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  • Linda C. Fentiman | Pace Law School
    Poland where she was a Fulbright Scholar Professor Fentiman has written extensively about bioethics health care access and mental disability addressing the insanity defense competency to stand trial fetal protection physician advocacy organ transplantation death and dying telemedicine and Internet pharmacies Her most recent work has focused on women and addiction In 2010 she was a Visiting Scholar at the Center for Reproductive Rights in New York In her non academic life Professor Fentiman has practiced health law criminal law and environmental law She is a Fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine and the American Bar Foundation and chaired the Committee on Health Law at the New York City Bar Association Professor Fentiman has served as a member of the National Academy of Science Committee on Toxicogenomics and has been awarded the Simonsmeier Prize for the Best Published Paper on Pharmacy Law Linda received a B S from Cornell University a J D from the State University of New York at Buffalo and a LL M from Harvard University School of Law She is admitted to the bar in California New York the District of Columbia and Massachusetts Courses Contracts Introduction to Health Law Mental Disability Law Public Health Law White Collar Crime Publications Articles Sex Science and the Age of Anxiety 92 Nebraska Law Review 455 2014 Are Mothers Hazardous to Their Children s Health Law Culture and the Framing of Risk 21 Virginia Journal of Social Policy and the Law 295 2014 A New Form of WMD Driving with Mobile Devices and Other Weapons of Mass Destruction 81 University of Missouri at Kansas City Law Review 133 2012 Rethinking Addiction Drugs Deterrence and the Neuroscience Revolution 14 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change 233 2011 Marketing Mothers Milk The Commodification of Breastfeeding and the New Markets for Human Milk and Infant Formula 10 Nevada Law Journal 29 2010 In the Name of Fetal Protection Why American Prosecutors Pursue Pregnant Drug Users and Other Countries Don t 18 Columbia Journal Gender Law 647 2009 Pursuing the Perfect Mother Why America s Criminalization of Maternal Substance Abuse Is Not the Answer A Comparative Legal Analysis 15 Michigan Journal of Gender and Law 389 2009 Legal Issues in Healthcare Fraud and Abuse Navigating the Uncertainties New York Law Journal Feb 7 2007 at 2 The New Fetal Protection The Wrong Answer to the Crisis of Inadequate Health Care for Women and Children 84 DenverUniversity Law Review 537 2006 A Distance Education Primer Lessons from My Life As a Dot Edu Entrepreneur 6 North Carolina Journal of Law and Technology 41 2004 Internet Pharmacies Why State Regulatory Solutions are Not Enough 30 Administrative Regulatory Law News 5 2004 Internet Pharmacies and the Need for a New Federalism Protecting Consumers While Increasing Access to Prescription Drugs 56 Rutgers Law Review 119 2003 Patient Advocacy and Termination from Managed Care Organizations Do State Laws Protecting Health Care Professional Advocacy Make any Difference 82 Nebraska Law Review 508 2003 Playing

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  • Environmental Litigation Clinic | Pace Law School
    Litigation Clinic at Pace is one of the oldest and most respected environmental clinics in the country Co directed by Professors Robert F Kennedy Jr and Karl Coplan the Clinic represents public interest groups bringing citizen enforcement actions in state and federal courts on a variety of environmental and land use issues The clinic supports its major client the Riverkeeper Inc and prepares amicus curiae briefs in significant national environmental

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  • Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. | Pace Law School
    Environmental Litigation Clinic Professor Kennedy serves as Chief Prosecuting Attorney for the Hudson Riverkeeper Fund and Senior Attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council directing NRDC s Estuary Enforcement Project Through these organizations and in conjunction with the clinic he has brought successful legal actions prosecuting governments and companies for polluting the Hudson River and Long Island Sound Kennedy has successfully argued cases to expand citizen access to the shoreline to promote environmental justice and to protect New York City s water supply and reservoirs Professor Kennedy has published several books including The Riverkeepers 1997 with John Cronin He has written numerous articles which have appeared in The New York Times Atlantic Monthly The Wall Street Journal Esquire The Village Voice The Boston Globe The Washington Post and the Pace Environmental Law Review Courses Environmental Litigation Clinic Environmental Litigation Clinic Seminar Publications Books Crimes against Nature How George W Bush and His Corporate Pals Are Plundering the Country and Hijacking Our Democracy 2004 The Riverkeepers Two Activists Fight to Reclaim Our Environment As a Basic Human Right With John Cronin The Legend of City Water Recommendations for Rescuing the New York City Water Supply With David K Gordon Garrison N Y Hudson Riverkeeper Fund 1991 Judge Frank M Johnson Jr A Biography New York Putnam 1978 Articles Thanks to Obama Hope in the Mountains Appalachia Can t Stand More Abuse from Coal Mining Charleston Gazette Daily Mail Mar 26 2009 at 4A Hope in the Mountains Washington Post Mar 25 2009 Vanity Fair May 2007 at 168 Texas Chainsaw Management Vanity Fair May 2007 at 118 What Must Be Done Rolling Stone June 28 2007 at 61 Keynote Address We Must Take America Back 22 Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation 201 2007 Crimes Against Nature 18 St Thomas Law

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  • Karl S. Coplan | Pace Law School
    Constitutional Law He is recently the author of the chapter on Citizen Suits in Environmental Litigation Law and Strategy ABA Cary Perlman Ed and the chapter on Takings Law in Handbook on Constitutional Environmental Law ABA James May Ed forthcoming 2010 Before entering private practice Professor Coplan clerked for The Honorable Warren E Burger Chief Justice of the United States and The Honorable Leonard I Garth Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit Professor Coplan received his J D degree from Columbia Law School in 1984 and his B A degree from Middlebury College in 1980 Courses Constitutional Law Environmental Law Survey Environmental Litigation Clinic Environmental Skills and Practice Clean Water Act Publications Articles Citizen Litigants Citizen Regulators Four Cases Where Citizen Suits Drove Development of Clean Water Law 25 Colorado Natural Resources Energy Environmental Law Review 61 2014 Climate Change Political Truth and the Marketplace of Ideas Utah L Rev 545 2012 The Takings Clause and Environmental Law in Principles of Constitutional Environmental Law James R May ed 2011 Legal Realism Innate Morality and the Structural Role of the Supreme Court in the U S Constitutional Democracy 86 Tul L Rev 181 2011 Public Trust Limits on Greenhouse Gas Trading Schemes A Sustainable Middle Ground 35 Colum J Envt l L 287 2010 Ideological Plaintiffs Administrative Lawmaking Standing and the Petition Clause 61 Maine Law Review 2 2009 The Externalities of Nuclear Power First Assume We Have a Can Opener 35 Ecology Law Currents 17 2008 The Intercivilizational Inequities of Nuclear Power Weighed Against the Intergenerational Inequities of Carbon Based Energy 17 Fordham Environmental Law Review 227 2006 Is Voting Necessary Organizational Standing and Non Voting Members of Environmental Advocacy Organizations 14 Southeastern Environmental Law Journal 1 2005 Of Zombie Permits and Greenwash

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  • Steven H. Goldberg | Pace Law School
    works on legal ethics He has taught at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law and at the University of Minnesota School of Law where he was the associate dean for academic affairs and external relations He served as dean of Pace University School of Law from 1989 through 1993 Professor Goldberg served for a decade on the American Bar Association s Standing Committee on Criminal Justice Standards chaired an ABA Task Force on Commitment of Non responsibility Acquittees was a member of the Standards Review Committee of the Section on Legal Education and Admission to the Bar and served as co chair of the Westchester County Bar Association s Committee on Lawyer Ethics from 1991 to 2002 He is a member of the American Law Institute Courses Advanced Constitutional Law Courses Publications Books Evidence Law A Student s Guide to the Law of Evidence as Applied in American Trials With Roger C Park David P Leonard and Aviva Orenstein St Paul Minn West Group 1998 Third Edition 2011 The First Trial Where Do I Sit What Do I Say In a Nutshell With Tracy Walters McCormick St Paul Minn West Publishing 1982 Second Edition 2011 Articles Government May Not Speak Out of Turn 57 University of South Dakota Law Review Issue 3 page 401 2012 The Government Speech Doctrine Recently Minted but Counterfeit 49 U Louisville L Rev 21 2010 Putting the Supreme Court Back in Place Ideology Yes Agenda No at 17 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics 175 2004 Bringing the Practice to the Classroom An Approach to the Professionalism Problem at 50 Journal Legal Education 414 2000 Wait a Minute This Is Where I Came In A Trial Lawyer s Search for Alternative Dispute Resolution Brigham Young University Law Review 653 1997 A Little

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  • Vanessa H. Merton | Pace Law School
    Status In 2012 the American Immigration Lawyers Association presented Professor Merton with its Elmer Fried Excellence in Teaching Immigration Law Award the highest honor an immigration law professor can aspire to receive and she also received the Pace Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence Professor Merton served as Pace Law School s Associate Dean for Clinical Education and Executive Director of John Jay Legal Services JJLS the law school s free legal clinic while creating and teaching clinical programs in Access to Health Care and Criminal Prosecution of Domestic Violence She also directed the clinical and externship curriculum at City University of New York Law School where she co founded the Health in the Workplace Clinic Her career in legal education began as a clinical professor of criminal law at New York University School of Law Professor Merton had been a trial attorney in the Criminal Defense Division of the Legal Aid Society of New York City For five years she also served as volunteer Special Trial Counsel with the Departmental Disciplinary Committee of the Appellate Division First Department prosecuting lawyers who neglected clients and violated professional duties For her work setting up a 200 student emergency operation to assist people affected by the 9 11 tragedy in 2002 Professor Merton received six national and local awards the Mark of Distinction Award from the National Association of Law Placement the Father Robert Drinan Award from the Association of American Law Schools Section on Pro Bono and Public Service the PSLawNet Pro Bono Publico Award the Pace Law School Pro Bono Award for Excellence in Service to the Public Interest the Lifetime Achievement Award in Public Interest Lawyering from the Pace Law School Public Interest Law Students Organization and the Public Citizen of the Year Award from the National Association of Social Workers New York State Chapter Westchester Division She received the 1995 Pace University School of Law Graduating Class Award for Outstanding Full Time Law Professor and the 1988 CUNY Law School Distinguished Service Award for Teaching Effectiveness She has been both a Mellon Foundation Fellow of the Aspen Institute and a National Endowment for the Humanities Post doctoral Fellow at the Hastings Center Institute of Society Ethics and the Life Sciences In 2012 she was designated Woman of the Year by the Mount Sinai Irving J Selikoff Occupational Health Clinic whose Advisory Board she has belonged to for more than twenty years Professor Merton is especially proud of her work as co founder of the local Empire Justice Poverty Law Center an independent law office serving immigrants whom federally funded legal services offices are prohibited from helping Courses Immigration Justice Clinic Publications Articles How Derrick Bell Helped Me Decide to Become an Educator Not Just a Faculty Member 2 Colum J Race L Spec Feat 34 2012 What Do You Do When You Meet a Walking Violation of the Sixth Amendment If You re Trying to Put That Lawyer s Client in Jail 69 Fordham Law Review 997 2000 A

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  • John R. Nolon | Pace Law School
    Hydraulic Fracturing A Role for Local Zoning Zoning and Planning Law Report with Jessica A Bacher forthcoming 2004 Land Use and the Climate Bubble The Due Diligence Defense Wm Mary Envtl L Pol y Rev forthcoming 2014 Hydrofracking State Preemption Local Power and Cooperative Governance Case W Res L Rev 2013 Towards Engaged Scholarship Pace L Rev 2013 Changes Spark Interest in Sustainable Urban Places But How Do We Identify and Support Them Fordham Urb L J 2013 Shifting Paradigms Transform Environmental and Land Use Law The Emergence of the Law of Sustainable Development Fordham Envtl L Rev 2013 Land Use and Climate Change Lawyers Negotiating Above Regulation 78 Brook L Rev No 2 Winter 2013 Land Use for Energy Conservation and Sustainable Development A New Path Toward Climate Change Mitigation 27 J Land Use Envtl L 295 2012 Managing Climate Change Through Biological Sequestration Open Space Redux 31 Stan Envtl L J 2 2012 Regulatory Takings and Property Rights Confront Sea Level Rise How Do They Roll 21 Widener L Rev 2012 Hydrofracking Disturbances Both Geological and Political Who Decides 44 Urb Law 2 2012 with Victoria Polidoro Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing The Search for Solutions that are Just Right 35 Zoning Planning Law Report 7 2012 with Tiffany Zezula Practically Grounded Convergence of Land Use Law Pedagogy and Best Practices 60 J Legal Educ 3 519 2011 with Patricia Salkin The Law of Sustainable Development Keeping Pace 30 Pace L Rev 4 2010 The Land Use Stabilization Wedge Strategy Shifting Ground to Mitigate Climate Change 34 Wm Mary Envtl L Pol y Rev 2009 Changing Times Changing Practice New Roles for Lawyers in Resolving Complex Land Use and Environmental Disputes 27 Pace Envtl L Rev 2009 with Jessica Bacher The Future of Our Land Presidential Leadership 60 Plan Envtl L 3 2008 The Mighty Myths of Kelo Government 9 Law Pol y J 10 2007 Affordable Housing in the New York Courts A Case for Legislative Action 7 N Y Zoning L Practice Rep 2006 with Jessica A Bacher Katrina s Lament Reconstructing Federalism 23 Pace Envtl L Rev 2006 Historical Overview of the American Land Use System A Diagnostic Approach to Evaluating Governmental Land Use Control 23 Pace Envtl L Rev 2006 Champions of Change Reinventing Democracy Through Land Law Reform 30 Harv Envtl L Rev 2006 Comparative Land Use Law Patterns of Sustainability The Urban Lawyer Fall Vol 37 No 4 2005 Golden and Its Emanations The Surprising Origins of Smart Growth 35 Urb Law 2003 In Praise of Parochialism The Advent of Local Environmental Law 26 Harv Envtl L Rev 363 2002 Considering the Trend Toward Local Environmental Law 20 Pace Envtl L Rev 2002 Grassroots Regionalism Through Intermunicipal Land Use Compacts 73 St John s L Rev 1011 1999 National Land Use Policy Act Seminar on the Law of Sustainable Development United States 13 Pace Envtl L Rev 519 1996 Summary of the United States Seminar on Our National Environmental Laws 13 Pace Envtl

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  • Richard L. Ottinger | Pace Law School
    Environmental Law Prof David A Leary University of New South Wales Ed UN University Press chapter with Prof Victor Tafur Legal Frameworks for Emerging Technologies Bioenergy 2011 From Silos to Systems Issues in Clean Energy and Climate Change A report on the work of the REIL Network 2008 2010 Yale School of Forestry Environmental Studies 2010 chapter Copenhagen Climate Conference Success or Failure reprint courtesy of The Pace Environmental Law Review Bio Fuels Merging Legal Horizons L Lakshmi ed Overview Chapter 1 Biofuels Potential Problems Solutions Amicus Books The Icrai University Press 2009 2010 Beyond the Carbon Economy Renewable Energy Chapter Oxford University Press 2008 Introduction to Energy Efficiency in UNEP Handbook for Drafting Laws on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Resources 2007 Issues of General Application in UNEP Handbook for Drafting Laws on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Resources 2007 Framework for Energy Resource Management in UNEP Handbook for Drafting Laws on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Resources 2007 Professor Richard L Ottinger and Adrian Bradbrook wrote the chapter Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy with Adjunct Professor Fred B Zalcman the Director of the Pace Energy Project for Environmental Law and Sustainable Energy published in June 2003 Articles Options for Climate Change Adaptation with Pianpian Wang and Kristen Motel APCEL Proceedings of the Workshop on Adaptation to Climate Change ASEAN and the Comparative Experiences National University of Singapore July 17 19 2014 Innovative Financing of Renewable Energy with John Bowie Proceedings of the IUCN Academy on Environmental Law Colloquium Tarragona Spain July 3 2014 Assessing Environmental Governance of the Hudson River Valley An Application of IPPEP Model Pace Environmental Law Review Fall edition 2013 Strategic Planning for Energy and the Environment Vol 31 No 2 2011 The Outcome from Copenhagen Success or Failure 40 Environmental Policy and Law 22 2010 Introduction Copenhagen Climate Change Conference Success or Failure Pace Environmental Law Review Spring 2010 Vol 27 Issue 2 International Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Post Copenhagen Bioenergy in Developing Countries Potential and Risks Pace Environmental Law Review 2010 Journal of Renewable Energy and Policy June 2010 Biofuels Potentials Problems Solutions Fordham Environmental Law Review Vol 19 2 2009 Energy Efficiency The Best Immediate Option for a Secure Clean Healthy Future 30 Natural Resources Forum 318 2006 Energy Efficiency The Best Option for a Secure Clean Healthy Future Natural Resources Environment ABA Section on Environment Energy Resources Volume 40 Number 3 Winter 2005 Legal Measures to Promote Renewable and Energy Efficiency Resources in Energy Law and Sustainable Development Richard L Ottinger et al eds IUCN 2003 Renewable Energy Sources for Development with Rebecca Williams 02 32 Environmental Law 331 2002 Global Climate Change Kyoto Protocol Implementation Legal Frameworks for Implementing Clean Energy Solutions Pace Environmental Law Review vol 18 No 1 Winter 2000 with Mindy Jayne Major Issues in Valuing and Incorporating Environmental Externalities Proceedings of the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy 1993 Summer Study The Environmental Implications of Energy Usage Keynote Address for the Florida Energy Conference

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