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10 ALTERNATIVEDISPUTERESOLUTIONFACULTY SeveralPacefacultymembersareleadersintheADRfield. JESSICAA. BACHER, ESQ., isastaffattorneyattheKheelCenter, adjunctprofessorat Pace, anddirectoroftheLandUseLawCenter'sResearchandInnovationProgramand theRealEstateLawInstitute. Ms. BacherteachestheAdvancedLandUseandRealEstate Seminar, runstheacademicprogramsandurbancentersprogram, andcoordinatesthe continuinglegaleducationprograms. ShegraduatedfromtheUniversityofFloridawith highesthonorsin1999withherB. S. inMarketingandaminorinEnvironmentalStudies. ShereceivedherJ. D. sumcumlaudefromPaceLawSchoolin2003alongwitha certificateinEnvironmentalLaw. ShecoauthorsaregularlandusefeatureintheNew YorkLawJournalandRealEstateLawJournalandhaseditednumeroussmallbooksin thefieldsofLandUseandRealEstateLaw. PROFESSORJILLGROSSteachesintheareasofdisputeresolutionandsecuritieslaw, includingtheInvestorRightsClinic, MediationandArbitration, andSecuritiesLitigation andEnforcement. ProfessorGrossalsohastaughtArbitrationLawatCornellLaw School. SheisanarbitratorforFINRADisputeResolutionandtheNationalFutures Association. Shehaspublishednumerouslawreviewarticlesintheareaofdispute resolutionandinvestorjustice, haspresentedatconferencesonissuesrelatedto securitiesarbitration, andhasbeenquotedinthenationalmediaonissuesrelatingto investorrights. ProfessorGrossnowservesasapublicmemberoftheFINRANational ArbitrationandMediationCommittee. ProfessorGrosspreviouslywasanattorneyin severalNewYorkCityfirms, representingclientsinwhitecollarcriminalandsecurities enforcementproceedings, securitiesarbitrations, andothercommerciallitigation. She receivedherABmagnacumlaudefromCornellUniversity, PhiBetaKappa, andreceived herJDcumlaudefromHarvardLawSchool. PROFESSORJOHNNOLONiscounselandfacultyliaisontotheLandUseLawCenter, directoroftheRealEstateInstitute, anddirectoroftheKheelCenterontheResolution ofEnvironmentalDisputes. ProfessorNolonteachesinthefieldsofproperty, landuse, realestate, andenvironmentallaw. ProfessorNolonreceivedaFulbrightScholarshipto developaframeworkoflawforsustainabledevelopmentinArgentina. Heisalsoa visitingprofessorattheYaleSchoolofForestryandEnvironmentalStudies. Professor NolonreceivedhisJDdegreefromtheUniversityofMichigan, wherehewasamember oftheBarrister'sAcademicHonorSociety. Hehasservedasaconsultanttoboth PresidentCarter'sCouncilonDevelopmentChoicesinthe1980sandPresidentClinton's CouncilonSustainableDevelopment. ProfessorNolon'swritingsincludeoveradozen lawreviewarticlesandfivebookspublishedbytheWestGroup, theEnvironmentalLaw Institute, CambridgeUniversityPress, andMcGrawHill. Heisafrequentguestspeaker atnational, state, andlocalconferences.

11 PROFESSORDARRENROSENBLUMjoinedthePacefacultyinJuly2004afterpracticingat Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher& FlomLLP( 2000- 2004) andpriortothatatCliffordChance LLP( 1998- 2000), andatFlemmingZulack& Williamson( 1995- 96) inNewYork. Professor Rosenblum'spracticecenteredoninternationalarbitration, butalsoincludedantitrustand securitieslitigation. UsinghisSpanish, French, andPortugueselanguageskills, he representedU. S., British, Brazilian, Canadian, Colombian, French, andPeruvianclientsin variousmulti- lingualarbitrationandlitigationmatters. ProfessorRosenblumclerkedfor theHonorableJoseAntonioFusteintheU. S. DistrictCourtofPuertoRicofrom1996- 1998. ProfessorRosenblumwritesandlecturesgloballyoninternationalandcomparative arbitration. HerecentlylecturedontheFederalArbitrationActattheUniversityofBuenos AiresandwillserveasfacultyintheinternationalarbitrationprogramoftheUniversityof Versailles. ProfessorRosenblumisaformerlecturer- in- lawattheUniversityofPennsylvania, andaformeradjunctprofessoratFordhamLawSchool. Hisotherpublicationsfocuson internationalandcomparativelawissuesrelatedtogenderandhumanrights. PROFESSORVIKKIM. ROGERSrecentlywasappointedthedirectorofPaceLawSchool's InstituteofInternationalCommercialLawandisanexpertoninternationalarbitration. PriortothatsheservedasanassociateatMazur, Carp& Rubin, PC, andShearman& Sterling( NewYorkandGermany), focusingherpracticeonconstructionlawarbitrationand litigation, bothdomesticandinternational. Shewasalsoaninternationalcasemanagerat theInternationalCentreforDisputeResolutionattheAmericanArbitrationAssociationin NewYork, andaresearchfellowattheUniversityofHeidelbergandUniversityofCologne. Ms. RogershastaughtInternationalArbitrationatVillanovaLawSchoolandFordhamLaw School. SheisalsothedirectoroftheLexicalInitiativeforInternationalCommerce, aproject dedicatedtocreatingcontrolledvocabulariesfortheuniformorganizationofinformation oninternationalsaleslaw. Ms. Rogershaspublishedintheareasofinternationalsaleslaw andinternationalarbitration. SheearnedaBAfromSyracuseUniversity, aJDfromPaceLaw School( 1999), andanMSinEnvironmentalLawfromVermontLawSchool. Ms. Rogersis currentlyaPhDcandidateattheSchoolofInternationalArbitration, CentreforCommercial LawStudiesatQueenMaryCollegeoftheUniversityofLondon, andistherecipientofthe IlseSchmitthoffScholarshipinInternationalCommercialLaw. TIFFANYB. ZEZULA, ESQ., isastaffattorneyattheKheelCenteranddirectoroftraining atPace'sLandUseLawCenter, whereshetrainslocalofficials, environmentalists, and developersinlanduselawandconsensusbuildingtechniques, providesstrategic assistancetolocalgovernmentsandinter- municipalcouncils, andmediateslanduse disputes. Ms. ZezulagraduatedfromTulaneUniversityin2000withherBSinEcological, Environmental, OrganismalBiologyandaminorinHistory. ShereceivedherJDcumlaude fromPaceLawSchoolin2003alongwithacertificateinEnvironmentalLaw. Inaddition topublishingtwoscholarlyarticlesinenvironmentallawjournals, Ms. Zezulahasedited numeroussmallbooksinthefieldofLandUseLaw. Shealsoisacertifiedmediatorinthe StateofNewYork.