Pace Law Review, edited by students at Pace University School of Law, is devoted to the study and publication of scholarly materials of professional legal interest. Each issue contains articles by professors, practitioners, and judges, as well as student notes and comments, on specific issues in law, recent decisions, and current legislation.
Current Issue: Volume 34, Issue 3 (2014) Summer 2014
Tipping the Scales in Favor of Charitable Bequests: A Critique
Elizabeth R. Carter
Reexamining the Seventh Amendment Argument Against Issue Certification
Douglas McNamara, Blake Boghosian, and Leila Aminpour
Bigger Isn’t Always Better: An Analysis of Court Efficiency Using Hierarchical Linear Modeling
Teresa Dalton and Jordan M. Singer