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Meet Jennifer Zaurov '22, a Lubin student pursuing a Dual MBA who founded the first Arts and Entertainment Management Graduate Club at Pace.

January 7, 2022
Students

At Pace, Aissatou Gningue has consistently challenged herself. She’s been a UN Millennium Fellow, Orientation leader, and is launching a new Entrepreneurship Club—in addition to being in a five-year MBA program and double majoring in accounting and political science with a minor in pre-law. Her philosophy: “What’s the point if it’s not challenging?”

January 7, 2022
In the Media

A “harmless error” is not enough to overturn a conviction, Bennett Gershman, a professor at Pace Law School, told Reuters.

January 6, 2022
The Guardian
In the Media

Pace University law professor Bennett Gershman said he expected Kaplan to reject Andrew's stance. "Are they saying everybody in the world is now free because of the settlement? It's a tough sell," he told AFP.

January 6, 2022
Yahoo News
In the Media

Even if an appellate court agreed that Nathan made a mistake, Maxwell's lawyers would need to show that it mattered to the outcome of the case. A "harmless error" is not enough to overturn a conviction, according to Bennett Gershman, a professor at Pace Law School. "It's a very heavy burden," Gershman said, adding that federal appellate courts tend to defer to trial judges.

January 6, 2022
Reuters
In the Media

Katrina Fischer Kuh, a professor at Pace Law School, noted that in Rapanos, the high court split 4-1-4, with Justice Scalia authoring the plurality decision that interpreted "waters of the U.S." and "navigable waters" narrowly. Since Rapanos, however, courts have relied on Justice Kennedy's solo concurrence that took a broader view. "A majority in Sackett could adopt Justice Scalia's definition and thereby shrink the reach of the Clean Water Act, particularly to wetlands," Kuh said. "Despite the import of the underlying question of statutory interpretation and clear disagreement in lower courts, procedural aspects of the case would seem to weigh against granting certiorari."

January 6, 2022
Law 360
In the Media

Pace Law School professor Bennett Gershman, a former prosecutor and author of a review of the former New York City mayor's false 2020 election claims, says there is a good chance Giuliani will be indicted on charges of violating the Foreign Agents Registration Act.

January 6, 2022
Law 360
In the Media

Bennett Gershman, a Pace University law professor and former state prosecutor, said he saw the case as “not a slam-dunk.” District attorneys are obligated to focus on how the case will play out before a jury, including a defense attorney’s cross-examination of the accuser, he said. “It’s very, very difficult to go ahead with a prosecution where you’re really not sure you’ve got the goods,” he said.

January 6, 2022
ABC News
In the Media

Pace University is the latest American college to start its own esports program. The university will participate in college esports leagues.

January 4, 2022
Esports Insider
In the Media

Previous article Pace University launches esports programme.

January 4, 2022
Esports Insider