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Pace University

2007

Environmental law

Elisabeth Haub School of Law Faculty Publications

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Advancing Environmental Law At Pace: A Personal Memoir, A Continuing Challenge, Nicholas A. Robinson Sep 2007

Advancing Environmental Law At Pace: A Personal Memoir, A Continuing Challenge, Nicholas A. Robinson

Elisabeth Haub School of Law Faculty Publications

How did an unaccredited law school, admitting its first students in 1976, become renowned as a national and international leader in environmental education in less than three decades? What did Pace have to attract some of America’s brightest and best college graduates to pursue their careers in environmental law in White Plains? Why did Yale Law School’s Dean Anthony Kronman, in 1999, call Pace’s program one to which “other law schools look with admiration and envy…one of the best in the country, indeed the world…”

Each generation of alumni intimately knows the answer to these questions, but through the lenses …


Keynote Address: We Must Take America Back, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Jan 2007

Keynote Address: We Must Take America Back, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Elisabeth Haub School of Law Faculty Publications

I want to talk about what is happening in the United States, and the connection between the environment and democracy, and the corrosive impact of excessive corporate power and the impact to democracy everywhere. But particularly I want to focus on American democracy.