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Elisabeth Haub School of Law Archives: Series 8: Videos & Multimedia

The following guide lists the series titles of the Pace Law School Archives and indexes the contents of each series.


*Selected Videos Are Available at Pace University Law Library MediaSpace.


  • Panel: Brown v. Board of Education (April 30, 2004)


  • Animal Rights Conference - Parts 1 - 5 (1997)
  • Animal Rights Conference - Parts 1 - 5 (1999)
  • Animal Rights Conference - Parts 1 - 4 (2000)


  • *Third-Year Law Students' Career Convocation (Sept. 28, 1998)


  • Conference: International Trade (Int'l Law Students Association) (Oct. 28, 2005)
  • The Americanization of International Arbitration Conference (Int'l Law Students Association) (Oct. 29, 2005)


  • Prison Reform Revisited (Oct. 17, 2003)


  • Criminal Justice Society (CJS) Panel Discussion on Domestic Violence (April 17, 1995)
  • Battered Woman Syndrome: Expert Witness Testimony (mock trial) (1996)
  • Prosecuting Batterers in the 21st Century, Sgt. Mark Wynn, Nashville TN Police Dep't Metropolitan Domestic Violence Division (presented by the New York State Attorney General & Office for Prevention of Domestic Violence) (undated)
  • *New York State Summit on Children and Violence (Pace Law Review), Tapes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (May 3, 2000)


  • *Center for Environmental Legal Studies: 10th Anniversary Environmental Law Forum (June 15, 1993)
  • *Colloquium on Directions and Corrections in Air Pollution Policy (1996), Tapes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Pace Env. Law Society)
  • World Environment Day Moot Court  (June 7, 1996)
  • Environmental Professors' Workshop (Feb. 20, 1998)
  • *Sea Hunt, Inc. v. Shipwrecked Vessels: Colloquium on Sovereign Rights (PELR) (1999) (partial)


  • Defining the Role of Local Government Panel Discussion (March 9, 1996)
  • *Colloquium on Starr Report and Impeachment of President William Clinton (1998)


  • *Managing Women's Health Care, Tapes 1, 2 (Nov. 17, 1995) (Westchester Women's Bar Ass'n & NY Medical College)
  • *Health Law Society Symposium (April 2, 1997)
  • Law and Ethics at the End of Life (CLE Panel) (1997)
  •  Professors Madden & Merton Discuss the Breast Implant Settlement (Women's Law Students Association (WALS)) (1994)
  •  Health Law Society Panel: The Right to Die (1999)
  • Symposium, "Playing the Psychiatric Odds: Can We Protect the Public by Predicting Dangerousness?," Pace Univ. School of Law Battered Women's Justice Ctr. & Albert Einstein Coll. of Medicine, Parts 1, 2, 3, 4 (April 8, 1999)
  • Symposium: Roe v. Wade (Westchester Women's Bar Ass'n) (Sept. 17, 2003) (partial)
  • LGBT Health in Law, Medicine and Government: Knowing Your Rights (Fall 2003)
  • Beware the Unexpected: Anticipating and Avoiding Health Care Fraud and Abuse Pitfalls - Parts 1, 2 (CLE Panel) (May 26, 2004)
  • Financing Long Term Health Care (CLE Program) (undated).


  •  Human Rights Panel, Parts 1, 2 (Gaelic Law Society) (March 30, 1996)


  • U.S. Immigration, Past, Present and Future (Stephen J.O. Maltby, Esq.) (April 16, 1996) (LALSA)


  • Colloquium on Russia (April 15, 1998)
  • Amnesty International Panel (Oct. 13, 1998)
  • *The Law and Terrorism Faculty Panel Discussion, Tapes 1, 2 (Oct. 17, 2001)


  • *Land Use Conference, Tapes 1, 2 (Real Estate Law Society) (April 8, 1993).


*Selected Videos Are Available at Pace University Law Library MediaSpace.


  •  Pace Law School London Program, Lectures on Law in the U.K. (Prof. Gayle Westerman) (Sept. 11, 12, 13 & 14, 1995)
  • *Memorial Service for Professor Barbara Salken  (Nov. 21, 1996)
  • Law Day Convocation, Honorable George E. Pataki, Governor of New York (1996)
  •  *Pace Law School Classroom Building Dedication (Oct. 4, 1999)
  •  *Academic Convocation: Honorable Janet Reno, U.S. Attorney General (2000)
  •  Pace Law School Town Hall Meeting (Dean Friedman) (April 11, 2005)
  •  FSMC Campus Tours, RFP (2005)
  •  Pace Law School Awards Ceremony (Oct. 24, 2005)
  •  Pace Law School Awards Ceremony (Oct. 9, 2006).


  •     Alumni Association (AALSA)

                *4th Annual Leadership Awards Dinner (1998)
                Award Dinner Honoring Dean Koh (October 11, 2005)

  •     BLSA

   BLSA & LALSA Lecture (Black Law Students' & Latin American Law Students' Associations) (Feb. 25, 1998)
   *BLSA Black History Month Program Honoring Prof. Randolph Scott-McLaughlin, Tapes 1, 2 (Feb. 28, 1998)
  * BLSA Black History Month Lecture: Johnnie Cochran, Esq. (Black Law Students Association) (Feb. 2, 1999)

  •     Federalist Society

  Hon. Robert S. Smith, Associate Judge, New York Court of Appeals, Lecture: “Reflections of My First Three Years on the    Court of Appeals Bench” (Nov. 1, 2006)

  •    LALSA

             Latin American Law Students Association Cultural Heritage Event (March 13, 1998)

  •    LAMBDA

              "Domestic Partnerships" (Fall 2003)
              "The Future of Gay Marriage" (LAMBDA), Tapes 1, 2 (May 5, 2004)

  •    Pace Law School Graduations

              First Mid-Year Graduates’ Reception (1996)
              Pace Law School Commencement (2005)
              Pace Law School Commencement - Headshots (2005)
              Pace Law School Commencement (2006)
              Pace Law School Commencement (2008).


Mock Trial:  The First Monday in October: Mock Supreme Court Argument (1998) (Office of the Appellate Defender)

Multistate Bar Examination Review Lecture: PMBR (2005) - Parts 1, 2

Lecture on Forensic Psychiatry, Merill Rotler, M.D. (April 21, 2005)

Opening and Closing Arguments, Brafman, Goldberg, Morvillo, Saracco & Korn (April 4, 2005) -Tapes 1, 2.

Lecture, Nuts and Bolts of the Bar Exam, Brian Williams, NY State Board of Bar Examiners (2006)

Pretrial Civil Litigation Simulation: Deposition of Jesse Abbey (Beetle v. ImagineWorld) (March 20, 2013)

World Championship Match of the 2015 White & Case International Rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition: The Case Concerning East Agnostica (2015)



Videos of Lectures 2010, 2011, 2012, & 2015 Are Available at Pace University Law Library MediaSpace.

1991:  Louis Henkin, Columbia Law School; Columbia University Center for the Study of Human Rights; American Society of International Law
"Congress, the President, and the United Nations"

1992: W. Michael Reisman, Yale Law School
"International Election Observation"

1993:  Stephen M. Schwebel, Int'l Court of Justice
"The Performance and Prospects for the International Court of Justice"

1993:  Shoshana Netanyahu, Justice, Supreme Court of Israel
"The Supreme Court of Israel: A Safeguard of The Rule of Law"

1995:  Ian Brownlie, CBE, QC, FBA, University of Oxford; and All Souls College, Oxford
"The Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes in Practice"

1996:  Ronald St. John Macdonald, CC, QC, European Court of Human Rights
"Solidarity in International Public Law"

1997:  Benjamin B. Ferencz, Chief Prosecutor, U.S. Army, Einsatzgruppen Trial of the 'Subsequent Nuremberg Trials' at Nuremberg, Germany; Pace University School of Law
"International Criminal Courts: The Legacy of Nuremberg"

1998:  W. Ramsey Clark, Attorney General of the United States
"The Legality and the Effects of the United Nations Sanctions against Iraq"

1999:  David J. Scheffer, Northwestern University; First U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues (1997–2001)
"War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity"

2000:  M. Cherif Bassiouni, Int'l Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC), Siracusa, Italy, "International Humanitarian Law"

2002:  George J. Annas, Boston University
"Human Rights and Health in a World of Inequality"

2004:  Barbara Stark, Hofstra University School of Law
"Women and Globalization: A World of Change"

2005:  Philippe Kirsch, Int'l Criminal Court (ICC)
"The International Criminal Court and the Enforcement of International Justice"

2007:  Mark D. Welton, Lt. Col., Ret., Professor of Law, United States Military  Academy, West Point
"Islam, the West, and the Rule of Law."


Videos of Lectures  2010, 2011, & 2015 Are Available at Pace University Law Library MediaSpace

1992:  Stephen Gillers, New York University School of Law
"The Owl and the Fox: The Transformation of Legal Work in a Commodity Culture"

1994:  Hon. E. Leo Milonas, Chief Administrative Judge, State of New York
"Matrimonial Lawyers and Ethical Problems"

1995:  Linda Fairstein, Esq., Sex Crimes Prosecution Unit, N.Y. County District Attorney's Office
"Sex Crimes and the Media"

1996:  Monroe H. Freedman, Hofstra University School of Law
"Ethical Obligations of Prosecutors in Death Penalty Cases"

1997:  Bill Wagner, Ass'n of Trial Lawyers of America; Senior Partner, Wagner, Vaughan & McLaughlin, P.A.
"Legal Ethics in a Confrontational Society"

1998:  Ronald K. Noble, New York University School of Law; Former Under Secretary for Enforcement, U.S. Department of the Treasury
"Investigating Leaks: A Necessary Undertaking for Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr"

2001:  William H. Simon, Stanford University; Visiting Professor, Columbia University
"The Role of the Public Official's Lawyer: A Case Study from the Clinton Era"
2003:  James B. Comey, U.S. Attorney, Southern District of New York
"Fighting Terrorism and Protecting Civil Liberties"

2003:  Stanley L. Cohen, Attorney of Law
"Deconstructing Ethical Considerations 2-26, 2-27, 2-28, and 2-29: A Textual and Historical Analysis"


Videos of Lectures 2010, 2012, 2014, & 2015 Are Available at Pace University Law Library MediaSpace

1991:  Panel Presentation: "Justice Brennan: Foundation for the Future"
Panelists:  Nadine Strossen (New York Law School),  "Justice Brennan and the Religion Clauses";  Gerald Rosberg (Dewey Ballantine), "Justice Brennan and the Law of Obscenity"; Ronald Tabak (Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom), "Justice Brennan and the Death Penalty";  Bennett L. Gershman (Pace Law School), "The Moral Force of His Language";  Ralph M. Stein (Pace Law School), "Justice Brennan and the First Amendment Minefield: In Respectful Appreciation."

1992:  Sylvia A. Law, New York University School of Law
"Crystal Eastman"

1993:  Hon. Joseph W. Bellacosa, NY Court of Appeals
"Ethical Impulses From the Death Penalty: 'Old Sparky's' Jolt to the Legal Profession"

1996:  John C. Coffee, Jr., Columbia Law School
"Class Actions After the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and MCA and What Should be Done About It"

2001:  Jesse H. Choper, Earl Warren Professor of Public Law, University of California, Berkeley
"The Presidential Election of 2000 and the Role of the United States Supreme Court"

2002:  Professor Daniel Farber, University of Minnesota
"Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Rethinking Environmental Law After American Trucking"

2003:  Harvey J. Goldschmid, Securities and Exchange Commission; Columbia University
"Post Enron America and SEC Perspectives"

2005:  Kevin R. Johnson, University of California at Davis, School of Law
"The Forgotten 'Repatriation' of Persons of Mexican Ancestry and Lessons for the War on Terror"

2009:  Dr. Cornel West,  Princeton University Center for African American Studies
"In the Age of Obama"


Videos of Lectures 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, & 2015 Are Available at Pace University Law Library Mediaspace

1995:  David Sive, Esq., Founding Partner, Sive, Paget, & Reisel, PC; Adjunct Professor, Pace Law School, "The Litigation Process in the Development of Environmental Law"

1996:  Joseph L. Sax, U.S. Department of the Interior
"Using Property Rights to Attack Environmental Protection"

1997:  William H. Rodgers, Jr., Univ. of Washington School of Law
"Defeating Environmental Law: The Geology of Legal Advantage"

1998:  Oliver A. Houck, Tulane University School of Law
"Environmental Law and the General Welfare"

2000:  A. Dan Tarlock, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology
"The Future of Environmental 'Rule of Law' Litigation"

2001:  Gerald Torres, Univ. of Texas Law School
"Who Owns the Sky?"

2002:  Zygmunt J. B. Plater, Boston College Law School
“Environmental Law at the Crossroads: The Road Travelled and the Road Ahead"

2006:  Karin P. Sheldon, Associate Dean, Environmental Law Program & Dir., Environmental Law Center, Vermont Law School
“Upstream of Peril: The Role of Federal Lands in Addressing the Extinction Crisis"


Videos of Lectures 2010 & 2014 Are Available at Pace University Law Library MediaSpace

1993:  Professor John A. Humbach
"Property Rights, Takings and Justice in a Democracy"

 1995:  Professor M. Stuart Madden
"The Vital Common Law: Its Role in a Statutory Age"

1997:  Professor James J. Fishman
"Tenure and Its Discontents"

1999:  Professor Jeffrey G. Miller
"Evolutionary Statutory Interpretation or Mr. Justice Scalia Meets Darwin, Dean Ottinger, and Various Theories of Memes, Ecology, Complexity, and the Common Law"

2002:  Professor Donald Doernberg
"The New Federalism: Sovereign Immunity or the Rule of Law"

2007: Professor Michael B. Mushlin
"The Prison Crucible: Race and the American Penal System"


Videos of Lectures 2010, 2011, 2013 & 2014 Are Available at Pace University Law Library MediaSpace

2000:  Carol M. Rose, Yale Law School
"Selling the Common Heritage? Commerce, Property and the Protection of the Environment"

2001:  Jacqueline Lang Weaver, Univ. of Houston Law Center
"The Federal Government As a Useful Enemy: Perspectives on the Bush Energy/Environment Agenda from the Texas Oil Fields"

2003:  Bharat H. Desai, PhD, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
"The Future of International Environmental Governance: Johannesburg and Beyond"

2004:  Daniel C. Esty, Yale Law School
"Bringing Administrative Law to Bear in Global Environmental Governance"

2006:  Theodore W. Kheel. Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP; CEO, Nurture Nature Foundation
"Resolving the Conflict between Environmental Protection and Economic Development"

2008:  Peter Lehner, Executive Director, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
"Environment, Law, and Nonprofits: How NGOs Shape Our Laws, Health, and Communities"


Videos of Lectures 2010 & 2011 Are Available at Pace University Law Library MediaSpace

1996:  Roger G. Kennedy
Director of the National Park Service; (1979-1993) Director of the Smithsonian National Museum of American History
"A World of Possibilities: John Jay and the New Order of the Universe"

1999:  Stewart Jay
Professor of Law, University of Washington School of Law
"Most Humble Servants: The Advisory Role of Early Judges."