Congratulations to the Class of 2017!

Scott Wenzel and Samantha Hazen, both graduates of Pace Law’s Class of 2017, will begin clerkships with federal judges in the fall. Scott will be clerking for the Honorable Debra M. Brown in the Northern District of Mississippi. Judge Brown sits in Greenville, Mississippi.

Pace University’s Elisabeth Haub School of Law announces strong employment results for the Class of 2016 with an overall employment rate of 92%, placing its first among its peer schools in employment results. More than 82% of the class is employed in long-term positions where a JD degree is required or preferred.

On March 28, 2017, twelve Pace Law alumni were admitted to the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States. The Board of Directors of the Alumni Association coordinated, and Lt. Col. Joseph W. Mazel, Esq. '97 oversaw all aspects of, the admission ceremony process.

The Pace Law Alumni Association Board of Directors is pleased to announce the 2017 Alumni Board of Directors election results. Congratulations to the incoming Executive Committee, new Board Members and continuing Board Members, with terms commencing September 2017.

My name is Mark Meeker and I am a proud graduate of Pace Law (December 2009). Since 2013, I have served on the Alumni Association’s Board of Directors and, as a result of the elections held in March, I will serve as the Board’s next President.

On behalf of the PILSO Executive Board and the Public Interest Law Center, we are extremely pleased to report on the success of the annual online PILSO Public Interest Auction - the Auction raised close to $23,000! We are so grateful to everyone at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University who participated in this “online event” in support of our students pursuing public interest summer internships. We especially would like to thank our alumni, faculty and administrators who donated so many wonderful items and who placed bids on others. We look forward to the Auction next year!

Pace Law's Immigration Justice Clinic ("IJC") is a true legal clinic, in which law students are licensed to perform all the tasks and make all the decisions that arise during their direct representation of real clients, as distinct from externships (where the law student assists and acts under the direction of, but is not, the lawyer) or simulated lawyering courses (where the student acts in role as, but is not, the lawyer). The IJC serves indigent people living, working, or detained in the Hudson Valley, in the five boroughs, and when feasible Long Island.

Join us in welcoming Katrina Fischer Kuh to the Pace Law's faculty as the Haub Distinguished Professor of Environmental Law. Professor Kuh is an accomplished scholar with extensive experience working in the government and private sectors protecting the environment and natural resources. Professor Kuh will begin her role as a full time faculty member in the fall of 2017. You can read more here and here.

The Pace Environmental Law Alumni Association ( presented Marc Yaggi ’97 and Dan Estrin ‘93 with the 2017 Nicholas Robinson Award for Distinguished Environmental Achievement, recognizing environmental achievement, support for the law school and its students and alumni, and embodiment of the spirit of the inimitable Nick Robinson

Saad Siddiqui (’07) is part of an eleven year Pace Law tradition, which began in 2006. Each year, during the Public Interest Law School Organization Auction (PILSO Auction), Saad and a group of Pace Law alumni bid to win a game of poker at Professor John Nolon’s home.

Lauren Stabile (’09) graduated from NYU’s Steinhardt School of Education in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies and a minor in Fine Arts. In these areas of study, Lauren was able to develop her verbal and written communication skills, while simultaneously studying media, culture, and communication theory and analysis, using sociological, political, and historical frameworks. Additionally, throughout her undergraduate experience, Lauren was actively involved in the initiation and implementation of various community service programs

Patrick Carroll (’15) graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Environmental Studies from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, NY in 2012. During his undergraduate studies, it became increasingly clear to Patrick that he wanted to pursue a legal education.

The Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) sends weekly emails containing recently posted alumni job opportunities. Please email the CCPD at if you would like to opt-in to receiving these emails.

These emails are generated from Symplicity, the CCPD job listing website, will be sent to your registered Symplicity email address. If you would like to receive emails at a different email address, please update your Symplicity profile. To further assist job seekers, Symplicity has released a mobile application (CAREERS by Symplicity) which can be downloaded from Apple’s App Store, or on Google Play. This app allows you to easily search and apply for jobs directly on your mobile device.

(Pictured: Shelby D. Green)

(Pictured: Christopher B. Fisher '94)

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