There has been, however, a confluence of factors over the years that has caused us to re-evaluate our evening program and nudged us toward the conclusion that under the circumstances, those resources need to be reallocated so that the law school can continue to evolve in non-traditional and flexible ways. ... While we are sorry to be letting go of a program that has been a touchstone of the Pace Law legal experience, and has resulted in a cohort of such talented, successful, and supportive alumni, we are confident that the benefits far outweigh the losses and will result in your Pace Law degree becoming even more valuable.
I hope this is true, but as a 2003 graduate of the evening program at Pace Law School, I am sorry to see it go. I understand the decision but don't agree with it. Evening students participate in so many aspects of law school life, e.g. moot court and law review, and bring unique life experience to the classroom. Many evening program students I know would not have been able to attend law school were it not for the part-time evening program. I'll miss the interesting students it brought to the law school.
To other Pace Law alums and current students--what do you think?