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We are pleased to announce the prize winners for our 2014 Pace Law Library orientation scavenger hunt. The winners have all been informed via their Pace email accounts. Winners may pick up your prize at the Circulation Desk in the Law Library, and we ask that you present your Pace ID when you come in […]

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Reserve Your Study Room Online!

We are happy to announce that Pace law students can now reserve Law Library study rooms using an online reservation system. Along with the new online system, we are instituting new study room reservation policies which will make it easier for you to make a reservation: Each student is entitled to reserve 2 hours of study […]

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Reluctantly admitting, the summer is coming to an end and the fall semester is approaching fast. Pace Law School community is preparing to welcome its Fall 2014 incoming class next week and looks forward to another successful year working with new and returning students. Law School is a new and exciting experience and the Law Library […]

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The most recent article, by John R. Nolon and Jessica A. Bacher, is the 1000th paper added to the Faculty Publications collection in the Pace Digital Commons. Their article, Mitigating the Adverse Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing: A Role for Local Zoning?, is scheduled to be published in the fall in Zoning and Planning Law Report. […]

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POST WRITTEN BY: Steven E. Gavin (’14), Pace Law School It is said that all land use law is inherently local. As such, finding resources applicable to a particular state or municipality can prove difficult even for the most experienced practitioner or scholar. Fortunately, the Land Use Law Center maintains a database called Gaining Ground, which […]

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Pace Law School recently obtained a subscription for the language-learning software Rosetta Stone. The purpose of the program is to better support the U.S. Comparative Environmental Brazil program, the Immigration Clinic, John Jay Legal Services, International law externships, as well as students applying for Fulbright Scholarships. Due to the limited number of available licenses and […]

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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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