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4 UPDATE OF THE LATEST, GREATEST LAND USE CASES Tuesday, May 22 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Pace Law School Format: Live/Webcast CLE: 2.5 Practice Instructors: Jessica Bacher, '03, Managing Director, Land Use Law Center Jennie Nolon, '08, MEM, LEED AP, Staff Attorney, Land Use Law Center John Nolon, Esq, Senior Counsel, Land Use Law Center This CLE will cover the principal cases decided by New York Courts in the past year and a half with an emphasis on decisions that determine the rules regarding project review and approval and the substantive land use powers of local governments. JUNE ATTORNEY ETHICS AND DISCIPLINARY UPDATE 2012 Cosponsored with Pace Law School Trial Advocacy and Moot Court Wednesday, June 6 6:00p.m.-8:30 pm Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Pace Law School CLE: 2.5 transitional/non-transitional Ethics Instructors: Matthew Lee-Renert, Esq., Staff Counsel, Grievance Committee for the Ninth Judicial District Timothy Brennan, '80, Law Office of Timothy Brennan The program will address various ethical pitfalls and the potential disciplinary conse-quences for such. Perspectives will be provided from both disciplinary and defense counsel with practical advice for avoiding problems with clients and the disciplinary system. Cases from the past year will be used for illustrative examples. MAKING HOUSING ACCESSIBLE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES Tuesday, June 12 6:00 p.m.-8:30 pm Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Law Library Format: Live/Webcast CLE: 2 transitional/non-transitional Skills; .5 Practice Moderator: Marlene Zarfes, Fair Housing Director Instructors: John Herrion, '95, Director Disability Rights, NYS Division of Human Rights Diane Houk, Esq., Emery Celli Brinckerhoff & Abady LLP Joshua Levin, '06, Director of Fair Housing, Westchester County Human Rights Com-mission Mel Tanzman, Executive Director, Westchester Disabled on the Move Federal, state and local law all require housing providers to provide reasonable accom-modations and reasonable modifications to permit persons with disabilities to enjoy full access to housing and related services. This program will cover the scope of the appli-cable law, give practical advice for securing needed accommodations and modifica-tions on behalf of a person with disabilities, and discuss litigation strategies when a needed accommodation is denied. . CLE Programs 2012

5 ABC'S OF MATRIMONIAL LAW Cosponsored with Pace Women's Justice Center Thursday, June 21 6:00 p.m.-8:30 pm Pace Law School-Moot Court Room, Law Library CLE: 2.5 transitional/non-transitional Skills Moderators: Tanya Briendel, Esq. and Joan Miller Blackburn, Esq., Pace Women's Justice Center Instructors: Dolores Gebhardt, Esq., Partner McCarthy Fingar LLP The Honorable Francesca E. Connolly, '82, Supreme Court Westchester County This program provides the audience with an overview of how to draft a matri-monial complaint and will cover such topics as grounds for divorce, child cus-tody, visitation and support, the ability to request temporary and permanent maintenance and legal fees from the monied spouse and the ways to calcu-late equitable distribution. A staff attorney from the Pace Women's Justice Center will provide insight about working with victims of domestic violence. The lecture portion of the program will be followed by a reenactment of an initial matrimonial interview starring The Honorable Francesca E. Connolly, Supreme Court Westchester County. Judge Connolly will entertain the audi-ence with the dos and don'ts of how to conduct the first interview with a mat-rimonial client. *************** Financial Aid Policy: Pace Law School Center for Continuing Legal Education is pleased to offer a discount for CLE programs for attorneys who are unemployed, employed in the public sector or who work for a not-for-profit entity and who can establish financial hardship. The application for this discount must be submitted to Kathleen M. Carlisle, Director, Pace Law School Center for Continuing Legal Education at least two weeks prior to the Cle program. The application can be found on the website: www.law.pace.edu/ccle or call 914-422-4062. Cancellation Policy: We cannot refund your registration fee however, if you cannot attend a pro-gram, you can send a substitute or exchange the program for one of equal credits by calling Pace CCLE at 914-422-4062. New York State CLE Credit: Pace CCLE is an approved Provider of Continu-ing Legal Education (CLE) in New York State. All programs are appropriate for both newly and experienced attorneys unless otherwise noted. . CLE PROGRAMS