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9 MEDIATIONANDARBITRATION Thiscourseexaminesfederalandstatelawregarding arbitrationandmediationandcomparesthese systemsofdisputeresolutiontolitigation. INTERVIEWING, COUNSELING, ANDNEGOTIATING Throughavarietyofsmall- groupandlarge- group exercises, studentsassumetheroleoflawyertolearn theartandskillofinterviewing, counseling, and negotiating; toplanforanddevelopacasefromone stagetoanother; toanticipateanddealwithethical issues; andtodeveloptheskillofself- critique. INTERNATIONALCOMMERCIALARBITRATION SEMINAR Thisseminarexaminesthepracticalapplicationof alternativedisputeresolutiontechniquesusedin internationaltrade. Whileprimaryfocusison arbitration, othertechniques, suchasmediation ( includestudentsimulations), areincluded. LABORARBITRATION Thiscoursedealswiththelawandpracticeoflabor arbitrationinthepublicandprivatesectors. Included isastudyofthegrievancearbitrationprocess pursuanttocollectivebargainingagreements, aswell asarbitrationofissuesinreachinganewagreement. COLLABORATIVELAW Thiscourseexposesstudentstothecollaborative modelofpracticinginthefamilylawsetting, inwhich attorneysforbothpartiestoadisputeagreetoassist theirclientsinproblemsolving, resolvingconflicts, andreachingagreementsusingcooperativestrategies ratherthanadversarialtechniquesandlitigation. COLLECTIVEBARGAINING Thiscourseexaminesthedevelopmentoflaborlaw fromthecollectivebargainingperspectiveinorderto provideasettingfortheanalysisofcontemporary collectivebargaining/ laborlawproblems. Thecourse concentratesonthedevelopmentoftradeunionsand employers'associations, togetherwithlegalprovisions fortheresolutionofconflictbetweentheparties. INVESTORRIGHTSCLINIC Underfacultysupervision, studentattorneys representinvestorsofmodestmeanswhohave arbitrabledisputeswiththeirsecuritiesbrokers. Studentsworkoncriticallawyeringskillsincluding clientinterviewingandcounseling, factinvestigation, claimevaluation, participatingindiscovery, legal research, preparationoflegalmemoranda, conductinganarbitrationormediationbeforeFINRA DisputeResolution, andnegotiatingasettlement. ENVIRONMENTALLAWSEMINAR: ENVIRONMENTAL DISPUTERESOLUTION( THEORY) Thecourseisdesignedtoexplorethecommon characteristicsofenvironmentaldisputesandthe rangeofresolutionoptionsfromrights- based approaches, suchaslitigationandappellate advocacy, tointerest- basedapproaches, suchas consensusbuilding, mediation, andfacilitation. In addition, thecoursewillexaminetherolesthat lawyerscanplayinthesevariedapproaches. ENVIRONMENTALLAWSEMINAR: ENVIRONMENTAL DISPUTERESOLUTION( SKILLS) Throughmocknegotiations, mediations, facilitations, andconsensus- buildingexercises, thiscoursewill emphasizetheskillsusedbyneutralthirdpartiesto resolvedisputes. Thiscoursewillemphasizetherole ofthird- partyneutralsinbringingpartiestogetherto createaproblem- solvingclimate. ALTERNATIVEDISPUTERESOLUTIONCOURSES PaceLawoffersexceptionalopportunitiesforstudentstostudyADRinbothclassroomandclinical settings. WecurrentlyofferthefollowingADRcourses:

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.