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Faculty Working Papers (Lubin School of Business)

Pace Environmental Law Review (School of Law)

Established in 1982, the Pace Environmental Law Review (PELR) was one of the first scholarly journals established in the then-new field of environmental law. Affiliated with the highest-ranked Environmental Law Program in the nation, PELR is committed to publishing the most influential and innovative scholarship in the field of environmental law.

Pace Environmental Law Review Online Companion (School of Law)

ISSN 2164-9936

Pace Intellectual Property, Sports & Entertainment Law Forum (School of Law)

ISSN 2329-9894

Welcome to Pace Intellectual Property, Sports & Entertainment Law Forum. The Forum is Pace Law School's first online publication dedicated to the discussion of emerging legal issues in the Intellectual Property, Sports and Entertainment law fields. The Forum promotes integrity, creativity, collaboration and the free exchange of ideas between students, practitioners, professionals and academia alike.

Pace International Law Review (School of Law)

ISSN 2331-3536

Pace Law Review (School of Law)

ISSN 2331-3528

Pace Law Review, edited by students at Pace Law School, 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.

Perspectives on Early Childhood Psychology and Education

ISSN 2834-8257

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

Call for submission!

The journal welcomes submissions of manuscripts for general issues that focus on early childhood assessment, intervention, and prevention. Also, at present authors are encouraged to submit manuscripts for possible special articles, including manuscripts on the topics of early childhood neurodiversity and of play therapy from an assessment, parent empowerment or new developments in the field perspective. Experienced researchers in the fields of education, development, and psychology are welcome to submit proposals to serve as guest editors for special sections of the journal. In the coming months we will have announcements regarding applying to join the expanding editorial board, additional ways for early career scholars and graduate students to become involved with the journal, and a journal mission that more clearly centers equity, inclusion, diversity, and justice.