Rosetta Stone at Pace Law School

rosetta_stone_smPace Law School recently obtained a subscription for the language-learning software Rosetta Stone. The purpose of the program is to better support the U.S. Comparative Environmental Brazil program, the Immigration Clinic, John Jay Legal Services, International law externships, as well as students applying for Fulbright Scholarships. Due to the limited number of available licenses and the strong demand for this product, the Law Library has set up certain parameters for usage. Preference will be given to current Pace Law Students, although faculty and staff are also encouraged to apply. Use is limited to 25 individuals at any given time. For more information about the program see the Usage Policy. This program was made possible with a grant from the Elizabeth Haub Foundation.

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