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2014-2015 Year in Review: Pace Law Students Are Demonstrating Oral Advocacy Skills
The oral advocacy program at Pace Law School is a robust one as students have the opportunity to learn and practice oral advocacy skills by participating in the mock trial ad (More)
Interview with Benjamin Ferencz Sends a Powerful Message
The last Nuremberg prosecutor alive, Ben Ferencz now 97 years young, has recently been interviewed by Lesley Stahl on 60 Minutes. He was an adjunct professor for many years here at Pace Law School. He was only 27 when he was tasked with the impossibl (More)
Shaken Baby Syndrome Science and the Judicial Response: Limits and Obligations of the Law
WRITTEN BY: Sally Phillips, Ph.D. Candidate at School of Law, Birmingham City University, United Kingdom. Sally Phillips is a second-year Ph.D. student with the law school at Birmingham City University, UK. Her research focus is on the intersectio (More)
More States To Withdraw from the ICC?
Shortly after three African States (Burundi, Gambia, and the Republic of South Africa) announced their intention to leave the Int (More)
More States Announce Intention to Withdraw from the ICC
Following Burundi's example, two more African States announced their intention to leave the International Criminal Court: South Afri (More)
Burundi: The First State to Withdraw from the ICC
The Rome Statute, the founding treaty of the ICC, has 119 State Parties and 32 signatories. Burundi became a State Party on September 24, 2004 when it depos (More)
The LIBOR Trials: An Example of Prosecution Overreach?
From our most recent guest contributor, Julie Pabon, Esq., a 2006 Graduate of Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University and currently serving as Senior Counsel of an Am Law 100 Firm focusing on environmental law, read the author's review of a t (More)
Case Selection and Prioritization at the ICC
To maintain transparency of the proceedings of the Prosecutor's Office, Fatou Bensouda, announced the issuance of a More)
International Legal Ethics Conference: Ethics in Criminal Advocacy
The seventh International Legal Ethics Conference took place last week at Fordham Law School's Stein Center for Law and Ethics. The conference is supported by the Internationa (More)
ICC Opens Another Preliminary Examination - Burundi
Fatou Bensouda, the ICC's Prosecutor, announced in her statement that a preliminary examination has been initiated (More)
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