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Eighth annual Above the Bar Awards to be held June 12

The six winners of the awards recognizing top legal talent in the region have been announced.

Pace Law School ninth best school for public interest

Magazine recognizes White Plains school for clinics and externship programs

Pace Law Library receives $10,000 grant

The money will fund licenses to the language-learning software, Rosetta Stone.

Pace teacher’s article cited by Liberian court

An article written by Pace Law Professor Alexander “Sasha” Greenawalt was cited by the Special Court for Sierra Leone when it upheld the conviction and 50-year sentence of former Liberian President Charles Taylor.

Above the Bar Award winners named

The Above the Bar Awards – the region’s premier showcase of top legal talent – has announced the 2013 winners.

Above the Bar announces event, award winners

The award results are in and the region's premier law gathering is set for June 6.

Pace embraces community law

A year-old program helps working poor in need of legal help.

‘The best job in the world’

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor advised students on career choices in the first visit of a Supreme Court judge to Pace Law School.

Law school gives investors their day out of court

A Pace Law School professor and former New York City attorney handling white collar criminal cases, Jill Gross has seen securities law argued and enforced both in the courts and in alternative dispute resolution forums.

Above the Bar Awards 2013

The “Academy Awards” of the Westchester legal profession, the Above the Bar Awards is co-sponsored by Citrin Cooperman, Pace Law School, Westchester County Business Journal, Westchester County Bar Association and the Westchester Women’s Bar Association.

Pro bono requirement needs details but garners support

The state’s chief justice says prospective lawyers will now be required to complete 50 hours of pro bono work before being licensed in New York.

Law students pursue ideals and jobs in seeking specialties

Environmental law, intellectual property law and international law are attracting more students for practical and philosophical reasons

New York to see less of $25B mortgage settlement

The settlement between the top mortgage servicers and 49 states may be felt less in New York than in states with weaker housing markets.