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  • Larry D. Thompson, Esq., General Counsel, Pepsico | Pace Law School
    most prominent lawyers in business and government you Larry D Thompson exemplify the knowledge and values that are necessary to be an effective and ethical leader As senior vice president government affairs general counsel and secretary for PepsiCo Inc you oversee the corporation s worldwide legal function as well as its government affairs organization and the company s charitable foundation The son of a railroad laborer from Hannibal Missouri you graduated cum laude in 1967 with a bachelor s degree in sociology from Culver Stockton College You went on to earn a master s and a law degree from the University of Michigan You have had a long and impressive career in government service As deputy attorney general of the U S Department of Justice President George W Bush asked you to head the Corporate Fraud Task Force in 2002 where you were responsible for the investigation and prosecution of a number of high profile cases including those involving Enron and WorldCom You were also named to lead the National Security Coordination Council by Attorney General John Ashcroft During your confirmation hearing in 2002 Senator Diane Feinstein made the following remark First of all Mr Thompson yours was one of the finest opening statements I ve heard since I ve been on this committee I m really very pleased to cast my vote for you And I won t take up any time If I were to ask you questions they d probably be pretty softball You most recently served as a senior fellow with The Brookings Institution in Washington D C Previously you were a partner in the Atlanta Georgia law firm of King Spalding From 1982 to 1986 you served as the U S attorney for the Northern District of Georgia In that role you directed the Southeastern

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  • Mark Malloch Brown, United Nations Chief of Staff | Pace Law School
    adviser and World Bank official you have worked with politicians and executives from across the globe to address the needs of people in developing countries As administrator of the United Nations Development Program UNDP since 1999 you have reformed the UN s largest agency raising more than 3 billion a year for programs to promote democracy fight poverty protect the environment and address the impact of HIV AIDS Now as UN chief of staff you are helping the secretary general lead a wide reform effort to modernize the UN A British citizen you received an honors degree in history from Cambridge University and came to the United States to earn a master s degree in political science from the University of Michigan In 1977 you began work as a political correspondent for The Economist You went on to found and edit the Economist Development Report a monthly chronicle on the aid community and the political economy for development From 1986 to 1994 you were lead international partner for the Sawyer Miller Group a consulting firm where you advised corporations governments and political candidates In this role you worked on many campaigns across the developing world including successfully advising Corazon Aquino when she ran against Ferdinand Marcos for president of the Philippines You began working for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees UNHCR in 1979 Initially stationed in Thailand you were in charge of field operations for Cambodian refugees Later as deputy chief of the emergency unit in Geneva you undertook missions in the Horn of Africa and Central America In 1981 you were among the UNHCR staff who received the Nobel Peace Prize From 1994 to 1999 you served at the World Bank first as director for external affairs and then as vice president for external affairs and United

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  • Raymond W. Kelly, New York City Police Commissioner | Pace Law School
    enforcement officer you Raymond W Kelly have seen and confronted dangers few can imagine And as police commissioner of the City of New York you are committed to serving and protecting the greatest city in the world and we honor you for your dedication your bravery and your vigilance A combat veteran of the Vietnam War you retired as a colonel from the Marine Corps Reserves after 30 years of service You hold a bachelor of business administration from Manhattan College a juris doctor from St John s University School of Law a master of laws from New York University Graduate School of Law and a master s degree in public administration from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University You spent 31 years in the New York City Police Department serving in 25 different commands You were appointed police commissioner from 1992 to 1994 and led the department through the investigation of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing As commissioner you established a firm commitment to community policing in order to create a more visible uniformed presence on the street President Bill Clinton named you director of the International Police Monitors in Haiti a U S led force responsible for ending human rights abuses and establishing an interim police force there For this service you were awarded the Exceptionally Meritorious Service Commendation by the President and the Commander s Medal for Public Service by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff From 1996 to 1998 you were under secretary for enforcement at the U S Treasury Department There you supervised the department s enforcement bureaus including the U S Customs Service the U S Secret Service the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network and the Office

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  • Hon. Sonia Sotomayor, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit | Pace Law School
    the Second Judicial Circuit in particular benefit from your solid judicial experience Even in our postmodern deconstructionist society when the reality of impartiality seems at times illusory you have proven that you maintain the rule of law uphold the U S Constitution and administer justice impartially and fairly according to law Your progressively stellar career is evidence of your hard work and intelligence as well as your dedication to public service You grew up in the Bronx New York In 1976 you earned your BA from Princeton University and graduated summa cum laude You also won honorable mention for your senior thesis in Latin American Studies In 1979 you earned your J D from Yale Law School During your years at Yale you served as editor of the Yale Law Journal and as managing editor of the Yale Studies in World Public Order You began your legal career in 1979 as an assistant district attorney in the New York County District Attorney s Office As an ADA you were responsible for the investigation and evaluation of felony cases grand jury presentations pretrial motion practice bench and jury trials appellate briefs and arguments From 1984 to 1992 you practiced law as an associate and later as a partner with the firm of Pavia Harcourt in New York City At Pavia Harcourt you handled international commercial litigation including the drafting of pleadings pretrial discovery depositions and trials You also gained extensive experience in the arbitration of commercial and commodity export trading cases From 1992 to 1998 you presided as a U S district judge for the Southern District of New York Your 1992 appointment for which President Bush nominated you made you the first Hispanic woman to serve on a federal bench Since 1998 you have been presiding as a U S

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  • Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot | Pace Law School
    12 co captain Andrew Cassady 13 Advanced to the top 16 out of 285 teams Genavieve Shingle 12 won third best oralist award The team thanks amazing coach Professor Linda Wayner Held in Vienna each spring this moot is the world s premier international commercial law moot court Founded by Pace Law School this competition is named for Professor Vis who was a highly respected scholar and former Pace Law faculty member The moot involves an arbitration of a contract of sale between two parties in countries that are parties to the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods This moot provides experience in commercial litigation skills and provides an opportunity for students to develop commercial law expertise The research for this moot begins in the fall semester and continues through the spring at which time two briefs are due Selected students within the Vis team travel to Vienna All team members regardless of their selection to travel to Vienna are entitled to earn 2 credits for their participation Competing with the Vis team in Vienna was an incredible experience Using various international rules and laws including the UNCITRAL Model Law Convention of International Sale of

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  • On-Campus Interview Program | Pace Law School
    the most up to date list of participating employers Representative Employers Attorney General of Washington www atg wa gov Beveridge Diamond PC www bdlaw com Bronx County District Attorney s Office www bronxda nyc gov Cadwalader Wickersham Taft LLP www cadwalader com Carter Ledyard Milburn LLP www clm com Chadbourne Parke LLP www chadbourne com Cole Schotz Meisel Forman Leonard P A www coleschotz com Connell Foley LLP www connellfoley com Cravath Swaine Moore LLP www cravath com Cuddy Feder LLP www cuddyfeder com Debevoise Plimpton LLP www debevoise com Downey Brand LLP www downeybrand com Environmental Protection Agency Office of General Counsel www epa gov ogc Ernst Young www ey com Fitzpatrick Cella Harper Scinto www fitzpatrickcella com Fried Frank Harris Shriver Jacobson LLP www friedfrank com Frommer Lawrence Haug LLP www flhlaw com Harter Secrest Emery LLP www hselaw com Hodgson Russ LLP www hodgsonruss com Kings County District Attorney s Office www brooklynda org K L Gates LLP www klgates com Kenyon Kenyon LLP www kenyon com Kissel Hirsch Wilmer www kplaw net Latham Watkins LLP www lw com Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz Mentlik LLP www ldlkm com Manko Gold Katcher Fox LLP www mgkflaw com Martin Clearwater Bell LLP www mcblaw com McCarter English LLP www mccarter com McCarthy Fingar LLP www mfdds com Miami Date State Attorney s Office www miamisao com Nassau County District Attorney s Office www nassaucountyny gov agencies DA index html New York City Law Department www nyc gov law New York County District Attorney s Office www manhattanda org NYSE Regulation www nyse com regulation Office of the Queens County District Attorney s Office www queensda org Patterson Belknap Webb Tyler LLP www pbwt com Porzio Bromberg Newman P C www pbnlaw com http www justice gov usao nys Pullman

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  • Media Contacts | Pace Law School
    are here Home Media Contacts Media Contact for Pace Law School Joan Gaylord Manager Media Relations Phone 914 422 4389 Cell 914 262 5597 Fax 914 989 8705 Media Contacts for Pace University Scott Trent Executive Director of Media Relations Phone 212 346 1152 Cell 917 708 0062 Bill Caldwell Manager of Media Relations Phone 212 346 1597 Fax 212 346 1092 Cara Halstead Cea Associate Director of University Relations

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  • Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship Support Pace Law School with “Tickets Fore Charity” | Pace Law School
    Alumni Community You are here Home Alumni Alumni Events Past Alumni Events Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship Support Pace Law School with Tickets Fore Charity The Westchester Country Club in Harrison New York hosted the Constellation Energy Senior Players Championship from August 17 21 Tickets for the event were only available through the PGA s TICKETS Fore CHARITY program at the cost of 20 per ticket 100 of the ticket

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/constellation-energy-senior-players-championship-support-pace-law-school-%E2%80%9Ctickets-fore-charity%E2%80%9D (2016-02-12)
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