Pace University School of Law
Pace University School of Law is located in White Plains, New York, in Westchester County, some 25 miles north of New York City. We accepted our first students in September 1976, and will soon celebrate our 40th anniversary. Our reputation and strong financial aid and scholarship program attract exceptionally talented students from diverse backgrounds, from 24 states and several countries around the world. Many of our students have extensive prior work experience and advanced degrees in other fields including business, science and technology.
Pace Law School is nationally recognized for the excellence of our Environmental Law Program as well as our clinical programs, including the Environmental Litigation Clinic. We offer certificate and graduate programs in two specialties -- Environmental Law and International Law, and have developed comprehensive concentrations in a wide range of areas including intellectual property law, business law, criminal law, real estate and land use law, and family law. Pace Law School also boasts Centers of Excellence including the Pace Land Use Law Center, the Women’s Justice Center, the Center for Environmental Legal Studies, the Energy and Climate Center, Criminal Justice Center, Public Interest Law Center, Theodore W. Kheel Center on the Resolution of Environmental Interest Disputes, and the Pace Center for Continuing Legal Education.