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  • Gary Nurkin | Pace Law School
    Search You are here Home Faculty Adjunct Faculty Gary Nurkin B A Anthropology University of Pennsylvania M A Anthropology University of Toronto J D Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago Kent College of Law Professor Nurkin has served as an Assistant Regional Counsel with the United States Environmental Protection Agency EPA Region 2 since 1989 He has worked as the criminal enforcement coordinator and is presently a senior attorney in the

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  • Taryn L. Rucinski | Pace Law School
    Rucinski is the former Environmental Law Librarian for the Pace Law Library She graduated cum laude with her B A in history from The College of New Jersey in 1999 cum laude from Pace with her J D and certificate in environmental law in 2010 and cum laude with her M L I S from St John s University Division of Library and Information Science in 2012 During law school she was the editor in chief for the Pace Environmental Law Review and a semi finalist for the Pace Moot Court Competition As a law student she also interned with Magistrate Judge Lisa Margaret Smith S D N Y the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission and the Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic Prior to attending law school she worked as a state investigator with New Jersey Attorney General s Office Professor Rucinski s legal research specialty areas include environmental and cultural heritage law legal history and New York law Her list of publications can be found here Publications Blog Environmental Notes Articles An Environmental Legal Practitioner s Guide to EPA s Website 42 Envtl L Rep 10416 2012 2009 Judges Edition Memorandum 26 Pace Envtl L Rev 541 2009 Newsletters Lincoln at Pace Law School LH RB AALL Legal History Rare Books Special Interest Sec Summ 2012 at 30 with Marie Stefanini Newman The Start of Something Beautiful St John s University s Division of Library and Information Science Inaugural Student Alumni and Faculty Symposium 31 ALL SIS Newsl AALL Acad L Libr Special Interest Sec no 2 2012 at 17 A Brief Guide to Hydraulic Fracturing in New York State 35 Law Lines LLAGNY no 1 2011 at 11 Archive Spotlight Water Resources Collections and Archives 17 LH RB AALL Legal History Rare Books Special Interest Sec no 2

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  • Joseph A. Siegel | Pace Law School
    administrative and federal court enforcement and defensive litigation under the Clean Air Act over the course of his 26 year career at the EPA Joe specializes in climate change and air pollution law and policy as well as facilitation and mediation of environmental matters He co chairs EPA Region 2 s Climate Change Workgroup and is the lead Regional attorney for climate change In his work as a neutral facilitator Joe seeks to build bridges between diverse stakeholders and arrive at collaborative solutions He has applied these approaches to a wide variety of environmental matters including climate change Joe has been an Adjunct Professor at Pace Law School since 2000 and teaches in the JD and LLM climate change track programs He has taught the Clean Air Act course Climate Change Seminar and Adaptation to Climate Change He is also an Advisor to the Kheel Center on the Resolution of Environmental Interest Disputes and was a member of the Advisory Group to the United Nations Environment Programme and Permanent Court of Arbitration on Environmental Dispute Resolution and Dispute Avoidance He was also an Adjunct Professor of environmental law for 11 years at CUNY Law School at Queens College Joe served

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  • Honorable Robert A. Spolzino | Pace Law School
    the Supreme Court of the State of New York Second Judicial Department The Appellate Division is New York s intermediate appellate court second only to the Court of Appeals in the state s judicial hierarchy The Appellate Division Second Department has the largest jurisdiction in terms of state population of the appellate court in the State of New York and of the United States Justice Spolzino was designated as a Justice of the Appellate Division by Governor George E Pataki on April 16 2004 and was re designated as such by Governor Eliot Spitzer on January 1 2007 He was elected to a fourteen year term on the Supreme Court of the State of New York in 2001 Prior to his tenure on the bench Justice Spolzino was a partner in the White Plains office of Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman Dicker LLP While in private practice Justice Spolzino also served as counsel to various governmental and private clients His primary areas of practice were municipal environmental and land use law Justice Spolzino had previously served as a confidential law secretary to Appellate Division Justice Leon D Lazer and to Westchester County Court Judge Kenneth H Lange In 2005 Justice Spolzino

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  • Philip Weinberg | Pace Law School
    Web Mail Pace University Search form Search You are here Home Faculty Adjunct Faculty Philip Weinberg BA University of Pennsylvania JD Columbia Law School Philip Weinberg has practiced written about and taught environmental law for four decades He taught environmental law and constitutional law at St John s University School of Law from 1978 to 2009 and also headed both the masters program for foreign law graduates and the overseas program based in Rome for St John s Law School Since 2009 he has taught environmental law at Pace Law School Columbia University and New York University s Wagner Graduate School Before his teaching career Professor Weinberg practiced at the New York State Attorney General s Office where he argued numerous appeals including three in the United States Supreme Court and headed the Environmental Protection Bureau from its creation in 1970 to 1978 He is the author of Environmental Law Cases and Materials and co author of Understanding Environmental Law LexisNexis Environmental Impact Review in New York LexisNexis and editor of Environmental Law and Regulation in New York West Thomson as well as author of numerous law review articles He is graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia Law

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  • About BAILE | Pace Law School
    Horta and Pace Law LL M graduate Arlindo Daibert Pace Law School students attending class in Brazil The Brazilian American Institute for Law and Environment BAILE is a non profit research teaching and policy center dedicated to fostering the relationship between the United States and Brazil in their shared goal of environmental protection and sustainable development The Institute BAILE is jointly housed at Pace University s Law School in New York and the Getulio Vargas Foundation School of Law in Rio de Janeiro Brazil Mission BAILE s mission is to work for the improvement of environmental protection and sustainable social and economic development It aims to foster more effective environmental laws business practices and economic incentives as instruments of environmental policy through research education advocacy and consultancy Our Work and Goals The Institute encourages international cooperation to stimulate and refine progressive environmental law and policy in both countries We bring people together to learn how to make their organizations and the world more environmentally socially and economically sustainable By sustainable we mean being able to generate protect and regenerate the natural social and economic resources required for short and long term prosperity that meets the needs not only of the present but also of future generations Towards that end we focus on the following goals and actions as elements of our comprehensive plan Policy and Advocacy We develop comparative law and policy programs for Brazilian and American jurists attorneys judges public prosecutors corporations NGOs and regulators The goal is to facilitate the development and implementation of environmentally sound laws policies and to contribute to the creation of a more predictable and ecologically viable environment for commerce between and within the two countries Research Education and Exchange Our staff is dedicated to the continual development of environmental law in both the

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  • IUCN Partnership | Pace Law School
    and some 11 000 scientists and experts in a unique worldwide partnership The Union s mission is to influence encourage and assist societies throughout the world to conserve the integrity and diversity of nature and to ensure that any use of natural resources is equitable and ecologically sustainable At the 2012 World Conservation Congress in Jeju Republic of Korea the Pace Center for the Environmental Legal Studies hosted a workshop on Giving Force to Conservation Laws Environmental Adjudication IUCN Academy of Environmental Law Pace Law School has played a key role in the development of the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law Professor Nicholas Robinson led the effort to establish the Academy during his tenure as Chair of IUCN CEL and later served as Chair of the Academy The Academy is rooted in the Earth Summit s call for universities to advance legal education for integrating environment and development In 1998 IUCN members requested that IUCN CEL develop a network of university law faculties to strengthen environmental legal education worldwide IUCN formally authorized the concept of an Academy of Environmental Law at the Second World Conservation Congress in 2000 and gave its final approval for the Academy in December 2002 The Academy is a global learned society dedicated to advancing knowledge of the ways in which law promotes a just society that values and conserves nature The Academy convenes international colloquia every year Pace Law School hosted the fourth colloquium entitled Toward More Effective Implementation of Environmental Law Compliance and Enforcement in October 2006 The colloquium drew more than 220 participants from 47 countries and 65 universities Pace faculty speak at the colloquium each year IUCN Commission on Environmental Law The IUCN Commission on Environmental Law CEL is a network of environmental law and policy experts from all regions of the

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  • Pace China Programs | Pace Law School
    Room View lecture video View lecture slides OCEAN UNIVERSITY QINGDAO 中国海洋大学 Fulbright scholars Feng Jingru and Chen Yitong along with their Dean Liu Huirong came to Pace in 2011 to conduct research for their PhD dissertations and contributed to the English Chinese environmental dictionary project SOUTHWEST UNIVERSITY OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND LAW CHONGQING 西南政法大学 Professor Cao Mingde of the Environmental Law Program at Southwest University of Political Science and Law in Chongqing China was a visiting professor at Pace for a year and collaborated with Pace Law faculty in several research papers on China and US environmental policies He also helped initiate the Pace MOU with Southwest University Former graduate dean Mark Shulman of Pace has lectured at Southwest University WUHAN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW WUHAN 武汉大学 法学院 Pace Law School maintains a close relationship with Wuhan University School of Law In 2007 former graduate dean Mark Shulman traveled to China with the New York City Bar Association to speak at a conference on international commercial law In November 2009 a delegation of Pace Environmental Law faculty traveled to Wuhan University to present at the 2009 colloquium of the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law on governance issues discussed infra Dr Zhang Wanhong of Wuhan Law School who participated in drafting China s first National Human Rights Action Plan 2009 2010 has been a welcome visitor at Pace Scholarly Involvement with China WORKSHOP ON ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT SJTU 2009 In November 2009 Pace Law School faculty conducted a workshop on environmental impact assessment EIA at SJTU Pace convened a top notch team to share in the full day of presentations on U S EIA practice including Professors Robert Percival of the University of Maryland Linda Malone of William Mary and Lee Paddock of George Washington University A number of high level members of the Chinese MEP attended the workshop IUCN ACADEMY OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW COLLOQUIUM WUHAN 2009 Following the SJTU workshop Pace faculty presented at the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law s ninth annual colloquium at Wuhan Law School on environmental governance and sustainability preceded by a one day workshop on biofuels at which Dean Emeritus Richard Ottinger presented Dean Ottinger Professor David Cassuto and Assistant Dean Alexandra Dunn presented at the governance colloquium at which Pace Law student Kavitha Mukund was also in attendance THE EPA CHINA ENVIRONMENTAL LAW INITIATIVE In 2009 the US EPA selected Pace Law School to join its China Environmental Law Initiative Pace Law School faculty and students will work with the EPA and other collaborating organizations to make legal information on China s environment both accessible and current The goals of the initiative are to 1 share legal experience and expertise to improve China s environmental health including reduction of dependence on coal through energy efficiency and renewable energy 2 share information useful to US entities with business or other stakes on how China addresses environmental issues and 3 foster an ongoing dialogue on energy and environment law issues with China AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE

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