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Businesswire featured Pace University's Elisabeth Haub School of Law in "Elisabeth Haub School of Law Announces Scholarship Endowment Gift From Law Firm Cassin & Cassin LLP"

12/10/2020

Businesswire featured Pace University's Elisabeth Haub School of Law in "Elisabeth Haub School of Law Announces Scholarship Endowment Gift From Law Firm Cassin & Cassin LLP"

Pace University's Elisabeth Haub School of Law today announced a scholarship endowment gift of $100,000 from Cassin & Cassin LLP, a law firm specializing in real estate, real estate finance, and private client matters.

The endowment will be used to create a real estate law scholarship, awarded annually to a selected second-year Haub Law student who maintains a minimum 3.0 GPA, demonstrates a financial need, and has an interest in real estate law. Recipients will be selected by the Law School in the summer of each year, with the first scholarship awarded in Fall 2021.

“We are honored by the generosity of Cassin & Cassin LLP in providing this scholarship,” said Haub Law Dean Horace Anderson. “It will lend robust support to students in our program who have an interest in real estate, including those working with our innovative Land Use Law Center to foster the development of sustainable communities and regions through cutting-edge land use strategies.”

Established in 1993, Haub Law’s Land Use Law Center offers conferences, seminars, clinics, academic law school courses, continuing legal education programs, videos and podcasts, and publications and resources on contemporary land use, real estate, and environmental issues.

“We’re delighted to present this endowment to the Elisabeth Haub School of Law to help students who demonstrate the financial need to further their education,” said Joseph M. Cassin, Chairman and Founder of Cassin & Cassin LLP. “As the Firm approaches its 35th anniversary in early 2021, I cannot think of a better way to acknowledge this achievement then by giving back to such a fine institution. Today, and through the years, many Elisabeth Haub School of Law alumni have worked at the Firm, and they’ve all distinguished themselves as excellent attorneys and great contributors to the Cassin culture. We hope this endowment will help educate and nurture the next generations of fine minds the school produces.”

About Elisabeth Haub School of Law
Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University offers J.D. and Masters of Law degrees in both Environmental and International Law, as well as a Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD) in Environmental Law. The school, housed on the University’s campus in White Plains, N.Y., opened its doors in 1976 and has over 8,500 alumni around the world. The school maintains a unique philosophy and approach to legal education that strikes an important balance between practice and theory.

Haub Law launched its Environmental Law Program in 1978, and it has long been ranked among the world’s leading university programs. Pace’s doctoral graduates teach environmental law at universities around the world. Pace’s J.D. alumni are prominent in environmental law firms, agencies and non-profit organizations across the U.S. and abroad. In 2016, the Law School received a transformational gift from the family of Elisabeth Haub, in recognition of its outstanding environmental law programs.

About Cassin & Cassin LLP
Cassin & Cassin LLP, a law firm with four offices in New York, Dallas and Arizona, has over three decades of experience providing the highest quality of service to our clients. Our attorneys focus on real estate law, representing lending institutions, investment funds, developers, small to medium size companies in all aspects of financing, buying, selling, leasing and development. In addition, our well-established Private Clients practice (formerly Trust & Estates) advises individuals on matrimonial and family law, estate planning and administration, residential real estate financing and the formation of limited liability companies and private foundations.

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