The Pace Law Community Practice (PCLP) is one of the first legal services office of its kind in the country. It is a legal residency program that hires Pace Law graduates as Fellows who represent low and moderate income community members on a sliding scale basis under the close supervision of experienced attorneys. The PCLP has been launched with seed funds raised in honor of Congressman Dick Ottinger, Pace Law’s Dean Emeritus and a public service icon. Initially, the PCLP is representing young immigrant “Dreamers” eligible for Deferred Action, and will continue to provide immigration and other civil legal services to the vastly underrepresented communities of New York’s Hudson Valley. More information about the PCLP, including bios of our Fellows, can be found on the Pace Law School website here and on at the PCLP Facebook page.