Dean David Yassky spoke with NPR reporter Allison Dunne about Pace Law School’s new partnership with the College of Saint Rose that will allow qualified students to enter law school after their junior year in college. Among the many advantages, the program will save students a year’s study as well as a year’s tuition.
“I think this partnership is terrific because it works well for both parties,” Dean Yassky said during the radio broadcast. “For Saint Rose students it is an opportunity to come to law school in the New York City area, the largest legal marketplace in the world, and also to take advantage of some of our specialty areas, including environmental law and criminal law.”
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