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On November 2, New York State voters will decide whether to add the following sentence to the New York Constitution’s Bill of Rights: “Environmental rights. Each person shall have a right to clean air and water, and a healthful environment.” Pace / Haub Environmental Law Professor Katy Kuh will be a featured panelist in a discussion on the history of the green amendment and its legal and policy implications, hosted by the New York City Bar Association on Tuesday, October 26th at 6:00 pm. Register to learn more.
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Our colleague Claudia Kenny is a speaker at today's "Farm Leasing and Conservation Practices: Incentivizing Secure Tenure and Climate Resilience" CLE program hosted by the PACE-NRDC Food Law Initiative and American Farmland Trust! Pace Environmental Law Program American Farmland Trust | New York

https://www.nysdra.org/news/539909/Claudia-Kenny-Speaks-at-Farm-Leasing-and-Conservation-Practices-CLE-Program.htm
This past week I received in the mail a letter from "Pace University." Usually I throw that stuff out, but I'm glad I opened it. The school is running a giving campaign and you can specify that your donation go directly to the law school! Please keep in mind that alumni giving rates are taken into account for school rankings. Therefore, if 100% of alum gave just $1 each, it would do loads for our rankings! Please consider donating. Thanks!
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This moment is long overdue but GW Law's Environmental & Energy Law Program is incredibly excited to welcome Prof. Lin Harmon-Walker to our team here.

Prof. Harmon-Walker recently joined The George Washington University Law School as Interim Director of the Environmental and Energy Law Program and Visiting Associate Professor of Law.

Her career has encompassed law practice, where she handled environmental insurance defense and coverage cases; nonprofit organization leadership as executive director of Friends of Trees, The Oregon Mediation Association, and
Greater Portland Sustainability Education Network - GPSEN; and academic management and teaching at top-ranked environmental law programs: Program
Lewis & Clark Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law Program, where she as Director of Graduate Programs in Environmental and Natural Resources Law, and Pace Law School, where she was Assistant Dean for the Pace Environmental Law Program. Her community service has included chairing ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources’s (SEER) Endangered Species Committee, active service on the ABA Competitions Committee and in Association of American Law Schools' Environmental and Natural Resources sections, serving as a Commissioner on the SustainPortland Commission, helping establish Oregon State Bar’s Sustainable Future Section, and serving as Policies and Procedures chair for the national Alliance for Community Trees.

Since 2000, Prof. Harmon-Walker has organized and managed a number of conferences and field studies for environmental and energy law professors in the areas of environment, renewable energy, climate change, and disaster management. Her academic courses have included UN Environmental Diplomacy, which placed students at Missions of Small Island Developing States at UN Headquarters in New York during the formulation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals; two courses she created at Lewis & Clark, Comparative Environmental Law from a Global Resources Perspective Seminar and Environmental Negotiation and Mediation Practicum, which teaches students to negotiate mutual gains solutions to contentious environmental, energy, and natural resources disputes. She has supervised numerous student research projects and graduate theses in the field.

Her international experience has included training Brazilian energy officials and judges in environmental dispute resolution; soliciting partnerships and support for Motions at the IUCN's (International Union for the Conservation of Nature) World Conservation Congress and leading a Pace delegation of professors and students to the Congress; chairing the international Jury for the Elisabeth Haub Environmental Diplomacy award; and guest lecturing on environmental law topics for law schools in India, Nepal, China, and Brazil. She is a member of the IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law and the United Nations Association.

Prof. Harmon-Walker's recently co-authored book, Comparative and Global Environmental Law and Policy, is now available through Wolters Kluwer PL and will be the text for her GW summer seminar of the same name.

WELCOME!!
Yesterday at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Professor Nicholas A. Robinson His international environmental career spans 5 decades. He founded the Pace Environmental Law Program and has served on the boards of organizations dedicated to environmental law ... https://www.iucn.org/content/professor-nicholas-robinson-usa IUCN Europe IUCN Asia IUCN Water Programme
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An internationally renowned, nationally ranked environmental law program nestled between New York Ci

Founded in 1982, the Pace Environmental Law Program oversees all of Pace Law School's prestigious environmental academic programs and research centers, including the Environmental Litigation Clinic, the Pace Energy and Climate Center, the Land Use Law Center, the Center for Environmental Legal Studies, and the Kheel Center for the Resolution of Environmental Interest Disputes. Environmental law s

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01/23/2023

Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University Professor Katrina Kuh discusses the legal implications for ExxonMobil documents in Chemistry World's recently published article, "ExxonMobil scientists’ climate models were accurate, but hidden".

"The new study will bolster efforts to hold the company accountable for climate harms. The study’s findings provide additional evidence that ExxonMobil’s public assertions emphasising the uncertainty in different aspects of climate change science were disingenuous. That will help to support claims brought in many cases pending in US courts that the company’s conduct was unreasonable and that [its] representations to consumers, including about the harms from [its] products, were misleading. This could influence whether the company is held liable and whether enhanced damages are warranted." - Professor Katy Kuh

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01/12/2023

📢 CALL FOR JUDGES! We invite you to join us as a virtual judge for the The Jeffrey G. Miller National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition (NELMCC) in February 2023. The Competition is distinctive in that three adverse teams argue the issues, reflecting the fact that environmental litigation frequently involves multiple parties — the government, a public interest group, and a member of the regulated industry.

Judges evaluating the oral arguments include attorneys with environmental law expertise, local attorneys and judges from the nation’s courts. Final round judges are members of the federal and state benches and the US EPA’s Environmental Appeals Board.

Oral arguments will be online via ZOOM. Preliminary rounds begin Wednesday, February 22 and conclude with the semifinal round on Friday, February 24, 2023. The Final round is scheduled for Saturday, February, 25, 2023.

Attorneys admitted to the New York Bar for more than two years may earn two general practice credits per round of judging! Attorneys in other states may also be eligible!

Register HERE ➡ bit.ly/3vTBxlg

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The Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University conferred the 2022 Elisabeth Haub Award for Environmental Law and Diplomacy on Professor Paulo de Bessa Antunes, an environmental scholar and leading professor of environmental law at Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, head of the Environmental Practice of Campos Mello Advogados (Brazil).

This year’s award highlighted the Amazonian crisis and the rule of law in Brazil and included a timely discussion with the laureate, led by Professor David Cassuto, Director of the Brazil-American Institute for Law and Environment (BAILE) Haub Law.

“Through this award, for 25 years, we have recognized the diplomats, policy makers, lawyers and activists who have sought to protect our environment through the rule of law, the cooperation of world governments and the group efforts of advocates across the globe,” said Christian Haub, businessman, philanthropist and grandson of Elisabeth Haub, who presented the award along with his daughter Anna-Sophia E. Haub who also serves on the board of advisors for the Law School’s Sustainable Business Law Hub. “It is our hope that with this award, we are making a statement in support of those individuals and communities who are fighting to create a more sustainable planet.”

Read More in the Annual Report ➡️ bit.ly/3OOVrqd

12/16/2022

Meet the inaugural Faculty Director of the Sustainable Business Law Hub at The Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University: sustainable business law expert Professor Jason Czarnezki! Professor Czarnezki is also the Associate Dean of the Pace I Haub Environmental Law Program.

Prof Czarnezki specializes in environmental and natural resources law and policy, and sustainable business strategies, with a particular expertise in sustainable procurement, ESG criteria, eco-labeling, and life cycle assessment and costing. He has written extensively in the field, including his recent article, Sustainable Business Law? The Key Role of Corporate Governance and Finance.

Read more in recently published Westfair Online article ➡️ http://bit.ly/3FX4rqr

12/13/2022

NEWS ALERT 🗞️: Distinguished Professor James R. May of Delaware Law Schoolwill return in spring 2023 as a Pace I Haub Environmental Law Visiting Scholar! We are incredibly honored to welcome our longtime friend and global environmental rights expert back to the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University.

May shares a long history with Haub Law as he previously served as a Haub Visiting Scholar in 2020 and more recently, in spring of 2022, May joined the environmental law faculty as a visiting professor. Fun fact - May served as distinguished member of the bench as Final Round Judge in this previous year's The Jeffrey G. Miller National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition (NELMCC). As a Visiting Scholar in 2020, he focused on the intersection of human rights and environmental law, specifically concentrating on constitutionally-recognized rights to human dignity. And, this past spring, as a Visiting Professor he taught Civil Procedure and a seminar on Environmental Rights. Notably, May is also a past recipient of the Nicholas Robinson Award for Distinguished Environmental Achievement.

“Professor May provides students with a compelling example of how to use careful but ambitious scholarship to support social and environmental justice. His work has helped to advance environmental rights around the world and will be instrumental as we implement New York’s new constitutional right to clean air, clean water, and a healthful environment", says Professor Katrina Kuh.

Welcome back to , Professor May!

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12/12/2022

For the second year in a row, a team of students from University of Miami School of Law won the third annual Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University Environmental Law & Policy Hack Competition. Congratulations to students Vanessa Forbes-Pateman, Alyssa Huffman, Clara Tomé, Gabriella Berman, Katie Geddes and coach Professor Jessica Owley on this achievement! The Competition, developed by Haub Law and launched in 2020, is an environmental law and policy problem-solving event that invites students to propose an innovative and practical response to a current environmental challenge and awards seed funding to support implementation of the winning concept.

This year, the teams were invited to propose an innovative private environmental governance intervention with the potential to spur meaningful on-the-ground environmental progress. Of the proposals received, four teams were selected to compete as finalists in Haub Law’s 2022 Environmental Law & Policy Hack Competition. The finalist teams were from the Vanderbilt University Law School, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, University of Miami School of Law, and Yale School of the Environment, Yale School of Management. The final round of this year’s Environmental Law & Policy Hack Competition was judged by María José Gutiérrez, Senior Director of International Programs for Tradewater and Founder and Director of RE Consultoria, Roger Martella, Vice President, Chief Sustainability Officer for the GE, and Maram Salaheldin, Attorney at Law, Clark Hill Law’s Environmental & Natural Resources and International Trade practice groups.

“This is the third year we have held the Hack Competition, and once again, the competing finalist teams have impressed us with the breadth of their knowledge and their proposals that have the potential to make positive and meaningful environmental progress,” said Haub Law Professor Katrina Kuh, who organized the competition and wrote this year’s Hack Competition problem. “All four finalist teams submitted proposals that would have great benefits to environmental law and policy, most notably the University of Miami team’s proposal provides real-life solutions to the environmental issues involved with deep-seabed mining.”


Read More about the 2022 Hack Comp ➡️ http://bit.ly/3HzaKlB

12/07/2022

Happening THIS WEEK!

The Land Use Law Center will hold the 21st Annual Alfred B. DelBello Land Use and Sustainable Development Conference Thurs., Dec. 8th. This year's conference theme is Land Use Under Siege: Revisiting Well Grounded.

Twenty years ago, land use was well grounded. Local leaders were able to make steady progress to further environmental protection, sustainable development and the revitalization of cities and urban villages. Through optimistic guides to problem solving, using innovative land use laws, Professor John Nolon championed these efforts. Since then, localities have been challenged to address fair housing, a pandemic, shocking revelations of our racist history, threats of preemption of local power, and the ravages of climate change. The challenges today are much greater than in 2001 when Well Grounded: Using Local Land Use Authority to Achieve Smart Growth was first published. A new approach to properly using local land use power is needed. The conference is dedicated to furthering this exploration and to the prolific body of work of Professor John Nolon.

8AM - 5PM EST
Learn More : https://bit.ly/3F6gXlQ

10/26/2022

Have you heard about the new Program Coordinator for the Food and Farm Business Law Clinic and Pace's Food Law Center at Haub Law? Meet Camden Smithtro!

We are thrilled to welcome Camden to the program. Check out the links below to learn more about the Food Law Center and Food and Farm Business Law Clinic, where Camden is putting her skills to good use in support of the center and clinic's activities! Fun Fact: Now that Camden resides in Westchester, she enjoys riding her bike on the North County Trail.

Read more about Camden: https://bit.ly/3S7WAtj
Read more about the Center: https://bit.ly/3T0DW7F
Read more about the Clinic: https://bit.ly/3CnWWpu

10/25/2022

Please join us for a book launch event with Alumna Maya van Rossum ‘92, author of The Green Amendment: The People's Fight for a Clean, Safe, and Healthy Environment (forthcoming November 2022).

We have reached a critical tipping point in our fight for the environment: Corporations profit off climate change, natural disasters devastate homes, and the most vulnerable suffer the health effects of pollution. Yet our laws are designed to accommodate this destruction rather than prevent it. Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University Professor Nicholas Robinson will lead an insightful discussion with Maya focusing on her roadmap to a healthier world—one that uses the law to empower activists and support environmental social justice for all communities.

See you there!

Thursday, October 27, 2022 | 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Register to attend: https://bit.ly/3gkWv8p

BOOK TALK: The Green Amendment: The People's Fight for a Clean, Safe, and Healthy Environment Green Amendments For The Generations

Environmental And Energy Law Section Fall Meeting 2022 - New York State Bar Association 10/18/2022

Pace | Haub Environmental Law alums Alicia Legland '20 (Hodgson Russ LLP) and William Kellermeyer '20 (Knauf Shaw LLP) are presenting on a panel regarding the Implementation of the CLCPA – Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, at the New York State Bar Association Environmental and Energy Law Section Section's 2022 Fall Meeting.

This program will cover where New York is at in its clean energy and climate agenda, focusing on the work of the Climate Action Council and the impending Scoping Plan, Department of Environmental Conservation’s regulatory initiatives and recent denials of high-profile Title V permits, permitting before the Office of Renewable Energy Siting, NYSERDA's progress in meeting the Clean Energy Standard and the interplay of the Public Service Commission’s mission to ensure affordable, safe, secure and reliable power.

October 18 -19
Register Here: https://bit.ly/3Vv74Wx

Environmental And Energy Law Section Fall Meeting 2022 - New York State Bar Association Implementing New York’s Clean Energy and Climate Change Agenda – Where Are We? New York is at the forefront in the fight against climate change. As part of its efforts, there have been numerous regulatory and legislative initiatives over the last few years, including the Climate Leadership and C...

Photos from Pace / Haub Environmental Law's post 10/11/2022

Wrapping up an incredible day including a tour of the New York State Capitol, Senate Chamber, and presentation & chat at the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation office with a wonderful opportunity to reunite with old friends at the the Pace | Haub Environmental Law Alumni and Friends Event!

The Pace I Haub Environmental Law Program was thrilled to celebrate the recipient of The 2022 Nicholas Robinson Award for Distinguished Environmental Achievement, Jeshica Patel. This award was established in 2005 to recognize Pace | Haub Environmental Law alumni who have made significant contributions to environmental law. We are honored to present this award to Jeshica and thank her for her ongoing dedication to the program. Thank you to our incredible students, Professors, alums, and friends for making their way to Albany for this event. It was a wonderful event to close out our Alumni Month!

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Last week, a group of Pace / Haub Environmental Law Environmental Law Society students attended a day full of wonderful events including a tour of the New York State Capitol, Senate Chamber, presentation and chat at the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation office.

Special thanks to New York Assembly Sergeant at Arms Wayne Jackson for bringing our group to the State Assembly Room and taking the time to field our questions. Pace Energy and Climate Center fellow and Senior Counsel at the NYS Senate Robert Habermann walked us around the Senate building and floor, and introduced us to incredible co-workers who took the time to meet with our students and pass on career advice. Thank you to our alums and friends at the NYSDEC office for walking our students through all aspects of jobs in the office and sharing their journeys to get to where they are. Hearing about all the different career paths of NYSDEC attorneys and alums made it an incredibly impactful experience for the students.

01/07/2022

Please join us as a virtual judge for The Jeffrey G. Miller National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition (NELMCC) in February 2022. We still have some openings for rounds running from Wednesday, February 23 ~ Friday February 25 and would welcome your participation! Attorneys with environmental law expertise, attorneys, and judges are all welcome to serve as judges.

NELMCC tests students' skills in appellate brief writing and oral advocacy and uses issues drawn from real cases to provide students first-hand experience in environmental litigation while also providing a rigorous academic experience.

Please share this opportunity with your colleagues. Judging is a fun experience and a great chance to help the next generation of environmental lawyers in the United States develop their oral advocacy skills.

Register HERE: https://bit.ly/3t0CBUm
Information on current and previous NELMCC competitions: http://bit.ly/2U8A3BV

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01/06/2022

Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University Professor Katy Kuh
quoted in Law360's recent article, "Biggest Environmental Cases To Watch in 2022", discussing the Clean Water Act implications of Sackett vs. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency going to the Supreme Court.

Read More: https://bit.ly/31oMpvQ

01/05/2022

As 2022 begins, we hope for continued developments in sustainable food production, farm worker protections, & food sovereignty. For our part, The Pace- NRDC Food Law Initiative looks forward to another year of supporting the growth & success of Hudson Valley farms!

Read More: https://bit.ly/3FWKPk0

Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University

12/22/2021

Alumni Spotlight- The Environmental Claims Journal published alumna Jillian Aicher's article, Evaluating New York’s Conservation Easement Laws as a Potential Climate Change Solution". Jillian wrote the article while in Professor Katrina Kuh's climate change law course at Haub Law.

Which measures can enhance the use of conservation easements for mitigation and adaptation?
Read the article here: https://bit.ly/3s5xZvN

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12/21/2021

This year, the New York State Bar Association Environmental and Energy Law Section made Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University students, Dana McClure and Gabriella Mickel, editors of their new section, Law Student Corner, in the New York Environmental Lawyer. The idea is to highlight student work and efforts at all NY law schools in the environmental field. They have worked so hard throughout the semester and continue to support and highlight their peers as well as other law students. Well done Gabby and Dana!

12/03/2021

Catch up on news with our December Newsletter! Read about faculty accomplishments, student & alumni spotlights, clinic work, competition updates & more.

➡️ https://bit.ly/31oOYhy

Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University

12/02/2021

The “Labor and the Environment – Envisioning a Green New Deal” symposium hosted by Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University will bring together regulators, law makers, policymakers, and academics to discuss the possibility of a comprehensive and effective Green New Deal. But we need your help.....

The symposium calls for abstracts on the symposium topic. Based on abstract submissions, the organizers will invite speakers to present at the virtual symposium! See more about the extended deadline from the Pace Environmental Law Review below!

12/01/2021

Have you registered for the 20th annual Alfred B. DelBello Land Use and Sustainable Development Conference? Don't miss the opportunity to meet and network with attorneys and local leaders!

Dec. 6-9, 2021
Register Here: https://bit.ly/3o5lTAk

Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University

11/17/2021

Catch up on news with our November Newsletter! Read about faculty accomplishments, student & alumni spotlights, clinic work, competition updates & more.

https://bit.ly/3kFPEWe

Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University

11/10/2021

Help us support the Pace Environmental Law Clinic and double your impact today! Gifts to the Pace I Haub Environmental Law Environmental Litigation Clinic will be matched up to $5,000 between now and Nov. 30th!

Catch up on PELC News: https://bit.ly/3AdscED
Donate: https://bit.ly/3B7oCwo

Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University

11/09/2021

Please join us for The Lloyd K. Garrison Lecture on Environmental Law as we listen to Erika George discuss Incorporating Human Rights: Corporate Responsibility, Equity, and Just Environments.

➡️ Register Now: http://bit.ly/3AXT7oh

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11/01/2021

The Annual Leadership Report is LIVE! Catch up on all Pace I Haub Environmental Law updates, center work, curriculum info, professor/ student spotlights, award recipients, event recaps, & more.

Read More Here: https://bit.ly/2Xv7LFX

Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University

10/21/2021

Registration is open- The Lloyd K. Garrison Lecture on Environmental Law is a month away! Professor Erika George will speak on Incorporating Human Rights: Corporate Responsibility, Equity, and Just Environments.

Register Here: https://bit.ly/3AXT7oh

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10/20/2021

Interested in an Advanced Certificate of Environmental Law? JD candidates at Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University may structure their courses (over 40 Environmental Law courses to choose from!) of study to attain Advanced Certificates in Enviro. Law as part of their law degrees.

Read More: https://bit.ly/3vbtUWn

10/08/2021

Attention Farmers in New York- The Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University have partnered with Common Ground Farm to create the Farm to School Legal Toolkit, A Legal Guide for New York Farmers.

Farm to school is a federal and state sponsored program that improves access to local foods in schools by promoting distribution relationships between schools and local farms. These arrangements can be beneficial to all the parties involved, as they provide a stable source of income for local farms while also providing schools with healthy, nutritious foods for children, all with a lower carbon footprint.

The farm to school movement helps connect communities to their local growers and the land itself, and in addition to food distribution it encompasses opportunities for agriculture-based learning experiences such as school gardens, farm field trips, farm visits, and more. In New York, recent legislation introduced significant subsidies for school districts that source at least 30% of their food from New York growers or processors, making farm to school an all the more promising economic opportunity.

Read More: https://lnkd.in/ghhq-GWf

10/06/2021

Have you registered for The Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University Award for Environmental Law & Diplomacy?

Our 2021 honorees include Vanessa Nakate and Professor Wang Xi. Ms. Nakate is a citizen diplomat who has brought the voice of her generation to global environmental campaigns and inspired climate activism in Uganda and beyond. Professor Xi’s contributions to the formulation of environmental laws in China hold vital importance to the advancement of global environmental law.

Please join us as we honor two distinguished environmental advocates whose inspiring work is making a global impact. The virtual ceremony will include a live panel discussion with the award recipients.

Tuesday, October 12, 2021
9:00 - 10:30 a.m. EDT
* Register Here: https://bit.ly/3zVMDpz
* View Invitation Here: https://bit.ly/3iDNfdx

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10/01/2021

Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University Professor David Cassuto lectured on the Ethics and Animal Rights panel at the the 3rd Symposium on the Fundamentals and Effectiveness of hosted by Faculdade dos Guararapes (UNIFG) in .

Watch Here: https://bit.ly/3zTVwQg (in Portuguese!)

09/29/2021

Associate Director of Pace I Haub Environmental Law Programs, Professor Achinthi Vithanage represents Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University in a diverse panel discussing the ethical dilemmas that arise in the practice of environmental law at the University of Tennessee College of Law 12th Annual Appalachian Public Interest and Environmental Law Conference.

Professor Vithanage is currently the Co-Chair of American Bar Association SEER’s International Environmental & Resources Law Committee and is an originating member of the International Association of Energy Law, a global network of early career energy law professors.

09/28/2021

Introducing our 2022 Global Center for Environmental Legal Studies Fellow, Claire Sutherlin McLeod!

Claire Sutherlin McLeod, J.D. is the 2021 – 2022 LL.M Fellow for the Global Center for Environmental Legal Studies at the
Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University. Claire recently graduated from Haub Law with honors and certificates in both international and environmental law. With a focus at the intersection of international environmental law, environmental justice, and LGBTQ+ rights, Claire has held roles as an intern for the Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic, Summer Associate for the Center for Reproductive Rights Global Legal Program, intern for the Global Justice Center and Research Assistant to Professor Smita Narula. Claire also served as the Vice President of Pace Law’s ​Lambda Law Students Association from 2019 – 2020​.

Read more about Claire: https://bit.ly/3EUh03v

09/28/2021

The IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law has established a new global award for excellence in lifetime achievements furthering environmental law, named after The Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University Professor Nicholas A. Robinson. Congratulations to Professor Robinson on this incredible achievement.

Read More: https://bit.ly/3o84hnP

09/24/2021

Attention Law Students- Have you registered for ? Join us as we prepare for law student advocates nationwide to compete in the largest interschool moot court competition in the world.

Every year law student advocates nationwide assemble at The Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University to compete in the largest interschool moot court competition under one roof.

Over 200 competitors and 150 attorneys participate in grading briefs and serving as judges for the three day competition. NELMCC tests students' skills in appellate brief writing and oral advocacy and uses issues drawn from real cases to provide students first-hand experience in environmental litigation while also providing a rigorous academic experience.

Register Here: https://bit.ly/3kNRIfJ
For More Competition Details: https://lnkd.in/gBWSrzV

09/23/2021

Pace Energy and Climate Center at The Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University presented to the monthly meeting of the environmental officers of the UK, European, Canadian and US embassies in Beijing regarding China's stated plans to continue building coal-fuel power and chemical facilities throughout the 2020s & 2030.

This is in preparation for in Glasgow in November. Executive Director of Pace Energy, Dr. Craig Hart's expertise includes extensive focus on China- as he lived & worked in China for almost a decade, taught at Tsinghua University, and writes regularly on China’s energy transition.

09/21/2021

ATTENTION LAW STUDENTS- The Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University & Hack Policy Registration is still open!! This year's problem invites teams to develop a proposal to reduce in a specific body.
Register Here: https://bit.ly/3hTmZvt

Did we mention that the winning team receives award money to support implementation of their concept for their communities? We need more teams to help develop good solutions to this vexing problem!
Read More Competition Details Here: http://bit.ly/3b0c2Dq

STAFF NEWS: JACOB ELKIN JOINS THE SABIN CENTER AS NEW CLIMATE LAW FELLOW & MARIA ANTONIA TIGRE AS GLOBAL CLIMATE LITIGATION FELLOW 09/16/2021

Huge Congratulations to Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University alumna, Maria Antonia Tigre as she joins the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law as their new Fellow! Well done, Maria Antonia!

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STAFF NEWS: JACOB ELKIN JOINS THE SABIN CENTER AS NEW CLIMATE LAW FELLOW & MARIA ANTONIA TIGRE AS GLOBAL CLIMATE LITIGATION FELLOW This month, Jacob Elkin joins the Sabin Center as the 2021-2022 Climate Law Fellow. His work at the Sabin Center will include the Renewable Energy Legal Defense Initiative, the Climate Attribution Dat

09/14/2021

The National Science Foundation (NSF) Alumni (NSF) awards Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University at Pace University School of Education with a collaborative grant to expand and Pathways in Schools. Pace University Jason Czarnezki

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09/10/2021

Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University Associate Director of Programs, Achinthi Vithanage and Katrina Kuh attend a reception hosted by Mayor Bill de Blasio in honor of the community.

09/09/2021

Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University 3L student, Aine Dillon's paper, "Human Pandemics Can Kill Too: Depopulation Methods Used Throughout the -19 " wins third place in the 2021 Student Writing Competition for the New York State Bar Association Committee on Animals and the . Well done, Áine!

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