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  • Sabbatical Guidelines and Procedures | Pace Law School
    the year in which the sabbatical is intended to be taken This notice is intended solely to assist the administration in preparing its two year academic schedule and is not binding on either the faculty member or the administration B A faculty member must submit an application for sabbatical leave by October 1 of the academic year preceding the academic year in which the sabbatical leave is intended to be taken The Dean will indicate his or her decision on the application by December 1 of the year preceding the year in which the sabbatical leave is intended to be taken IV The Decision making Process A It is assumed that a sabbatical leave is an integral part of the faculty member s employment Thus where the purpose of a faculty member s last sabbatical leave or a purpose of substantially similar value was achieved the faculty member is presumptively entitled to a sabbatical This presumption may be rebutted where there is in the opinion of the Dean insufficient evidence of the likelihood of success of the proposed sabbatical project in light of An insufficiently detailed sabbatical application The scholarship teaching and service record of the faculty member during the six years prior to the application for sabbatical leave and or The activity of the Faculty member during the immediate preceding sabbatical B The pressing curricular needs of the law school may not be a ground for denial of a sabbatical leave but only for deferral Should such deferral be required it shall be for as short a time as possible with credit toward the next sabbatical running from the time the sabbatical leave would have taken place absent deferral V Terms of the Sabbatical Leave A Because the purpose of a sabbatical leave is to permit the faculty member to pursue a project of academic or professional importance the law school may not ask the faculty member to undertake any administrative responsibilities during a sabbatical leave B A faculty member will be presumed to continue to enjoy all professional benefits to which a faculty member is entitled including but not limited to control of and access to his or her office and the same secretarial administrative and other support services as would be available were the faculty member not on sabbatical leave In addition the grant shall have no negative impact on a faculty member s eligibility for a summer research stipend or research assistant support C The rate of compensation and benefits shall be in accordance with University policy D A faculty member on sabbatical leave may accept another full time position with the approval of the Dean where the position is essential to the fulfillment of the sabbatical objectives E A faculty member who takes a sabbatical leave agrees to return to Pace University School of Law for a minimum of one academic year of full time service immediately following completion of the sabbatical VI Reporting Within three months of the end of the sabbatical leave the

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  • Salary Anomalies Policy and Procedures | Pace Law School
    the annual merit increase available to faculty in respect of annual performance reviews General Procedures The Provost upon recommendation from the Dean shall correct faculty salary anomalies for those faculty members whose salaries are significantly lower to those of similarly situated faculty members The Dean shall appoint a Committee which will advise him or her regarding anomalies in the salaries paid to full time faculty members The Committee will provide advice only to the Dean and to no other person or group It is within the discretion of the Dean to make this advice available to other parties All actions and proceedings of the Committee will remain confidential and no record of its deliberations will be released to any other body The advice that the Committee provides to the Dean will include specific recommendations for action to be taken in the case of any salary anomalies identified by the Committee and a general description of the basis for these recommendations The Committee will provide a written annual report to the Dean and to the Provost summarizing its work during the previous year Composition of the Committee The Committee will consist of three regular full time faculty members of the Pace Law School Process The Committee will have access on a confidential basis to salary data not including administrative stipends for all regular full time faculty members of the Pace Law School except the Dean No later than February 28 th of any year any faculty member may make a formal request to the Dean for an adjustment to correct a perceived salary anomaly The Dean shall refer the request to the Chair of the Committee The request shall include all relevant material to be considered by the Committee in light of this policy The Dean may make a recommendation to the Committee as part of the annual salary review regarding a perceived salary anomaly The recommendation may be made in response to a request from a faculty member or on the initiative of the Dean Notification may be sent to the Provost Where time permits the Dean will refer all recommendations regarding perceived salary anomalies to the Committee for its advice The Dean may also refer cases to the Committee that have not been identified under the procedures outlined above If the Provost upon recommendation from the Dean takes action to correct a salary anomaly before the reference to the Committee the Committee shall be informed of such action The Committee will advise the Dean and the Provost on all cases referred to it and will summarize the reasons for any recommendation it may make In addition the Committee on its own initiative may make recommendations to the Provost regarding perceived salary anomalies that have not been identified under the procedures outlined above The final decision of whether to approve a special salary adjustment to correct a salary anomaly rests with the Provost The Provost will report the decision and its rationale to the Dean and the Committee as appropriate

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  • Selling Photocopies Materials in the Bookstore | Pace Law School
    Policy on Outside Employment Professional Association Reimbursement Policy Professional Development of Scholarship Sabbatical Guidelines and Procedures Salary Anomalies Policy and Procedures Selling Photocopies Materials in the Bookstore Staff Assistant Work Priorities Guidelines Travel Funding Policy Use of Facilities by External Groups Visiting Scholar Policy 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 Faculty Portal Faculty Portal Home Administrative Policies Selling Photocopies Materials in the Bookstore Office of Responsibility Finance and Administration ext 4225 In general Faculty members may photocopy as free handouts up to 100 pages for each of the students in their courses Faculty and staff will to the extent possible use TWEN to distribute materials to their students Except for courses that require handouts of current materials on short notice or on an ongoing basis throughout the term Faculty members who wish to hand out more than 100 pages per student will make their best efforts to arrange for the distribution of those materials through the bookstore or through TWEN Materials to be photocopied by Graphics for sale by the Bookstore must include the following A cover page that includes a notice informing students of the civil and criminal liabilities associated with their reproducing the materials The notice will be prepared by University Counsel Copies of releases from all authors or holders of copyrights that Pace Law School has permission to photocopy the materials A graphics form signed by the Assistant Dean and Registrar Nilda Rodriguez indicating a quantity that is 80 of the anticipated enrollment in the course Graphics will be able to produce additional quantities of materials on two days notice if additional copies are

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  • Staff Assistant Work Priorities Guidelines | Pace Law School
    Photocopying Guidelines Policy Against Discrimination Harassment and Retaliation Policy and Procedures for Dean s Award Policy on Outside Employment Professional Association Reimbursement Policy Professional Development of Scholarship Sabbatical Guidelines and Procedures Salary Anomalies Policy and Procedures Selling Photocopies Materials in the Bookstore Staff Assistant Work Priorities Guidelines Travel Funding Policy Use of Facilities by External Groups Visiting Scholar Policy 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 Faculty Portal Faculty Portal Home Administrative Policies Staff Assistant Work Priorities Guidelines Office of Responsibility Finance and Administration ext 4225 In order to work more efficiently and fairly with our staff assistants the Law School recognizes the need to establish priorities with respect to the kinds of Law School work that staff assistants can be expected to do and to share with Faculty an appreciation of the conflicting demands on staff assistant time In general staff assistants work with five or six faculty members Thus any individual faculty member can reasonably expect no more than 15 to 20 of a staff assistant s time or approximately five to six hours per week Faculty members must understand that their assistants are juggling work from many of their colleagues and thus must not demand priority treatment When staff assistants need to allocate their time we have asked them to perform work according to the following priorities Examinations Syllabus course outlines General classwork for courses Student related correspondence Research and Scholarship Conferences Events Program work General Law School administrative work Other work Staff assistants may work on Pro Bono matters that involve a significant amount of staff time or University resources e g postage etc

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  • Travel Funding Policy | Pace Law School
    Sabbatical Guidelines and Procedures Salary Anomalies Policy and Procedures Selling Photocopies Materials in the Bookstore Staff Assistant Work Priorities Guidelines Travel Funding Policy Use of Facilities by External Groups Visiting Scholar Policy 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 Faculty Portal Faculty Portal Home Administrative Policies Travel Funding Policy Faculty Conference and Travel Funding Policy Updated June 6 2009 Faculty members are encouraged to attend and present at academic and professional conferences In addition to raising the scholarly profile of the participant such participation enhances the reputation of Pace Law School For the fiscal year July 1 2009 to June 30 2010 2 000 will be set aside for each member of the tenure track and tenured faculty to cover the reasonable costs of conference attendance including the AALS conference Reasonable costs of conference attendance include by way of illustration and not by way of limitation travel registration fees meals and lodging Within and subject to University rules and regulations regarding professional travel and fees each faculty member may decide for himself or herself how and when to spend his or her conference budget As long as requests for reimbursement fall under the 2 000 cumulative annual budget and comply with applicable University rules advance approval for academic or professional conference attendance is not required Please keep in mind that we are subject to University rules that establish daily limits on reimbursements for meals requirements for low cost air travel and requirements for modest level lodging accommodations Funds will not be rolled over from year to year and may not be used for anything other than academic or

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  • Guidelines For Use of Facilities of the Law School Campus by External Groups | Pace Law School
    University Search form Search You are here Home Faculty Faculty Portal Faculty Portal Home Administrative Policies Guidelines For Use of Facilities of the Law School Campus by External Groups Managed by Assistant Dean for Finance and Administration ext 4225 This policy is intended to clarify the procedures and process for approval by the Law School of requests for use of the Law School campus by external groups Subject to all University policies and in furtherance of its commitment to public interest law Pace Law School undertakes to assist the legal services community by making its facilities available to not for profit groups free of charge in accordance with the following guidelines The date and time of the proposed program should not interfere with the ability of the Law School to meet its primary educational mission and the needs of students Faculty and staff Room rental charges alone will be waived All other charges such as those imposed by Educational Media Food Services Security or other service departments will be the responsibility of the outside group Room arrangements will not be confirmed until the not for profit group has agreed in writing to be responsible for the Law School s expenses incurred in connection with the use of the space Subject to Section 5 the Law School will make its facilities available only to not for profit groups for the purposes of holding meetings conferences training programs or other events deemed educational in nature Groups sponsoring non educational programs will not be permitted the use of Pace Law School facilities Not for profit groups will not be permitted to hold functions for which any fee is charged unless the event is being co sponsored by the Law School or that compete with existing programs e g CLE Land Use Center etc

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  • Errol A. Adams | Pace Law School
    Adams Errol A Adams Electronic Services Reference Librarian B A John Jay College of Criminal Justice J D Touro Law Center M L I S St John s University Email eadams2 law pace edu Office 201F Gerber Glass Phone 914 422 4414 Fax 914 422 4412 Errol Adams joined Pace Law School Library as the Electronic Services Reference Librarian in January 2016 In this role he develops and manages online research guides serving as the content editor for the Library s website the Library s portion of the intranet and all social media He was previously the law librarian at The College of The Bahamas in Nassau New Providence The Bahamas In that position he managed the Law Collection assisted in coaching the Vis moot court team and contributed to marketing the law collection Errol also worked in several other libraries including Kaye Scholer LLP the New York State Unified Court System s Civil Court the New York City Department of Correction on Riker s Island and Reed Smith LLP Errol is an active member of several professional organizations including the American Association of Law Libraries AALL and the Caribbean Association of Law Libraries CARALL where he served on committees He is also a member of the Law Library Association of Greater New York LLAGNY for which he has served on the executive board In 2003 Errol received his J D from Touro Law Center where he served as Business Editor of Touro International Law Review He went on to earn a master s degree in library and information science from St John s University in 2011 Errol holds a bachelor of arts in judicial studies from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City Publications The Law Collection formerly the Law Library of Library and Instructional Media

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  • Alice Pidgeon | Pace Law School
    Pidgeon Alice Pidgeon Head of Technical Services B A Marymount Manhattan College M S L S Simmons College apidgeon law pace edu 914 422 4280 Alice started at Pace Law Library as the Acquisitions Librarian and has been the Head of Technical Services since 1993 Before coming to Pace she worked at the University of New Haven Library in Reference Acquisitions and as Technical Services Librarian She also worked as

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