The Princeton Review released its 2024 "Best College" list, highlighting the 389 best colleges across the country and over 30 from New York State made the list including Pace University.
Professor Josh Galperin speaks with E&E News by POLITICO about the Supreme Court to hear a pair of cases that have the potential to upend EPA air pollution rules and disrupt regulations across a spectrum of other federal agencies.
“What if a new business pops up that wasn’t in a position to challenge the rule in the first seven years?” said Josh Galperin, an assistant law professor at Pace University.
Newsday writes a story about Pace men's basketball player Tray Alexander 24’ and his emotional journey from Friends Academy to top assist man in Division II.
Tray Alexander is a Freeport product and one-time star at Friends Academy in Locust Valley now running the men’s basketball show at Pace University. Pace recruited Alexander three times before landing him.
Professor Gershman was featured on Power and Politics by News 12 where he discussed his thoughts and analysis on the new House district maps released by New York’s Independent Redistricting Commission.
Professor Bennett Gershman speaks with CBS News about Donald Trump and his companies being ordered to pay $364 million in the New York civil fraud case.
Law Professor John Bandler writes a piece in Reuters about AI’s promise and problem for law and learning.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is the latest technological tool and the debates are ongoing about future legal and societal implications. Maybe AI will make everything better and improve our lives and solve the world's ills. Maybe it will cause the end of human existence. Or somewhere in between.
The Westchester County Clean Energy Accelerator’s Career Working Group, a partnership between Westchester County’s Office of Economic Development and Sustainable Westchester, will host the inaugural Westchester County Clean Energy Career Summit at Elisabeth Haub School of Law.
Governor Kathy Hochul recently announced grant awards of over $1.8 million for 26 projects in Hudson River Communities. Pace University was awarded $49,811 for “Flood Resilience Network Land Use Leadership Alliance Training Program,” a project with the Land Use Law Center that will implement a community-based Land Use Leadership Alliance (LULA) training program for five to seven municipalities that are members of the Hudson Valley Flood Resilience Network.
Professor Barbara Atwell joined the faculty at Haub Law in 1986. A health law teacher and scholar, she was also appointed as the Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in 2009. Prior to joining Haub Law, she clerked in the sixth circuit and worked as an associate with Arnold and Porter. Now, in her 38th year of teaching at Haub Law, Professor Atwell enjoys all of the courses she teaches, with Bioethics and Medical Malpractice having a slight edge as her favorite.
Natalie Lara ’25 is a first generation Mexican American whose parents both came to the United States as young adults. Natalie was the first in her entire extended family to attend undergraduate school and now is the first to attend law school.