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During the summer, the acquisition of new materials is usually a bit slower, but nevertheless, we have two new additions in our Law in Film Collection. Our film collection is housed on the main level of the library, in the student lounge. All Pace library patrons with borrowing privileges may check movies out for up […]

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The oral advocacy program at Pace Law School is a robust one. Students here have the opportunity to learn and practice their oral advocacy skills by participating in the trial advocacy and/or the moot court programs. Along with standard set of courses, students have the opportunity to join variety of trial advocacy, appellate advocacy and/or […]

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Our Congratulations go to the First Pace Voir Dire Team that placed fifth overall at the Kansas City Show Me Challenge National Voir Dire Tournament and brought home Outstanding Voir Dire Award!  On April 4-6, 2014, Jon Panico (3L), Chrisopher Schweitzer (3L), Ellen Zhang (3L), and the team’s coach Professor Eylan Schulman (the first time […]

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It is time for me to highlight our recent additions to Law in Film Collection at Pace Law Library. Any movies in our Law in Film Collection can be checked out to our patrons with borrowing privileges for up to five days at no charge. The Law in Film Collection is located in the student lounge […]

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It is time for me to share with you recent additions to our Law in Film Collection. Any items in our Law in Film Collection can be checked out to our patrons who have borrowing privileges for up to five days at no charge. Check it out before the Labor Day weekend. Lincoln (Dreamworks Pictures, 20th […]

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The U.S. Department of Justice has recently issued a revised edition of the National Protocol for Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examinations. In the nine years since the protocol was initially released, there have been marked improvements in the “state of the art” for forensic medical examinations. The revised edition maintains the same standardization, quality, and best […]

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The Library’s Law in Film Collection continues to grow and the following are some of our newest additions. Anyone with borrowing privileges, including students, staff and faculty, may check any of the Law in Film Collection movies out.   A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet (a film by Mark Kitchell) [GE197 .S44 […]

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It is the time of the year to remind you all about our recent additions to our Law in Film Collection. Anyone with library borrowing privileges may check DVDs from our collection out for up to five days at no charge. Our collection is located on the main level of the library. The following are […]

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Abortion Harbach, Meredith Johnson. How (not) to talk about abortion. 47 U. Rich. L. Rev. 425-440 (2012). Bioethics Dunn, Catherine K. Student article. Protecting the silent third party: the need for legislative reform with respect to informed consent and research on human biological materials. 6 Charleston L. Rev. 635-684 (2012). Book Reviews Dutkiewicz, Adam. Book […]

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The following are some of the new releases from Bureau of Justice Statistics. You may subscribe to new releases via RSS or email. Crimes Against Persons with Disabilities, 2009-2011 Presents estimates of nonfatal violent victimization (rape, sexual assault, robbery, aggravated and simple assault) against persons age 12 or older with disabilities from 2009 to 2011. […]

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