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Paths to Practice in Our Innovative Curriculum
#1
employment rate among peer schools
#3
Environmental Law Program in the nation
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Point Jump in U.S. News Rank
70%
of students participant in advocacy programs
25
Clinics and Externships
161
full-time and adjunct faculty mentors guiding students on a path to practice
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minutes to Midtown Manhattan
8,500
Alumni Strong

Our Programs

The Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University has a unique path to practice curriculum, taught by nationally recognized faculty experts, and prepares our graduates to succeed as lawyers in a diverse range of practice areas.

The JD program offers a rigorous, integrated curriculum designed to ensure the development of academic, procedural and lawyering skills. Flexible scheduling allows students to choose either a full-time or part-time option, and to begin in either the fall or spring semester.

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Our curriculum combines traditional classroom education, skills training from top-tier attorneys, and immersive, hands-on learning through live-client clinics and field placements.

Explore Paths to Practice

Earn a JD while working on a second advanced degree, all within four years. Part-time students can complete a joint degree program in as few as six years.

Pace Law offers 10 different dual degree programs. Dual Degree students must apply and be admitted separately to the Law School and the relevant joint degree partner school.

Learn more about obtaining a dual degree

A Community Committed to Your Success

Making Career Connections

Pace Law is committed to ensuring all graduates are launched successfully into practice

More than 92% of graduates employed 10 months after graduation

Faculty

Bridget J. Crawford

Professor of Law

Staff

Jill Backer

Assistant Dean

Faculty

John R. Nolon

Professor of Law

Pace Law has six specialized clinics with client components

Faculty

Shelby D. Green

Professor of Law

Alumni

An Instrumental Education

Maria Antonia Tigre a Pace Law LLM graduate ('14), Pace Law SJD candidate, and Senior...

Maria Antonia Tigre, LLM '14, SJD Candidate

A Place for Debate and Inquiry

Pace Law's commitment to serving the needs of our students, the community and the legal profession has led us to develop cutting-edge scholarship, centers and special programs that anticipate, explore, and influence evolving areas of the law. Through our work, we direct our innovative spirit into emerging and re-emerging realms of the law where we can play a decisive role in shaping policy and structuring practice.

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Upcoming Events

In Honor of Human Trafficking Awareness Month: Child Sex Trafficking - Its Happening in Westchester County

Wednesday, January 24, 2018
10:00 AM5:00 PM
New York State Judicial Institute, Pace Law Campus

Haub Environmental Law Distinguished Junior Scholar Presentation

Wednesday, January 31, 2018
12:45 PM
Ottinger 101

Appellate Division, Second Department Hears Arguments

Tuesday, February 13, 2018
9:00 AM
Moot Court Room