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  • Audrey Rogers | Pace Law School
    Domestic Violence Cases From Recantation to Refusal to Testify published in the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law She is currently the co editor of the New York State Bar Association Health Law Journal Professor Rogers is actively involved in a number of community service organizations and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Chappaqua Summer Scholarship Program and the Westchester Rockland chapter of the Anti Defamation League Courses Criminal Law Civil Procedure I Family Law Computer Law Publications Law Review Articles Death By Bullying A Comparative Causation Approach Pace Law Review forthcoming From Peer To Peer Networks To Cloud Computing How Technology Is Redefining Child Pornography Laws 87 St John s Law Review 1013 2013 Protecting Children on the Internet Mission Impossible 61 Baylor Law Review 323 2009 Child Pornography s Forgotten Victims 28 Pace Law Review 847 2008 Playing Hide and Seek How to Protect Virtual Pornographers and Actual Children on the Internet 50 Villanova Law Review 87 2005 New Technology Old Defenses Internet Sting Operations and Attempt Liability 38 University of Richmond Law Review 477 2004 Accomplice Liability for Unintentional Crimes Remaining within the Constraints of Intent 31 Loy L A L Rev 1351 1998 Prosecutorial Use of Expert Testimony in Domestic Violence Cases From Recantation to Refusal to Testify 8 Colum J Gender L 67 1998 New Insights on Waiver and the Inadvertent Disclosure of Privileged Materials Attorney Responsibility as the Governing Precept 47 Florida Law Review 159 1995 Reprinted at 46 Defense Law Journal 363 1997 Journal Articles Kozlow Court Deals Blow to Internet Sting Operations New York Law Journal Aug 21 2006 at 4 Impossibility Fantasy and the Internet Presented at the 16 th Annual Conference of the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law Attempting the Unintended Analyzing the Scope

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  • Merril Sobie | Pace Law School
    City Family Court and as assistant to the director of administration of the Courts First Judicial Department Courses Family Law Juvenile Justice Publications Books New York Family Court Practice with Cheryl J Bradley 2006 updated annually Standards and Commentaries for Representing Children New York State Bar Association 2004 McKinney s Practice Commentaries to the Domestic Relations Law and the Family Court Act 1987 present Law Guardian Representation Standards with the New York State Bar Association Committee on Children and the Law Albany N Y New York State Bar Association 2d ed 1999 Law Guardian Representation Standards Volume II Custody Cases With Lucia B Whisenand and the New York State Bar Association Committee on Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare Albany N Y New York State Bar Association 1992 Initiating Family Court Appeals An Overview for Law Guardians Albany N Y Law Guardian Backup Center 1988 The Creation of Juvenile Justice A History of New York s Children s Laws Albany New York Bar Foundation 1987 Law Guardians in New York State A Study of the Legal Representation of Children with Jane Knitzer Albany New York State Bar Association 1984 The Juvenile Offender Act A Study of the Act s Effectiveness and Impact on the New York Juvenile Justice System New York Foundation for Child Development 1981 Chapter Rights of the Child Charged with Violating the Law chapter in Children s Rights in America U N Convention on the Rights of the Child Compared with United States Law Chicago Il American Bar Association Center on Children and the Law 1990 Articles Pity the Child The Age of Delinquency in New York Pace Law Review 2010 The Child Client Representing Children in Child Protective Proceedings 22 Touro Law Review 745 2006 Commentaries for the Family Court Act and the Domestic Relations Law in

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  • Honorable Sharon A. M. Aarons | Pace Law School
    Award Faculty Portal 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 Faculty Adjunct Faculty Honorable Sharon A M Aarons Supreme Court Justice of the State of New York Trial Advocacy BA New York University JD City University of New York

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  • Stanley N. Alpert | Pace Law School
    an Assistant U S Attorney for the Eastern District of New York where he was Chief of Environmental Litigation and had many trials and appeals involving contracts torts and environmental matters As Chief of Environmental Litigation he prosecuted defended and supervised complex environmental civil and criminal cases under CERCLA RCRA NEPA Clean Air Act Clean Water Act Safe Drinking Water Act Ocean Dumping Act the Endangered Species Act and other regulatory schemes Mr Alpert received many awards including the Henry L Stimson Medal for Outstanding Performance as an Assistant U S Attorney by the Association of the Bar for the City of New York He twice received the Justice Department s Director s Award for Superior Performance Mr Alpert was also a commercial and real estate litigation associate at Kaye Scholer LLP and a federal judicial law clerk to the Honorable Edward B Davis in Miami He also served subsequently as Plaintiffs Liaison Counsel in a federal multi district litigation representing municipalities in the cleanup of MTBE At Schlam Mr Alpert represents clients in commercial litigation and arbitration as well as environmental land use and business issues He lectures frequently on green building carbon regulation and green business both at

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  • Robert Y. Altchiler | Pace Law School
    and other financial crimes as well as a wiretap and investigation concerning a plot to assassinate a prominent NYC judge In 2010 Altchiler LLC joined a strategic alliance with CMLG Cornwall Street Chambers preeminent Media Law Team located in Birmingham United Kingdom Through the alliance Altchiler LLC and CMLG offer clients global representation designed to enhance the protection of clients rights in the United Kingdom and United States CMLG are the only barristers outside of London to offer such a unique service to the media and entertainment industry and was recently voted the top media law firm in the UK Robert graduated from the George Washington University Law School formerly The National Law Center Prior to GW Robert graduated with honors from the Business School at the State University of New York at Albany in 1985 He is also a 1996 graduate of the National Criminal Defense College and a 1997 graduate of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy s Harvard Teacher Training Program In recent years Robert has Represented an individual accused of misappropriating and disseminating an unreleased Apple operating system The individual had confessed and reneged on an agreement to cooperate with the federal government Robert resolved the investigation without any charges against the client and without any cooperation by the client with the government Represented a business owner under indictment in a multi million dollar insurance fraud prosecution in which Robert obtained an outright dismissal of the entire indictment on motion of the government as jury selection was about to commence Represented two securities brokers in connection with a high profile federal and state fraud investigation in which Robert was able to favorably resolve all licensing issues by effectively utilizing administrative cooperation rules and policies Represented a law firm in connection with multiple state and federal investigations into its involvement in fraudulent mortgages obtained pursuant to a not for profit loan program All investigations were resolved without charges and without any negative licensing implications Represented a subject building owner and property manager in connection with a joint federal and state arson homicide investigation Robert successfully positioned his clients as merely witnesses with no criminal responsibility Represented a target officer of a company under federal investigation in connection with government contracts and tax fraud for their handling of multi million dollar U S government contracts over the course of several years The client did not cooperate and was not charged Represented a contractor who had search warrants executed at his business pursuant to allegations of fraud related to labor union funds The investigation was resolved without any criminal charges without cooperation and without any negative implications on the client s ability to participate in public works projects Altchiler LLC conducts corporate investigations when appropriate and when the client instructs refers the results to law enforcement for prosecution In one recent example a corporate CEO knew assets and materials were being diverted by employees and that the corporation was bleeding money as a result The CEO needed assistance in

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  • Tracey S. Alter | Pace Law School
    Law School Professor Tracey S Alter is presently the director of the Family Court Legal Program of the Women s Justice Center and has been an attorney with the Center since 2006 providing advice and representation related to family law matters including orders of protection and child support to victims of domestic violence Previously Professor Alter represented the New York City Office of Child Support Enforcement and Department of Social

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  • Jennifer Brewster Arlin | Pace Law School
    Arlin BA Dartmouth College JD The College of William and Mary After graduating from the Marshall Wythe School of Law at The College of William and Mary in 1992 where she was a member of the William and Mary Law Review Jennifer Arlin served as a Senior Court Attorney in the New York State Supreme Court Appellate Division and as a Motions Law Clerk in the United States Court of

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  • Charles M. Arnold | Pace Law School
    Search You are here Home Faculty Adjunct Faculty Charles M Arnold BA Salve Regina University JD Brooklyn Law School Charles Martin Arnold is the managing partner of Lerner Arnold Winston LLP His practice is devoted to the representation of plaintiffs in serious personal injury matters He is an active member of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association as well as the New York State Bar Association Trial Lawyers section

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