archive-edu.com » EDU » P » PACE.EDU

Total: 977

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Jessica A. Bacher | Pace Law School
    the Land Use Law Center is dedicated to fostering the development of sustainable communities and regions through the promotion of innovative land use strategies and dispute resolution techniques As the Executive Director Ms Bacher s responsibilities include development and implementation of projects relating to local land use practice distressed property remediation transit oriented development sustainable communities land use responses to sea level rise and code enforcement as well as providing strategic assistance to numerous municipalities Most recently she led the City of Newburgh New York in the development of a distressed property remediation implementation plan that focuses on the development of a land bank Additionally Ms Bacher serves as a trainer for the Center s award winning Land Use Leadership Alliance Training Program that has educated over 2 500 local leaders in land use strategies consensus building and regional stewardship Ms Bacher also chairs the Distressed Properties Sub Committee of the Land Use Planning Zoning Committee for the American Bar Association s Section of State and Local Government Law At Pace Law School Ms Bacher serves as adjunct professor teaching Land Use Law Sustainable Development Survey and the Advanced Land Use and Sustainable Development Seminar She also administers the Center s academic programs and guides student research In addition she is a guest lecturer and project supervisor at Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies where she manages the School s Land Use Clinic Ms Bacher authors regular land use features in New York and national publications and has edited numerous small books in the fields of Land Use and Real Estate Law including Breaking Ground and Planning and Building in Priority Growth Districts She also presents at regional and national conferences and served on the New York State Sea Level Rise Task Force Legal Work Group Ms Bacher was

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/faculty/jessica-bacher (2016-02-12)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Todd Ommen | Pace Law School
    Mr Ommen practiced in a wide variety of environmental and non environmental contexts He began his career in litigation at one of New York City s most prominent law firms litigating cases ranging from intellectual property disputes to bankruptcy adversarial proceedings to health care law In 2007 Mr Ommen moved to the public sector and focused his practice solely on environmental issues taking a position as an Assistant Attorney General for the New York State Office of the Attorney General in the Environmental Protection Bureau There he primarily litigated cost recovery actions seeking to compel polluting companies to pay for the environmental remediation necessary at their facilities In addition as an Assistant Attorney General Mr Ommen defended the State s decisions in brownfields cases After four years in the Office of the Attorney General Mr Ommen continued his environmental practice at the leading plaintiff side toxic tort firms where he successfully obtained recoveries for individuals and municipalities against Fortune 500 companies responsible environmental releases Shortly after beginning his legal practice Mr Ommen served as a law clerk for the late Honorable David Trager United States District Judge in the Eastern District of New York He received his law degree from

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/faculty/todd-ommen (2016-02-12)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Land Use Law Center Staff | Pace Law School
    Professor Ms Blanchard s work focuses primarily on the growth of urban centers working closely with cities to address obstacles to redevelopment and sustainability She also manages the Center s student research writes frequently on legal issues pertaining to land use and sustainable development lectures at CLE programs bar association events and conferences and trains local officials environmentalists planners developers and attorneys in land use law and consensus building techniques Ms Blanchard graduated cum laude from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Science degree in 2003 In 2008 she received her Master of Environmental Management degree from Yale University with an advanced concentration in Urban Ecology and Environmental Design and her J D cum laude from Pace Law School where she was on the Pace Environmental Law Review She has also achieved designation by the U S Green Building Council USGBC as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design LEED Accredited Professional making her one of fewer than 40 LEED APs in New York State registered in the area of legal practice With a keen interest for volunteerism Ms Blanchard serves as the Chair of the American Planning Association s Planning Law Division PLD is also PLD s Newsletter Editor in Chief has volunteered as a grader for PLD s annual Smith Babcock Williams Student Writing Competition is a board member of the Westchester Municipal Planning Federation WMPF and is a Junior Board Member of Music for Autism an international organization committed to raising public awareness and improving the quality of life of individuals with autism and their families through music Ann Marie McCoy Director of Administration amccoy law pace edu Ann Marie McCoy is the Director of Administration for both the Land Use Law Center and the Kheel Center on the Resolution of Environmental Interest Disputes She has been with the Center since 1999 beginning as administrative assistant for both the Land Use Law Center and Pace s Graduate Program in Comparative Law Ms McCoy is responsible for all aspects of the administration of the Center including its many educational and outreach programs She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Pace University magna cum laude in 2003 her Master of Science degree for Teachers from Pace in 2007 and Paralegal Studies Certificate in 2011 Consultants Meg Byerly Williams Attorney Consultant Land Use Law Center Meg Byerly Williams is a consultant based in Charlottesville Virginia where she works on sustainable development projects promoting renewable energy distressed property remediation and sustainable neighborhood development among other related subjects Previously Meg worked as a staff attorney at Pace Law School s Land Use Law Center in White Plains New York where she served as lead author on several Center publications administered academic seminars guided student research projects and wrote for legal publications on various sustainable development topics She holds a JD from Pace Law School as well as an MEM from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and an MS in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences from Texas A M University K evin Dwarka J D Ph D Attorney Consultant Kevin Dwarka LLC Kevin Dwarka JD PhD is a land use lawyer and economic consultant specializing in the revitalization of urban neighborhoods Headquartered on Wall Street Dr Dwarka s firm provides legal guidance and quantitative analysis to real estate developers municipalities housing authorities community development corporations transit agencies law firms architects and building contractors He also serves as a Senior Fellow at Pace Land Use Law Center Prior to forming his consultancy he held senior positions at the Israel Union for Environmental Defense New York City Transit and Nelson Nygaard Consulting Associates Land use services include zoning analysis site selection development approvals environmental review and right way acquisition for transit infrastructure projects Versed in all aspects of the New York City land use approvals process Dr Dwarka helps builders navigate the complex web of land use regulations enforced by the New York City Department of City Planning Board of Standards and Appeals the Department of Buildings and the Landmarks Preservation Commission Economic consulting services include real estate market analysis affordable housing finance infrastructure cost benefit analysis financial feasibility analysis for redevelopment projects and economic impact studies Current projects include the Newburgh Broadway Corridor Access Plan the Newburgh Land Use and Market Analysis the Newburgh Neighborhood Redevelopment Plan the Newburgh Waterfront Mobility and Access Strategy the Poughkeepsie City Center Revitalization Plan and the Ridgefield Economic Development Strategic Plan His consultancy also provides a full suite of litigation support services including expert testimony real property valuation and technical analysis of land use traffic and environmental impact documents Since 2010 he has served as an Adjunct Professor at Baruch College where he has taught land use urban economic development and environmental policy He also teaches Israeli Politics at Yeshiva University His dissertation at Hebrew University in Jerusalem examined the use of global capital and public private partnerships for financing light rail projects in Israel the United Kingdom and the United States He received his BA from Columbia University JD from Pace Law School MCP from UC Berkeley and PhD from Hebrew University Dr Dwarka is admitted to practice before the New York State Bar and serves on the New York City Bar Association s Housing and Urban Development Committee He also on the board of the New York chapter of the Congress for New Urbanism Research Assistant Kirsten Yerger Kirsten Yerger graduated from Fairfield University in 2014 with a Bachelor s Degree in Politics and a minor in Environmental Studies While at Fairfield Kirsten interned with the Bridgeport Department of Public Facilities in the Office of Sustainability She also received the 2014 Environmental Studies Student Research Award for her independent research project on municipal composting Kirsten is now a rising 2L at Pace and is expected to graduate in 2017 with a J D Certificate in Environmental Law and Concentration in Land Use Law and Real Estate Kirsten volunteered in the fall of 2014 at the Land Use Law Center and

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/land-use-law-center-staff (2016-02-12)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Lauren Bachtel | Pace Law School
    University School of Law certificate in environmental law Professor Bachtel is an Attorney Advisor in the Solicitor s Office of the United States Department of the Interior in Washington D C She counsels the bureaus in the areas of fiscal law FOIA Privacy Act administrative law and various other areas of law She is an editor for the ABA Energy and Natural Resources Litigation Committee Newsletter Ms Bachtel previously worked

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/faculty/lauren-bachtel (2016-02-12)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Adeeb Fadil | Pace Law School
    compliance counseling and dispute resolution His experience covers transactions often with significant cross border aspects in many industries including electrical power oil and gas exploration coal and other mining oil refining chemicals and specialty chemicals steel pulp and paper equipment and parts manufacturing plastics glass pharmaceuticals transportation including airlines and railroads publishing telecommunications food raising and processing food services home building property development and brownfield re development hospitality health care and various wholesale and retail industries Mr Fadil has been recognized for environmental law in a number of publications including Woodward White s The Best Lawyers in America Chambers Partners Chambers USA Practical Law Company s Cross border Environment Handbook Law Business Research s The International Who s Who of Environment Lawyers and others He was listed as a 2012 Top Attorney in the New York Metro Area for environmental law by Super Lawyers He is a member of the American Bar Association the New York State Bar Association and the Association of the Bar of the City of New York where he currently chairs the Committee on International Environmental Law For many years he has served on the Board of Directors of American Friends of Neve Shalom Wahat al

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/faculty/adeeb-fadil (2016-02-12)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Robert J. Goldstein | Pace Law School
    New York CUNY Queens College Dr Robert Goldstein LLM 92 SJD 97 is the Association of Graduate s endowed chair in Constitutional and Military Law at the United States Military Academy at West Point NY where he teaches several environmental seminars and constitutional law He represents Pace Law School s Center for Environmental Legal Studies on the Community Advisory Group CAG to the Hudson River EPA Superfund Site Dr Goldstein was awarded the EPA s 2008 Environmental Quality Award in recognition of his work protecting the environment and public health in EPA Region 2 as well as the Nicholas A Robinson Alumni Achievement Award for significant contributions to environmental law by a Pace Law School graduate Dr Goldstein maintains an active environmental law practice and currently serves as General Counsel to the Catskill Center for Conservation and Development Dr Goldstein served as General Counsel and Director of Enforcement at Riverkeeper Inc in Tarrytown NY through mid 2009 Previously Dr Goldstein was the Director of Pace Law School s Environmental Law Program for six years While at Pace he garnered national and international recognition for his innovative initiatives to use environmental law to protect human rights created the Pace Virtual Environmental

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/faculty/robert-j-goldstein (2016-02-12)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Megan J. Joplin | Pace Law School
    Megan J Joplin Environmental Externship BA Arizona State University JD Pace Law School Megan J Joplin is an Assistant Regional Attorney at the Department of Environmental Conservation Region II She began working for the Department in 2006 initially in Region I where she handled the enforcement and permit litigation of tidal wetland and fishery matters She now works as the water attorney for the region Megan is a graduate of

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/faculty/megan-j-joplin (2016-02-12)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Amy Mehta | Pace Law School
    and as an Educational Coordinator for the Federated Conservationists of Westchester County where she organized and facilitated various programs workshops etc for high school students who were passionate about environmental issues Other events included a lobby day and an environmental debate night Subsequently Amy completed her J D at Nova Southeastern University in Davie FL Along with her legal studies Amy worked for the Everglades Law Center a public interest non profit environmental law firm and also interned for Legal Aid Society of Broward County where she conducted legal research for Environmental Justice related cases After completing her J D she moved to New Delhi India where she pursued a certificate course in environmental law which then led to a brief stint in Singapore Her next adventure was in Chicago where she explored the overlap between environmental and civil rights issues and researched environmental racism and environmentally induced migration patterns for a civil rights organization Amy then pursued studies at and graduated with her Master of Laws LL M in Environmental Law from Pace University School of Law Her coursework included an Environmental Skills course a United Nations Environmental Diplomacy course a course on Environmental Litigation an Advanced Land Use Planning seminar an Eco Markets course a course on Environmental Commercial Transactions and an independent study on Environmental Courts and Tribunals worldwide During her LL M studies at Pace she interned at the Permanent Mission of Suriname to the UN and the Environmental Protection Agency Upon completing her LL M in Environmental Law Amy was appointed Programme Management Officer with the Permanent Observer Mission of the International Union for Conservation of Nature IUCN Her responsibilities involve conducting research editing and writing reports representing the organization at various meetings at the UN and supporting the Permanent Observer of IUCN to the

    Original URL path: http://law.pace.edu/faculty/amy-mehta (2016-02-12)
    Open archived version from archive