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.
Current Issue: Volume 41, Issue 2 (2021)
Identifying Super-precedents in an Era of Human Rights
Vincent J. Samar
Getting a Second Wind: Reviving Natural Rights Clauses as a Means to Challenge Unjustified Occupational Licensing Regulations
Alexander C. Lemke and Alexander Macdonald
The Liability of Health Care Providers to Third Parties Injured by a Patient
Samuel D. Hodge Jr.
United States v. Hoskins: An Opportunity for the Second Circuit to Limit the Abusive Reach of the FCPA
Christopher D. Man and Kyllan J. Gilmore