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School Snippets: November 2018

News Story

New programs, student successes, and general updates from Dyson, Lubin, and the Elisabeth Haub School of Law.

Elisabeth Haub School of Law

The Elisabeth Haub School of Law has recently announced an new JD concentration in Women, Gender, and the Law. The concentration is the newest of five concentrations that the Law School offers in various fields of legal study and was created in response to a growing interest in the topic among Pace Law students. The concentration is available immediately to any qualifying Pace Law student.

“For four decades, Pace Law has prided itself on being on the cutting edge of legal education,” said Dean Horace Anderson, JD.  “And since the establishment of the Women’s Justice Center in 1991, Pace Law has made gender justice a priority.  The Women, Gender, and the Law concentration provides an opportunity for students to have gender justice inform their pursuit of careers in family law, trusts and estates, criminal justice, immigration, and a wide range of other areas of practice.”

The concentration is the latest in the school’s “Path to Practice” curricular approach, which provides students with rigorous classroom learning and experiential learning opportunities.


Dyson College of Arts and Sciences

Dyson’s MS and PhD in Mental Health Counseling programs have earned accreditation from the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), following a rigorous external review and self-assessment. Only 25 institutions in New York State offer a master or doctoral mental health counseling program with CACREP accreditation.

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Lubin School of Business

Melissa Correa '20, a global marketing management major on the New York City Campus, came to New York from Florida in search of a business education that would provide her with experience-based learning. In Lubin’s newsletter, Melissa talks internships, study abroad, and how Pace has helped her prepare for whatever comes her way.

>> Read more about Melissa’s Pace Path.