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Visiting Faculty and Fellows

Mutual Enrichment
The Pace Law School faculty is enriched by hosting faculty members from other law schools. During a semester or year at Pace, Visiting Professors participate in all aspects of intellectual life at Pace. They teach required and elective classes and seminars, meet with and advise students, participate in faculty colloquia and school-wide events while also pursuing their research and scholarly interests. Once a faculty member has spent a visiting term at Pace Law School, they frequently remain connected with the faculty and their former students.

Broad Perspectives on Legal Education
Just as we host visiting colleagues, members of the Pace Law faculty regularly serve as visitors at other law schools. Our professors have been visiting faculty members at Cornell, the University of Pennsylvania, UC Davis, Brooklyn Law School, the University of Illinois and the University of Houston Law Center, among others. These visitorships provide excellent opportunities for intellectual enrichment and collaboration with national colleagues. After a semester or year at another law school, faculty members return to the Pace faculty with new ideas and perspectives on legal education.