Master of Laws in Environmental Law - Land Use and Sustainable Development TrackStudents also have the opportunity to earn a Master of Laws (LLM) degree or a joint JD/LLM degree in Environmental Law with a concentration in Land Use and Sustainable Development Law. This unique track trains lawyers to confront and overcome challenges arising from the urgent need to develop and redevelop human settlements in an environmentally sensitive, commercially viable, and ecologically sustainable manner, both domestically and internationally. The program is part of Pace Law School's internationally acclaimed environmental law program, consistently ranked among the top three in the nation. For more information, visit www.law.pace.edu/graduate.Internships & Research PositionsStudents may apply for paid positions or positions for credit, and may also participate in numerous volunteer opportunities within the programs offered at the Land Use Law Center. Students may apply for positions as associates during their first summer; in their second and third year, students assume leadership positions and help manage the Center's programs; volunteer positions are also available to all students at any time. The Center offers an opportunity for Pace students to conduct significant research on land use practice topics, with an opportunity to be published in academic journals and other scholarly publications. The hard work of Pace students has contributed to many of the Center's publications, including its most encyclopedic work: Well Grounded: Using Local Land Use Authority to Achieve Smart Growth.Student & Alumni OrganizationsThe student-run Real Estate & Land Use Law Society and Dispute Resolution Society of Pace Law School are dedicated to exposing students interested in the practices of real estate, land use, environmental law, and alternative dispute resolution to both practical experiences and academic opportunities. The Real Estate & Land Use Law Alumni Group provides Pace alumni with a connection to the Center that lasts beyond graduation. The Group also offers mentoring for current students and networking opportunities for alumni working within all fields of law relating to land use and real estate.The Center's activities offer students of Pace Law School an opportunity to work with the Center to serve communities in the Hudson Valley region and across the country. Students perform a variety of tasks ranging from research and writing to assisting with outreach, training, and technical assistance.
w.law.pace.edu/landuseLand Use Law Center78 North BroadwayWhite Plains, NY 10603914-422-4262 www.law.pace.edu/landusePace is committed to a sustainable campus.See our sustainability policy at www.law.pace.edu/sustainabilityThis paper is manufactured using carbon neutral and Green-e certified offsets. Printed with soy based inks.