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This past week, the environmental community lost a second founder of environmental law in the form of David Sive who passed away at the age of 91.  Sive, one of Pace Law School’s own, was a scholar and inspiration to hundreds of students over the years as an Adjunct Professor of Law.  Aside from his work […]

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This week, from May 23rd-27th, 2011, the Working Group III is holding its second session on online dispute resolution (ODR) at the UNCITRAL (United Nations Commission on International Trade Law).  A panel of leading private and public experts are meeting to report on work, initiatives, and exchange of information related to ODR.  Annotated provisional agenda […]

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The Pace Law School Class of 2011 awarded its Outstanding Departmental Award to Pace Law Library.  This is the second time the Library has been awarded this honor.  Professor and Law Library Director Marie S. Newman (pictured top left) accepted the award during commencement on Sunday, May 8.  We thank the class of 2011 for this […]

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Check out our first 2011 addition to the Pace Law Library Podcasts site titled Estate and Gift Tax Law Articles of 2010.  Prof. Bridget Crawford from Pace Law School reviews interesting estate and gift tax law related articles that were published in the year of 2010.  Her review is forthcoming as an article in Tax Notes, titled […]

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Today, November 10, 2010, at 4:00 pm,  Prof. John Nolon, James D. Hopkins Professor of Law at Pace Law School, will present on Sustainable Development Law: Keeping Pace as part of the Hopkins Lecture.  The event will be held at the Judicial Institute at Pace Law School.  For more information, email bthornton@pace.law.edu. Professor John R. […]

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Since 1982, the Pace Law School has hosted a yearly event, the Dyson Distinguished Lecture series.  This year’s title is After Gender? Examining International Justice Enterprises. The Pace Law School will welcome Janet Halley, Royall Professor of Law, Harvard Law School, and an impressive group of exciting moderators, panelists, and commentators, as they all engage in […]

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The rumors are true.  Dean Michelle Simon sent out a letter to alumni this week confirming that after this fall there will be no more part-time evening program.  Dean Simon writes There has been, however, a confluence of factors over the years that has caused us to re-evaluate our evening program and nudged us toward […]

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Sexting – a word that is becoming part of our vocabulary; a behavior most common among teenagers; a growing phenomena.  But what exactly is sexting?  Oxford Dictionary online does not have a readily available definition yet, so I turned to online Wikipedia. Sexting is the act of sending sexually explicit messages or photographs, primarily between mobile […]

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Alexander Greenawalt, Associate Professor of Law at Pace University School of Law, regularly contributes to the New York Time microblog: Latets on Radovan Karadzic.  Check out the latest contribution. You may also subscribe to the latest updates via RSS feed.

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Alexander Greenawalt, Associate Professor of Law at Pace University School of Law, regularly contributes to the New York Times microblog: Latest on Radovan Karadzic. Check out the latest posts! View the microblog or subscribe directly to the latest updates via RSS feed.

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