SLLP`s Real Estate, Planning and Employment team is a flexible and responsive multidisciplinary team offering specialized legal services in real estate (commercial and residential), employment and procurement in the 5 boroughs. The service is ISO 9001:2015 accredited and provides all legal services provided by local authorities to the management of all councils, as well as advice to board members, boards, board committees and schools in accordance with service level agreements. PROFESSOR VANESSA MERTON ELISABETH HAUB FACULTY OF LAW at PACE UNIVERSITY 78 North Broadway, White Plains NY 10603 — 914 422 4333 — Tracy has experience in most areas of local legal work, including civil and criminal litigation, planning, highways, residential and commercial real estate. She has over 20 years of experience in employment law consulting and is appreciated by clients for her calm and pragmatic approach to instructions. Tracy graduated as a lawyer in 1992 after starting her legal career in 1987 as a junior legal assistant at the London Borough of Sutton, who then supported her throughout her legal training. She has held various legal positions and joined SLLP in 2013 as a team leader. In April 2017, she became Head of Law of the Real Estate and Commercial team in charge of managing the Real Estate and Employment teams. She leads labour law issues at SLLP. Professor Vanessa Merton, B.A. Radcliffe College 1970, J.D. N.Y.U. Law School 1973, teaches and directs the Immigration Justice Clinic (“IJC”) at John Jay Legal Services, Inc. in White Plains, New York.

The IJC provides free legal services to non-citizens who would otherwise not be able to afford legal assistance, including representation in asylum or family status claims, removal proceedings at federal and state detention centers, and petitions for victims of crime and immigrant youth. IJC student lawyers also conduct public education programs at community centers in the Hudson Valley and plead before immigration court, the Immigration Appeals Board, federal circuit courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court. In 2017, the IJC supported people detained at New York airports under Trump`s executive orders and volunteered for several spring breaks at immigration detention centers on the southern border of Texas and Georgia. The IJC also regularly participates in the National Day of Action on Capitol Hill and collaborates with leaders of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. When representing clients in complex litigation, Mert acts as a national, regional and local litigator. He has experience in legal project management and strategic planning, alternative dispute resolution, litigation and appeals. This includes a flexible approach to case management that provides opportunities for early assessment and resolution of claims, multi-layered defence strategies, informed decisions and, where possible, reduced transaction costs.

When the pressure comes, Mert and his team are well prepared and ready to drive the corresponding goals and process strategies. Speaker at economic and legal conferences in the United States, Europe and the Middle East. For fifteen years, Professor Merton served as Associate Dean of Pace Law School of Clinical Education and Executive Director of John Jay Legal Services, while founding and teaching clinics for access to health care and the prosecution of domestic violence. Professor Merton was also a founding faculty member of the City University of New York School of Law. She began her legal teaching career as a clinical professor at New York University School of Law. Previously, she worked in the Criminal Defense Division of the Legal Aid Society of New York and served as counsel on the Disciplinary Committee of the first department. The best thing about your course? Law is an exciting discipline and different from anything you`ve studied before. The dynamic and ever-changing nature of the subject gives us the opportunity not only to talk about what the law is, but also to engage in normative arguments about what it should be – this is where the most exciting discussion needs to take place! That is, a lot of time is also spent on solving legal problems. The subject relies on a wide range of skills and will always keep you on your toes! The aim of the service is to provide more resilient and better quality legal services than individual authorities, assuming that savings will have to be made in the budgets of all local authorities in the future. Mert is a nationally recognized speaker and thought leader focused on emerging trends in liability and tort, as well as litigation, practice management and legal education. Autor von mehr als 50 veröffentlichten Artikeln zu juristischen Themen. Weiler, et al.

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