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“Westchester Hispano” reports on the Law School-Si Se Puede program

“Westchester Hispano” shared news of the Westchester County kick-off of the new program, Law School-Si Se Puede. The program was created by the Hispanic National Bar Association and sponsored in Westchester by Pace Law School and the local branch of the HNBA. As reported in “Westchester Hispano”: “El programa apunta a que los estudiantes de […]

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NYLJ talks with Dean Yassky about Pace Law School’s improved bar passage rates

While most law schools in New York State saw their bar passage rates drop, Pace Law School bucked the trend and showed improved scores for the July 2015 exam. Not only was Pace among only five schools that had better scores, the 2015 results marked the second year in a row that Pace Law School […]

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Prof. Crawford’s book “Feminist Judgments” reexamines notable Supreme Court cases

Prof. Crawford’s book “Feminist Judgments” reexamines notable Supreme Court cases

Professor Bridget Crawford served as one of three editors for a soon-to-be-released book, one that is already garnering press attention. “Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Opinions of the United States Supreme Court” reexamines 25 Supreme Court cases related to gender and provides decisions written by feminist law scholars and lawyers, perspectives the editors note were not forthcoming […]

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Pace Law gives a student a second chance– as reported by The New York Times

Pace Law School welcomed 2L David Powers, a transfer student whose story caught the attention of “The New York Times.” Mr. Powers had previously attended St. John’s Law School and, as reported in the Times, had his acceptance rescinded when the school learned additional details of a drug arrest that had occurred 15 years earlier. […]

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Haub Award for Environmental Diplomacy Recognizes Success of UN Sustainable Development Goal Negotiations

                          Haub Award for Environmental Diplomacy Recognizes Success of UN Sustainable Development Goal Negotiations   Ambassadors from Kenya and Hungary honored for their extraordinary leadership   (New York, NY)– In recognition of their exemplary leadership in drafting the United Nations’ “Sustainable Development Goals,” Pace University School of Law and the International Council of Environmental Law […]

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Pace Law shows largest increase in grads finding jobs

Graduates from Pace Law School showed the biggest jump in employment among all New York law schools. An article in the “New York Law Journal” that addresses the improved hiring rates among 2014 law graduates– jobs secured the first year after graduation and that require a JD degree– notes Pace Law School’s numbers. “The school […]

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Dean Yassky speaks with NPR about new partnership with College of St. Rose

Dean Yassky speaks with NPR about new partnership with College of St. Rose

Dean David Yassky spoke with NPR reporter Allison Dunne about Pace Law School’s new partnership with the College of Saint Rose that will allow qualified students to enter law school after their junior year in college. Among the many advantages, the program will save students a year’s study as well as a year’s tuition. “I […]

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Pace Community Law Practice partners with Coalition to help refugee children

Pace Community Law Practice is working with the Westchester Hispanic Coalition to create “Project Protect.” The initiative, which provides pro bono legal representation for unaccompanied minors from Central America who have arrived in the area to live with family and other sponsors, was reported in an article published on the Journal News’ website, lohud.com. The […]

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Dean Yassky addresses Westchester lawyers at Above the Bar Awards

Dean Yassky addresses Westchester lawyers at Above the Bar Awards

“The Westchester Business Journal” featured Dean David Yassky in its coverage of the eighth annual Above the Bar Awards. Dean Yassky provided the keynote speech for the event that recognizes outstanding members of the legal profession. “The need for lawyers is greater than ever,” Dean Yassky is quoted as saying. “That work is more important […]

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Don Bosco Workers Inc. announce partnership with Neighborhood Justice Clinic

Don Bosco Workers, Inc., a grassroots community-organizing group that advocates for justice for low-income workers, announced their new partnership with Pace Law School’s Neighborhood Justice Clinic. In a press release they also posted to their website, it states: “The Don Bosco Workers – Neighborhood Justice Clinic Partnership will focus on research to figure out how […]

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