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Prof. Cassuto interviewed on CBC about the “Cecil the Lion” incident

Prof. Cassuto interviewed on CBC about the “Cecil the Lion” incident

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation spoke with Professor David Cassuto, an expert in animal law, about the legal repercussions of the “Cecil the Lion” case. American Walter Palmer traveled to Zimbabwe recently where he killed the beloved lion while on a hunting expedition. The case has become an international incident with calls for Palmer’s extradition to Zimbabwe […]

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Prof. Czarnezki appears on Bloomberg Law to discuss public policies related to sugary drinks

Prof. Czarnezki appears on Bloomberg Law to discuss public policies related to sugary drinks

Professor Jason Czarnezki was a guest on the radio program “Bloomberg Law” where he and Janine Pollack, Partner with Wolf Haldenstein and Eugene Volokh and Professor at UCLA School of Law, discussed a lawsuit that was filed in an effort to halt ordinances in San Francisco that would require health warnings for soda and other […]

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New York Times quotes Prof. Estrin about efforts to save endangered fish threatened by TZB construction

The Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic, representing the environmental organization Riverkeeper, is sounding the alarm as an unprecedented number of Atlantic sturgeon have washed up on shore. It is believed that the rebuilding of the Tappan Zee Bridge has led to the deaths of the endangered fish as they appear to have been killed by boat […]

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Professor Czarnezki discusses careers in environmental law on the Hal Ginsberg radio program

Professor Czarnezki discusses careers in environmental law on the Hal Ginsberg radio program

Professor Jason Czarnezki, executive director of the Environmental Law Program, was the guest on Hal Ginsberg’s morning radio program. The two discussed environmental issues and opportunities at Pace Law School, including the importance of externships and whether this is a good time to pursue a career in environmental law. “I think the job market is […]

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Haub Award for Environmental Diplomacy Recognizes Success of UN Sustainable Development Goal Negotiations

                          Haub Award for Environmental Diplomacy Recognizes Success of UN Sustainable Development Goal Negotiations   Ambassadors from Kenya and Hungary honored for their extraordinary leadership   (New York, NY)– In recognition of their exemplary leadership in drafting the United Nations’ “Sustainable Development Goals,” Pace University School of Law and the International Council of Environmental Law […]

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Professor Karl Coplan comments on anticipated SCOTUS ruling regarding the EPA

Professor Karl Coplan comments on anticipated SCOTUS ruling regarding the EPA

In the publication “Natural Resource Today,” Professor Karl Coplan commented on the anticipated decision by the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the Environmental Protection Agency and mercury emissions from power plants. The case involves Section 112 of the Clean Air Act and at what point the EPA must consider industry’s compliance costs in the process of […]

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Prof. Kennedy calls NYS fracking ban a “substantial milestone”

Pace Law Professor Robert F. Kennedy participated in a Q&A with senior correspondent Jon Lentz from “City & State.” The two discussed environmental issues, especially as they relate to New York State. Professor Kennedy is co-director of the Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic, an on-campus environmental law practice where students represent public interest groups. “There are […]

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NYS challenges lawsuit brought by Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic

The New York State Thruway Authority has approved an additional $300,000 for legal expenses to defend itself against a lawsuit brought by the Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic. The suit addresses the state’s efforts to use clean water funds for the construction of the new Tappan Zee Bridge. “They got caught with their hand in the […]

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Hartford Courant reports on newly formed Northeast Solar Energy Market Coalition

Pace Law School is one of two university members of the newly formed Northeast Solar Energy Market Coalition. As reported in the “Hartford Courant”, they join solar business representatives and universities from nine states that are combining forces to push for uniform clean energy policies across the Northeast. The Coalition has received $600,000 from the […]

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Prof. Estrin comments on actions of law firm representing fracking company

Prof. Estrin comments on actions of law firm representing fracking company

Professor Dan Estrin, supervising attorney for the Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic, commented on a situation where a law firm is pressuring landowners to sell the rights to their land or risk losing those rights by eminent domain. The landowners received letters from the law firm that is representing a developer trying to build $750 million […]

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