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November 12, 2014
James D. Hopkins Professor of Law Memorial Lecture
Professor Jill Gross
“Setting the Record Straight: The Supreme Court and 21st Century Arbitration”
October 1, 2014
Gilbert and Sarah Kerlin Lecture on Environmental Law
Antonio A. Oposa Jr.
Distinguished International Environmental Scholar-in-Residence
"Shooting Stars and Dancing Fish"
March 26, 2014
Lloyd K. Garrison Lecture on Environmental Law
David Daniels Allen Distinguished Chair in Law
Co-director, Energy, Environment and Land Use Program
Vanderbilt Law School
"In Defense of Ecosystem Services"
September 25, 2013
Kerlin Lecture on Environmental Law
Professor Jason Czarnezki
Gilbert and Sarah Kerlin Distinguished Professor of Environmental Law
“New York City Rules! Regulatory Tools and the Environment”
March 18, 2013
Blank Lecture on Attorney Ethics
Associate Professor, Michigan State University College of Law; Co-director of the Kelley Institute of Ethics and the Legal Profession
“Democratizing the Delivery of Legal Services”
March 12, 2013
Garrison Lecture on Environmental Law
Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center
January 29, 2013
Kerlin Lecture on Environmental Law
Dean, Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
“The Executive and the Environment: A Look at the Last Five Governors in New York.”
October 3, 2012
Professor Ibrahim Gambari
Joint Special Representative African Union-United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID)
“Making Peace in Darfur (Sudan): Stubborn Reality and the Audacity of Hope”
April 26, 2012
Professor Steven M. Wise
"The Nonhuman Rights Project's Struggle for Nonhuman Personhood"
March 26, 2012
Jody Freeman, Archibald Cox Professor of Law and Director, Environmental Law Program, Harvard Law School
“Climate and Energy Policy in the Obama Administration”
March 6, 2012
Lincoln Exhibit Opening
"What Abraham Lincoln Can Teach Us about Confronting National Security Threats in the 21" by Dean Mark Shulman
February 23-25, 2012
2012 National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition
The Twenty-fourth Annual National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition was held at Pace Law School; The University of Mississippi School of Law emerged as the winner out of 77 competing law schools from across the nation.
Thursday, February 9
Professor Heidi M. Hurd
David C. Baum Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy, University of Illinois
"Fouling Our Nest: Is An (Environmental) Ethic Impotent Against (Bad) Economics"
November 10, 2011
Justice Elizabeth Lacy, Senior Justice on the Virginia Supreme Court.
“20/20 Vision for 2020 Ethics.”
October 27, 2011
“Making the Polluter Pay: Environmental Enforcement in the Modern Era.”
Kerlin Lecture - John C. Cruden, President, Environmental Law Institute
September 15, 2011
“The Developing Global Rule of Law.”
Sloan Lecture - Justice Richard Goldstone of the Constitutional Court of South Africa
May 6, 2011
"Teaching International Law Beyond the Classroom: Engaging Students in Experiential Learning, in Web 2.0, and in Historical and Empirical Research."
April 6, 2011
"Sustainable Consumption and Communities: Bringing the American Way of Life into the Twenty-First Century"
Lloyd K. Garrison Lecture on Environmental Law with Daniel A. Farber.
April 5, 2011
"International Symposium on Environmental Courts & Tribunals"
March 10, 2011
"The Problem That Would Not Go Away--John Jay and the British Debts'"
John Jay Lecture with Barnard College Professor Herbert Sloan
February 24-26, 2011
2011 National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition
The Twenty-third Annual National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition was held at Pace Law School; The University of Mississippi School of Law emerged as the winner out of 73 competing law schools from across the nation.
January 28-30, 2011
International Criminal Court (ICC) Competition –
North American Regional Round
This first-of-its-kind international moot competition based on the International Criminal Court (ICC) brought 15 universities to Pace Law School. Wanda M. Akin and Raymond M. Brown, co-founders of the International Justice Project delivered the keynote address.
November 12, 2010
"After Gender? Examining International Justice Enterprise "
A Pace Law Review Symposium & Dyson Distinguished Lecture
October 19, 2010
PILC Career Panel
October 18, 2010
"What is the Emperor Wearing?" A Critical Look at the Potential of Ecosystem Services for Environmental Protection
Kerlin Lecture Jim Salzman Professor of Law, Professor of Environmental Policy at Duke University
October 13, 2010
“The Ethical Imperatives for Lawyers.”
Blank Lecture Stephen J. Friedman, seventh president of Pace University, served for three years as dean of Pace University School of Law, and president of Pace University Board of Trustees.
October 4, 2010
“The Use of Foreign Judicial Authority…Why Justice Scalia is Wrong.”
Sloan Lecture The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG
April 15, 2010
“Storm King Revisited: A View from the Mountaintop”
Lloyd K. Garrison Lecture on Environmental Law with Albert K. Butzel, Esq.
April 14, 2010
"Collaboration Among Lawyers, Politicians, Educators, and Advocates: A Discussion about Autism and Children on the Spectrum"
This is timely discussion by a panel of experts and stakeholders who will share their perspectives and, hopefully, open a collaborative conversation about autism and children who are on the spectrum.
April 13, 2010
"The Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP): What Lawyers, Medical Personnel, & Parents Need to Know"
This unique program geared to attorneys, parents, educators, and advocates will provide an essential overview of the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) and federal Vaccine Court. Some of the nation’s leading legal authorities on these topics will be present at the program, and will cover a variety of important subjects such as: an overview of federal Vaccine Courtand the VICP; the procedures, law and science of a vaccine injury; what is a vaccine injury; and how adverse vaccine reactions are reported. Other speakers will cover who can practice in Vaccine Court; ways to increase chances of success in these claims; and relevant legislation, laws, and regulations. This first time program is relevant to attorneys looking to expand their practice, attorneys with a personal injury practice, medical personnel interested in demonstrating causality in vaccine injuries practice, parents, educators, and the interested public.
April 9, 2010
"Over-criminalization: The Past, Present, and the Future Expansion of Criminal Law"
Criminal Law Symposium moderated by Pace Law School Associate Professor Luis E. Chiesa; the purpose of this symposium was to examine issues raised by the phenomenon of over-criminalization in an attempt to learn how to make a better and more efficient use of the criminal law and how to develop doctrines that limit the use and abuse of the criminal sanction.
April 8, 2010
"The Intellectual Context of the "Age of Experiments in Government'"
John Jay Lecture with The Founding Fathers Reconsidered Author R. B. Bernstein
April 7, 2010
"The Emerging International Rules on Cross-border Secured Financing and Registration: Challenges and Prospects"
International Commercial Law Lecture with Columbia Law School Professor Alejandro Garro
February 18-20, 2010
2010 National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition
The Twenty-Second Annual National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition was held at Pace Law School; Lewis & Clark Law School emerged from a field of 84 law schools nationwide to win the Competition.
January 25, 2010
"Can Prisons Make Us Safer?: Restorative Justice and Criminal Justice Reform"
Dyson Distinguished Lecture with Sunny Schwartz, Esq., Programs Administrator, San Francisco Sheriff's Department; Founder, Resolve to Stop the Violence Project (RSVP)