was a law clerk for The Honorable Paul R Hays of the U S Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit Her comprehensive article on personal jurisdiction in federal question suits received the Dean s Prize for faculty publications in 1984 In recent years she has devoted herself to helping students in academic difficulty improve performances on law school examinations She has served as advisor to Pace s Moot Court Board Professor Johnson teaches Wills Intestate Succession and Trusts Creditors Rights and Bankruptcy and a number of Commercial Law courses Courses Commercial Law Payment Systems Secured Transactions Wills Trusts and Estates Publications Articles There s a Will But No Way Whatever Happened to the Doctrine of Testamentary Freedom and What Can Should We Do to Restore It 4 Est Plan Cmty Prop L J 105 2011 Preventing Identity Theft and Other Financial Abuses Perpetrated Against Vulnerable Members of Society Keeping the Horse in the Barn Rather than Litigating over the Cause and or Consequences of His Leaving 79 UMKC Law Rev 99 2010 A Suggested Solution to the Problem of Intestate Succession

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  • Thomas M. McDonnell | Pace Law School
    articles on international law international human rights law lawyering and legal writing and research He was the principal author of an amicus curiae brief to the New York Court of Appeals on a right to counsel issue Professor McDonnell teaches International Law International Human Rights Law and Criminal Law and helps coach the Jessup International Moot Court Team He also teaches Legal Writing in the New Directions Program Before joining the Pace faculty Professor McDonnell was director of the Department of Legal Research and Writing and Appellate Advocacy at the University of Florida College of Law Prior to that he was acting director of the Legal Skills Program at California Western School of Law and taught legal research and writing as well as pretrial and appellate advocacy at University of Puget Sound School of Law Admitted in New York and California Professor McDonnell has worked in Legal Services representing the indigent and in private practice For Legal Services he practiced consumer immigration and housing law As a private practitioner he focused on consumer law immigration law social security law and criminal appeals Professor McDonnell has served as the Co Chair of the Teaching International Law Interest Group of the American Society of International Law ASIL 2008 2011 and as Chair of the American Association of Law Schools Section on Legal Writing Reasoning and Research 2004 2005 He is currently a member of ASIL s Midyear Conference Planning Committee Courses Criminal Law International Human Rights International Law Constitutional Law Publications Book The United States International Law and the Struggle Against Terrorism revised paperback edition Routledge 2011 Read chapter 1 The West s Colonization of Muslim Land and the Rise of Islamic Fundamentalism The United States International Law and the Struggle against Terrorism Routledge 2009 Articles Sow What You Reap Using Predator and Reaper Drones to Target and Kill Suspected Islamic Terrorists 44 Geo Wash Int l L Rev 243 2012 The Death Penalty An Obstacle to the War on Terrorism 37 Vand J Transnat l L 353 2004 Targeting the Foreign Born by Race and Nationality Counterproductive in the War on Terrorism 16 Pace Int l L Rev 19 2004 Cluster Bombs over Kosovo A Violation of International Law 44 Ariz L Rev 31 2002 Playing Beyond the Rules A Realist and Rhetoric Based Approach to Researching the Law and Solving Legal Problems 67 UMKC L Rev 286 1998 Defensively Invoking Treaties in American Courts Jurisdictional Challenges Under the U N Drug Trafficking Convention by Foreign Defendants Kidnapped Abroad by U S Agents 37 Wm Mary L Rev 1401 1996 Joining Hands and Smarts Teaching Manual Legal Research Through Collaborative Learning Groups 40 J Legal Educ 363 1990 Blog Postings United States the Egyptian Coup and the Threat of Terrorism in INTERNATIONAL LAW PROF BLOG Sept 11 2013 The Death Penalty and the Boston Bomber in PACE CRIMINAL JUSTICE BLOG Apr 29 2013 Expanding the Executive s Power to Kill The US Justice Department s Memo in INTERNATIONAL LAW PROF BLOG

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  • Randolph M. McLaughlin | Pace Law School
    was an attorney associated with Meyer Suozzi English Klein with whom he did litigation and labor law work In 1978 he began his legal career at the Center for Constitutional Rights a civil rights civil liberties legal organization in New York City For eight years he worked side by side with the renowned civil rights attorney William Kunstler fighting for the rights of activists and the communities across the country While there he was responsible for the management and coordination of important civil rights civil liberties cases at the trial and appellate levels and he pioneered the development of a legal strategy to redress incidents of racially motivated violence In 1982 he won an award of 535 000 for five black women who had been attacked by members of the Chattanooga Ku Klux Klan Professor McLaughlin specializes in voting rights litigation In 1991 after he filed a voting rights challenge to the election of New Rochelle s City Council the city changed its method of electing council members On February 20 1997 Professor McLaughlin won a landmark victory in a voting rights case against the Town of Hempstead NY A federal judge ruled that the town wide method of electing the Town Council was discriminatory and ordered that the system be dismantled In 1997 Professor McLaughlin agreed to represent the family of Charles Campbell who had been killed during a dispute over a parking space in Dobbs Ferry N Y The shooter an off duty New York City police officer was subsequently convicted of second degree murder and sentenced to a prison term of twenty years to life Professor McLaughlin filed suit against the shooter his alleged accomplices and won a 5 million dollar verdict in federal court In 2007 he intervened on behalf of an Hispanic political activist in

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  • Marie Stefanini Newman | Pace Law School
    University of Pennsylvania School of Law as an adjunct lecturer there she taught Research in Federal and State Law Professor Newman was the associate director of the Pace Law Library from 1993 until 1998 when she became the acting director she was appointed the director of the Law Library in 1999 She has taught Advanced Legal Research an upper level elective course at Pace since 1995 She has written in the areas of women and bankruptcy legal education and international sales of goods Her article published in the Law Library Journal concerns quality control procedures for legal databases on the Internet a subject on which she spoke at the 1998 meeting of the Association of American Law Schools This article won the Law Library Journal Article of the Year Award in July 2000 Professor Newman served as a member of the West Legal Research and Writing Advisory Board and is on the advisory board of LLMC a consortium of libraries devoted to providing economical access to a wide range of legal and law related materials in digital form Courses Advanced Legal Research Publications Book Remedies for Non Performance Perspectives from CISG UNIDROIT Principles and PECL Marie Stefanini Newman ed 2007 Chapters CISG Sources and Researching the CISG in International Sales Law A Global Challenge 37 Larry DiMatteo ed 2014 Albert Kritzer Pioneer of Open Access to International Private Law in Sharing International Commercial Law across National Boundaries Festschrift for Albert H Kritzer on the Occasion of his Eightieth Birthday 361 Camilla B Andersen Ulrich G Schroeter eds 2008 Legal Research in The Law School Experience Law Legal Reasoning and Lawyering 56 68 Lissa Griffin and Bennett L Gershman eds 2000 Articles LibGuides Blog Posts and Articles Oh My Library supported Portfolio Pieces for Law School Students and Graduates AALL Spectrum

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  • Jason Parkin | Pace Law School
    edu 914 422 4419 Office P404 E Assistant Miguel Sanchez Robles 914 422 4609 Office P404 K Office Hours Contact professor via email or call assistant to schedule an appointment Links CV Jason Parkin joined the Pace Law School faculty in 2012 Professor Parkin is the founder and director of the Neighborhood Justice Clinic a clinic that represents individuals and organizations in both litigation and non litigation matters related to workers rights and other issues affecting low income communities in Westchester County In 2015 he received the Pace Law School Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching During the 2015 2016 academic year Professor Parkin will be a visiting professor at Yale Law School Prior to joining the Pace faculty Professor Parkin was a Robert M Cover Fellow and Clinical Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School where he co taught the Legal Services for Immigrant Communities Clinic a community lawyering clinic that provides a wide range of civil legal services to New Haven s immigrant communities Professor Parkin is a former senior staff attorney in the New York Legal Assistance Group s Special Litigation Unit where he primarily litigated class actions challenging systemic violations of low income New Yorkers rights to various government benefits and services with a focus on enforcing the rights of immigrants and low wage workers Following law school he clerked for Judge Robert P Patterson Jr of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York and Judge Julio M Fuentes of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit Professor Parkin s teaching and scholarship focus on poverty law administrative law immigration law public law remedies and law and social change Courses Neighborhood Justice Clinic Publications Articles Due Process Disaggregation 90 Notre Dame Law Review 283 2014 winner of the

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  • Karl R. Rábago | Pace Law School
    University with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Business Management Karl is an attorney University of Texas Law School J D with Honors with post doctorate degrees in environmental LL M Pace University School of Law and military law LL M US Army Judge Advocate General s School A veteran of more than 12 years in the US Army he served as an Armored Cavalry officer and member of the Judge Advocate General s Corps and is Airborne and Ranger qualified Follow Karl s twitter feed rabagoenergy or through his website www rabagoenergy com Courses Energy Law Publications Selected Articles The Value of Solar Tariff Net Metering 2 0 The ICER Chronicle Ed 1 p 46 International Confederation of Energy Regulators December 2013 A Regulator s Guidebook Calculating the Benefits and Costs of Distributed Solar Generation co author Interstate Renewable Energy Council October 2013 The Value of Solar Rate Designing An Improved Residential Solar Tariff Solar Industry Vol 6 No 1 Feb 2013 A Review of Barriers to Biofuels Market Development in the United States 2 Environmental Energy Law Policy Journal 179 2008 A Strategy for Developing Stationary Biodiesel Generation Cumberland Law Review Vol 36 p 461 2006 Evaluating Fuel Cell Performance through Industry Collaboration co author Fuel Cell Magazine 2005 Applications of Life Cycle Assessment to NatureWorks Polylactide PLA Production co author Polymer Degradation and Stability 80 403 19 2003 An Energy Resource Investment Strategy for the City of San Francisco Scenario Analysis of Alternative Electric Resource Options contributing author Prepared for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Rocky Mountain Institute 2002 Small Is Profitable The Hidden Economic Benefits of Making Electrical Resources the Right Size co author Rocky Mountain Institute 2002 Socio Economic and Legal Issues Related to an Evaluation of the Regulatory Structure of the Retail

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