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January 2010 – Present
June 5, 2011 - Orlando Sentinel: Professor Leslie Garfield is quoted in the story, "Casey Anthony trial: Legal experts question defense attorney Jose Baez's handling of case."
June 5, 2011 - Times Herald-Record: Professor Linda Fentiman is quoted in the story, "Mandatory arbitration limits options for consumer complaints."
June 3, 2011 - Huffington Post: Professor Bennett Gershman publishes new blog post: "Ashcroft Perverted Federal Law, and the Supreme Court Blinked."
June 1, 2011 - The Colbert Report: Prof. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. talks about mountaintop removal coal mining
May 26, 2011 - National Law Journal: Professor Ann Bartow comments in the story, "Women making 'remarkable' gains in law school deanships."
May 24, 2011 - Huffington Post: Professor Bennett Gershman publishes new blog post: "DSK and Bail: But Aren't the French Right?"
May 23, 2011 - Associated Press: Professor Michael Mushlin comments in the story, "High Court to Calif: Cut Prison Inmates by 30,000."
May 22, 2011 - The Journal News: Professor Ralph Stein comments in the story, "Blogger's name grab irks New Rochelle council members."
May 20, 2011 - The Financial Times: Professor Audrey Rogers comments in the story, "From power to custody in five hours."
May 19, 2011 - The Arizona Republic: Professor Bennett Gershman is quoted in the story, "Timing of Don Stapley case questioned."
May 18, 2011 - Gannett Newspapers: Professor Adele Bernhard comments in the story, "N.Y. Senate OKs 'Brittany's Law' violent-felon registry."
May 16, 2011 - Huffington Post: Professor Bennett Gershman's blog post, "'Rats': Why Juries Believe Them," is published.
May 11, 2011 - Law 360: Professor Bennett Gershman is quoted in "Wiretaps Prove to be Deadly Weapon In Galleon Case."
May 11, 2011 - Courthouse News: Professor Bennett Gershman is quoted in "Billionaire Hedge Fund Exec Convicted of Insider Trading."
May 10, 2011 - The Journal News: Professor Randy McLaughlin quoted on "New Rochelle adopts Democrats' redistricting plan."
May 7, 2011 - Patch: Roundtable discussion hosted by Pace Law School on the legality of the US killing bin Laden featured in the story, "Was Killing Osama bin laden Legal?"
May 6, 2011 - The Journal News: Roundtable discussion hosted by Pace Law on the legality of the US killing bin Laden featured in the story, "Bin Laden slaying: Was it legal? Pace hosts international law symposium."
May 6, 2011 - National Law Journal: Roundtable discussion hosted by Pace Law on the legality of the US killing bin Laden featured in the story, "Was bin Laden raid legal? Probably, according to experts in international law."
May 4, 2011 - Courthouse News: Professor Bennett Gershman comments in the story, "Deutsche Bank Accused of Giant Mortgage Fraud."
May 4, 2011 - WVOX: Professor Bennett Gershman's appears on "Crime and Justice with Dan Schorr" radio show.
May 3, 2011 - Huffington Post: Professor Bennett Gershman's blog post, "Clocking Trials," is published.
April 29, 2011 - Reuters: Professor Bennett Gershman is quoted in the story, "Rajaratnam jury hunkers down, mirrors other trials."
April 29, 2011 - Courthouse News: Professor Bennett Gershman is quoted in the story, "Mosaic Defense? Raj is not the first to use it."
April 27, 2011 - WAMC: Professor Michael Mushlin comments in the story, "Inmate Turns Down Heart Transplant."
April 25, 2011 - White Plains Patch: Pace Law School's Earth Day tree planting featured in, "Pace Plants for the Earth."
April 25, 2011 - The Journal News: Professor Randolph McLaughlin is quoted in the story, "Minorities gain in corporate world."
April 22, 2011 - The Journal News: Pace Law School's Earth Day tree planting featured in video.
April 19, 2011 - Reuters: Professor Bennett Gershman is quoted in the story, "Analysis: Rajaratnam defense blasted jury with data blizzard."
April 19, 2011 - Christian Science Monitor: Professor David Cassuto publishes opinion piece: "True cost of budget deal will be paid in blood--of gray wolves."
April 17, 2011 - The Journal News: Pace Energy & Climate Center Executive Director James Van Nostrand quoted in the story, "Rockland hosts major test of carbon storage to fight climate change."
April 17, 2011 - Patch: Hydrofracking CLE event at Pace Law covered in the story, "To Frack or Not to Frack, That is the Question."
April 15, 2011 - The Journal News: Professor Randolph McLaughlin is quoted in the story, "Judge raises doubts over Port Chester voting case appeal."
April 14, 2011 - WAMC: "Former top official at DEC talks natural gas drilling," previews CLE event on hydrofracking at Pace Law.
April 10, 2011 - Times Herald-Record: "DEC should take its time on drilling regs: ex-official," previews CLE event on hydrofracking at Pace Law.
April 8, 2011 - Huffington Post: Professor Bennett Gershman's blog post, "Why Barry Bonds?" is published.
April 7, 2011 - The Journal News: Professor Ralph Stein is quoted in the story, "Release of food pantry surveillance video could pose twist to Harrison case."
April 6, 2011 - Reuters: Professor Linda Fentiman is quoted in the story, "Analysis: Repetition marks Rajaratnam prosecution evidence."
April 1, 2011- Huffington Post: Professor Bennett Gershman's blog post, "Cops Are Stupid, But Prosecutors Are Smart," is published.
April 1, 2011- Daily Freeman: Pace Energy & Climate Center's work featured in the story, "Red Hook aims to cut greenhouse gas emissions."
March 26, 2011- The Journal News: Professor Randolph McLaughlin is quoted in the story, "Hudson Valley census: Minorities become majority in 7 more municipalities."
March 25, 2011- Times Herald-Record: Professor Bennett Gershman is quoted in the story, "Ulster County DA shouldn't work on Matthews case, some experts say."
March 21, 2011- The National Law Journal: Professor Bennett Gerhsman's op-ed, "Silencing amicus curiae," is published.
March 18, 2011- WNYC: Dean Emeritus Richard Ottinger is quoted in the story, "Bloomberg backs Indian Point nuclear plant."
March 14, 2011- WAMC: Professor Bennett Gershman is quoted in the story, “Debate over funeral protests now at state, local level.”
March 14, 2011- The Chicago Tribune: Professor Bennett Gershman is quoted in the story, “Lake County prosecutors added to Hobbs’s federal lawsuit.”
March 14, 2011- Times Herald-Record: Professor John Nolon is quoted in the story, “Changes in Beacon alter development.”
March 13, 2011- The Journal News: Professor Ralph Stein is quoted in the story, “Public-record access can be costly.”
February 28, 2011- The Journal News: Professor Randolph McLaughlin is quoted in the article, "Port Chester voting rights appeal to get lots of scrutiny".
February 28, 2011- The Journal News: Professor Jay Carlisle is quoted in the story, "Local agency to provide foreclosure lawyers under new state initiative".
February 26, 2011- Salon: Adjunct Professor Abed Awad is interviewed for the story, "What sharia law actually means".
March/April- VegNews magazine: Professor David Cassuto's policy paper, "The CAFO Hothouse: Climate Change, Industrial Agriculture and the Law," featured.
February 2011- Westchester Jewish Life: Judy Weinstock, director of Environmental Law Programs, and environmental law students featured in story, "Law Students Help Schechter Pupils Celebrate Tu B'Shevat".
February 25, 2011- Washington Post: Professor Darren Rosenblum is quoted in the article, "U.S. reversal on gay unions won't affect married couples for now".
February 22, 2011- Daily Finance (AOL): Professor Randolph McLaughlin is quoted in the article, "Collective-Bargaining Rights Are at Stake in Wisconsin".
February 19, 2011- Times Herald-Record: Professor Jay Carlisle is quoted in the story, "Free lawyers to be provided for homeowners facing foreclosure in Orange County".
February 13, 2011- The Journal News: Professor Bennett Gershman's op-ed, "Don't weaken commission's ability to discipline bad judges" is published.
February 13, 2011- Democrat and Chronicle: Professor John Nolon is quoted in the article, "Irondequoit Bay eagle case tests land rights".
February 12, 2011- WAMC: Professor Jay Carlisle comments in the story, "NY May Require Legal Representation for Homeowners in Foreclosure Cases".
February 11, 2011- The Daily Independent (Kentucky): Professors Karl Coplan and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., co-directors of the Environmental Litigation Clinic, are quoted in the article, "Coal company's corrective plan to use same sample collectors".
February 11, 2011- The Courier Journal: Pace Environmental Litigation Clinic student intern Peter Harrison is quoted in the story, "Activists get say in coal suit; call pollution penalties too light".
February 11, 2011- Financial Times: Professor Darren Rosenblum's letter, "Beijing deploys pure and simple mercantilism" is published.
February 9, 2011- New York Times: Professor Bridget Crawford is quoted in the article, "Certainty on Tax, but Just for Two Years."
February 6, 2011- The Journal News: Professor Randolph McLaughlin's editorial, "No need to refight a lost battle" is published.
February 4, 2011- The Journal News: Professor Randolph McLaughlin is quoted in the story, "Port Chester to consider appeal in voting rights case."
February 2, 2011- Ignites (Financial Times): Professor Jill Gross is quoted in the article, "SEC Green-Lights 'Historic' Arbitration Rule."
January 30, 2011- The Jackson Citizen Patriot: Professor Bennett Gershman is quoted in the article, "'Misleading' statement in court tarnishes record of Sgt. Christopher Boulter."
January 2011- ABA Journal: Cynthia Wells, a graduate of Pace Law School's New Directions program, featured in article, "Firms' Re-Entry Programs Open Doors."
January 23, 2011- Peekskill-Courtlandt Patch: Professor John Nolon is quoted in the story, "How Will Rising Sea Levels Affect Local Communities?"
January 21, 2011- White Plains Patch: Pace environmental law students' update to NY Bar Association report on global warming featured in article, "Pace Students to Brief Governor on Preventing Climate Change."
January 21, 2011- The National (Abu Dhabi): Professor Bennett Gershman's participation on a panel at a victims' rights seminar in Dubai discussed in the article, "Panel urges emphasis on victims' rights."
January 18, 2011- WAMC public radio: Jackson Morris, senior policy advisor at the Pace Energy and Climate Center, comments in, "NYS Faces Complicated Budget Process As Deficit Looms."
January 17, 2011- New York Times: Pace Law alumna Anna N. Sideris featured in the article, "Ghailani's Lawyers Detail Terror Defense Strategy."
Jan./Feb. 2011- Adirondack Explorer magazine: Professors Nicholas Robinson and Philip Weinberg, and their Fall 2010 research seminar on NY State's Constitutional forest preserve, discussed in the article, "Conventional Wisdom."
January 9, 2011- LA Times: Professor Bennett Gershman is quoted in the story, "Supreme Court takes dim view of suing prosecutors."
January 9, 2011- The Journal News: Professors Ralph M. Stein and Bennett L. Gershman are quoted in the story, "Clarkstown police chaplain is Rockland's only one paid for his services."
January 5, 2011- The Uptowner: Professor M. Chris Fabricant, director of the Pace Law Criminal Justice Clinic, is quoted in the article, "Legal Fight Brews Over Public Housing Arrests."
January 5, 2011- WAMC: Professor Merril Sobie comments on potential reforms to New York State's juvenile justice system.
December 31, 2010- Marketplace (American Public Media): Jackson Morris, senior policy advisor at the Pace Energy and Climate Center, talks about new EPA regulations on greenhouse gas emissions at power plants, refineries and paper mills.
December 24, 2010- Wall Street Journal: Professor Adele Bernhard is quoted in the article, "A Solitary Jailhouse Lawyer Argues His Way Out of Prison."
December 22, 2010- Albany Times Union: Professor David Cohen is quoted in the article, "Three bills remaining for governor."
December 22, 2010- Bloomberg: Professor Bennett L. Gershman is quoted in the article, "Cuomo Leaves Plate of Unfinished Business for Next N.Y. Attorney General."
December 21, 2010- New York Law Journal: M. Chris Fabricant, director of the Criminal Justice Clinic, quoted in article, "Judge Faults 'Random' Questions By Cops in Public Housing Patrols."
December 16, 2010- WAMC: Professor John R. Nolon comments on the promising collaboration between Pace Law School’s Land Use Law Center and the City of Newburgh to tackle the problem of distressed and vacant properties.
December 7, 2010- Congressional Quarterly: Pace Law Associate Professor Emily Gold Waldman is quoted about the legal responsibilities of schools in the article “Preventing Bullying.”
December 7, 2010- The Arizona Republic: Pace Law Professor Bennett Gershman comments quoted in the article “Investigator to recommend disbarment in Thomas ethics case.”
December 6, 2010- The Journal News: In the article, “Mayor Bradley case hangs in the balance,” Pace Law Professor Bennett Gershman predicts that the White Plains mayor will be found guilty on at least some of the charges against him in his domestic violence case.
December 1, 2010- The Journal News: Pace Law School Professor Nicholas Robinson, founder of the Pace Environmental Law Program, was quoted in the article “GM seeks massive housing, retail, parkland development at Sleepy Hollow site.” Robinson notes that a lot of hazardous waste remains on the land, including high levels of lead and other heavy metals, which must be remediated.
December 1, 2010- Willamette Week: Pace Law Professor John Humbach is quoted in the article, “Sext Crimes” about the serious legal implications for teens who sext, or use their cell phones to take sexual pictures. In the article, Humbach—who has written about sexting, teenagers and freedom of expression—calls today’s anti-pornography laws “a trap for unwary teens” and a chilling example of what happens when old values bump into “new and unanticipated social phenomena.”
November 30, 2010- The National Law Journal: The article “Stanford’s law and business schools launch green energy initiative” names Pace Law’s Energy and Climate Center as one of a handful of law school clean energy centers in the nation.
November 30, 2010- Irish America: Pace Law School alumnus Patrick Henry Dowling, now a managing partner at White Oak Global Advisors LLC, was featured in the magazine’s 2010 Business 100 list. “The accomplishments of the men and women on our list are immense, and it is an honor for Irish America to highlight their achievement and success,” it states.
November 30, 2010- The Journal News: Professor Bennett L. Gershman is quoted in the article, “Mayor Adam Bradley testifies wife was abusive” about the domestic violence trial of the White Plains mayor. Gershman comments that it is always risky to put the defendant on the stand, but it appeared Bradley’s legal team had no other choice. He says, “The only way they could create reasonable doubt was by having Bradley testify.”
November 19, 2010- Westchester Magazine: John R. Nolon, founder and director of the Land Use Center at Pace Law School and a Tarrytown resident, was one of twelve of Westchester’s most influential residents featured in the November issue. According to the article, “Professor Nolon has taught, through a special leadership training program, more than 1,500 Hudson Valley leaders, decision-makers, legislators, citizens and activists how to use—and if necessary, change—local laws in order to protect and improve the environment and support eco-friendly development. He expects to see the program expanded to many states within the next five years.” Nolon recently founded the Mayors Redevelopment Round Table to promote development of eco-friendly urban neighborhoods to address climate change.
November 15, 2010- The Washington Post: Theodore W. Kheel is remembered in the article, “New York City labor mediator resolved thousands of disputes” for, among other things, endowing the Theodore W. Kheel Center on the Resolution of Environmental Interest Disputes at Pace Law School.
November 14, 2010- The Journal News: The article "Volunteers keep nonprofits alive for love, not money” features Carol Feldman, a volunteer member of the Pace Law School Women’s Justice Center’s advisory board who works on fundraising and raising awareness of the center and its programs. The Center’s Executive Director Jane Aoyama-Martin said Feldman “is a huge asset. I see her as a supportive resource and consultant. Many of our clients are women with children, and Carol’s background in education is very helpful. She has great judgment and she’s not a lawyer. She brings us a different, independent, fresh viewpoint.”
November 2, 2010- The Huffington Post: Professor Darren Rosenblum had his editorial, “When LGBT Teens Face Bullying at Home, Too,” published concerning the effects of bullying at school and at home.
October 27, 2010 – LoHud: Professor Bennett Gershman participated in a live, one-hour “Editorial Chat” on the use of police deadly force and the Danroy DJ Henry case.
October 25, 2010- DailyFinance.com: Professor Randolph McLaughlin states "The inability to form unions can also be attributed to workers who aren't willing to stand up to employers for fear of losing their jobs," in the article "People@Work: Jimmy John's Failed Union Vote Highlights Plight of Fast-Food Workers."
October 24, 2010 – Journal News: Professor Bennett Gershman on the Danroy Henry shooting in his editorial, “Fatal Police Shooting Raises Many Questions.”
October 21, 2010 – New York Times: Article, “For Legal Fees, It's More of a Buyer's Market,” quotes Professor Gary Munneke on pressure on law firms to become more efficient.
October 20, 2010 – New York Times: Professor Richard L. Ottinger “attest[s] from personal experience to the perverse influence that money has in our democratic process” in his letter to the editor, “The Power of Money.”
October 15, 2010 – The Journal News: “Wasn’t Larry Flynt a great defender of the First Amendment at one point?” Professor Bennett Gershman in the article, “Publisher is unlikely free-speech hero,” on an unlikely free-speech hero in an $8M judgment against Yonkers mayor Phil Amicone for a First Amendment violation in his attempt to remove the tabloid, Westchester Guardian, off the streets.
October 8, 2010 – The Courier-Journal (Kentucky): Professors Karl Coplan and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. were quoted in the article, “Environmentalists claim Kentucky coal mines faked water data,” on the suit being brought against three coal mining operations in Eastern Kentucky who allegedly falsified pollution data, failed to submit reports, or exceeded permit limits on more than 20,000 occasions in the past two years.
October 7, 2010- New York Times: City Council Testimony by Visiting Prof. Chris Fabricant, and digging by Pace Criminal Justice Center students, prompt article "Of Tactics in Public Housing, and Recommended Reading," in NY Times City Room Blog.
October 5, 2010- USA Today: Professor Bennett Gershman states “The importance of (Thompson's) case is prosecutorial accountability -- whether or not violations of constitutional rights make a difference,” in the article “Prosecuting offices' immunity tested.”
October 1, 2010- ABA Journal: The Oct. 2010 issue of the ABA Journal contains an article on the litigation surrounding a possible connection between autism and vaccines. Alex Dunn commented on the vaccine court in the article"The Immune Response."
September 27, 2010 – Crain’s Cleveland Business: Law firms in future will be more institutional: fewer owners, more employees, predicts Professor Gary Munneke in the article, “Law firms' hiring model evolves; Economy propels shift in employee hierarchy, graduate recruitment.”
September 27, 2010 - USA Today: Article, “Not guilty, but stuck with big bills, damaged career,” quotes Professor Bennett Gershman on remedies for bad prosecutions.
September 23, 2010 – The Tennessean: Professor Bennett Gershman talks about “serious, glaring misconduct” by the Justice Deparment in the article, “Prosecutor misconduct threatens fair trials.”
September 23, 2010- Newsday: Professor Ben Gershman comments on actions of Suffolk County Ethics Commission in Newsday article "PROBE ON SUFFOLK ETHICS PANEL: The details they need to disclose; Form asks officials where their money comes from."
September 23, 2010- USA Today: Professor Bennett Gershman, an expert on misconduct by prosecutors states "It's systemic now, and … the system is not able to control this type of behavior. There is no accountability," in the article "Prosecutors' conduct can tip justice scales."
August 16, 2010 – Journal News: Professor Emily Gold Waldman was quoted in the article, "Westchester considers law to address cyberbullying," on the constitutionality of proposed cyberbullying legislation in Westchester County.
August 12, 2010 – Boston Globe: Article, "Schools can exclude materials disputing Armenian genocide," quotes Adjunct Professor Van Z. Krikorian, who filed a brief defending the state's move, on the ruling, equating those who dispute the genocide designation to Holocaust deniers.
August 2010– Professor Michael B. Mushlin's Rights of Prisoners (4th Ed.) received raved reviews from the Correctional Law Reporter, "no competition for a work of this breadth."
Summer 2010 – Natural Resources & Environment:Article, "Educating the Next Generation of Environmental Lawyers," was inspired by a presentation at the Law School's March 2010 faculty workshop and mentions the school's environmental skills course and National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition.
July 2010 – ABA Journal: "This represents the worst in American criminal trials: a capital murder trial where the prosecutor and the judge had a secret love affair. It is just despicable," says Bennett L. Gershman in the article, "Too Close for Comfort."
July 29, 2010 – Journal News: Summer Justice Academy for Young Women, hosted at Pace Law School, featured in "Pace Law School program opens girls' eyes to a legal career."
July 22, 2010 – Wall Street Journal: A study compiled and released by the Pace Energy and Climate Center on the impact of the July 2006 Con Edison power outage in Western Queens was highlighted in the article, "Lights Out Means Lost Sales."
July 20, 2010 –WNBC-TV: "Lessons from the Blackout: What Con Edison's CEO Knows Now," report on "Today in New York" spurred by a just-released study managed by Jamie Van Nostrand of Pace Energy and Climate Center as to the true financial impact of the '06 Queens Blackout which left 200,000 people in Astoria, Long Island City, Sunnyside and Woodside without power for nine days. Van Nostrand's research shows "the utility reimbursed Queens customers for $17 million, out of $188 million in blackout losses," a pittance.
July 18, 2010 – Sean Hannity Show: Professor Randy McLaughlin was interviewed regarding the Voting Rights Act, the cumulative voting system that was established in Port Chester on June 15 and the results of that election.
July 18, 2010 – Los Angeles Times: Professor Ben Gershman quoted on misconduct in "Judicial system takes a hit in Broadcom case."
July 16, 2010 – Westchester County Business Journal: "Suburban living is changing. The focus is returning to urban living and providing livable and walkable communities," Professor John R. Nolon quoted in the article, "A Nod to TOD: Region Sees Growing Interest in Transit Oriented Development."
July 16, 2010 – Crain's New York Business: The Pace Energy and Climate Center Study on impact of July 2006 Con Edison Power Outage in Western Queens was cited in "Study details costs of '06 blackout."
June 20, 2010 – Journal News: Professor Vanessa Merton and Public Interest Law Center Director Jennifer Friedman scrutinize the Arizona immigration law in the op-ed, "Arizona deserves boycott for its immigration policy."
June 17, 2010 – Journal News: Pace Law School Professor Randolph McLaughlin revisits the Port Chester Hispanic vote in "Port Chester voting yields diverse board."
June 14, 2010 – Bloomberg: "I don't know how these gratuitous condemnations serve any purpose except to smear the nonsettling party," Pace Law School Professor Ben Gershman is quoted as saying in "Cuomo, Would-Be Governor, Gets Tough When Foes Say No."
June 11, 2010 – Journal News: Pace Law School students and their work on comprehensive County legislation review highlighted in "Westchester repeals fuel restrictions, other antiquated laws."
June 9, 2010 – CBS News: Pace Law School 1L Pooja Jaitly and her experience in law school are profiled in "Children of the Recession: Graduating Into Tough Times,"
May 28, 2010 – The New York Times: Letter to the Editor Re: "Defiant Judge Takes On Child Pornography Law," Professor Audrey Rogers
May 27, 2010 – BloombergTV: "BP Spill Costs Could Reach $20 Billion," Professor Jeffrey Miller
May 22, 2010 – The National Post: Professor Bennett Gershman weighs in on Canadian media mogul Conrad Black and his American legal entanglements in "Conrad Black's Lonely Legal Battle."
May 18, 2010 – Brian Lehrer Show: Professor Tom McDonnell discusses the legal ramifications of the CIA having permission to kill an American citizen suspected of terrorism in "Hit List."
May 17, 2010 – Journal News: Professor Randolph McLaughlin discusses Hispanic voting rights in "Port Chester election feeds Hispanic hopes."
May 10, 2010 – BestWeek: Professor Jeffrey Miller talks about liability issues wrapped up in the Gulf oil spill in "In Wake of Devastating Gulf Oil Spill, Liability Spreads."
April 30, 2010 – Tucson Weekly: Professor Ben Gershman's writings on victims' rights are cited in "Sympathy vs. Truth."
April 28, 2010 – Dow Jones: Jill Gross, director of the Investor Rights Clinic at Pace Law School, is quoted in "Cracking Down On Arbitration-Award Evaders."
April 23, 2010 – Associated Press: Professor Ben Gershman weighs in on using seized assets to pay attorney fees in "Ill-Gotten Money to Hire a Good Lawyer?"
April 15, 2010 – U.S. News & World Report: Pace Law School's New Directions program is highlighted in "Rejoining the Workforce After a Break."
April 13, 2010 – Detroit Free Press: In the wake of Justice Stevens' plans to retire, Professor Steven Goldberg gives his take on the candidates to replace him in "Granholm called a long shot for court."
April 10, 2010 – Journal News: As new charges are added to the Adam Bradley case, the experts weigh in, including Pace Law School's Professor Bennett Gershman "White Plains mayor faces more pressure to resign."
April 8, 2010 – New York Times: Pace Law School Environmental Litigation Clinic is spotlighted; Clinic Co-Director Karl Coplan is quoted in "Law Students' Role in Farm Pollution Suit Angers Md. Lawmakers, Sparks Nat'l Debate."
March 30, 2010 – Newsday: Pace Law School Professor Ralph Stein is quoted in "Payroll tax targeted; LI officials call MTA tariff unfair, seek repeal."
March 25, 2010 – CBS 2 News: Professor Bennett Gershman offers on-camera expertise to Tony Aiello; article and video available in "E-Mails Shed Light On NY Mayor's Troubled Marriage."
March 20, 2010 – Journal News: Pace Law School Professor Ralph Stein is quoted in "Experts: Pagli likely to claim mental illness."
March 19, 2010 – Journal News: Pace Law School's partnership with the NY League of Conservation Voters and survey of Westchester County's environmental health is the focus of "Clock ticks ever faster on global climate change."
March 3, 2010 – The Boston Globe: Professor Van Krikorian debates a hotly contested case before the U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit in "In appeal, lawyer asserts genocide teaching skewed."
February 28, 2010 – Journal News: Pace Women's Justice Center Executive Director, Jane Aoyama-Martin, discusses factors that may have led to the recent Westchester Pagli family murder in “Study: 200 mothers kill their children a year in the U.S.”
February 21, 2010 – Journal News: A deadlocked jury in the Werner Lippe murder trial is explained by Professor Leslie Garfield in “Difficult murder retrial expected.”
February 18, 2010 – News 12: Professor Leslie Garfield comments on the Werner Lippe murder trial in “Lippe Jury Says it is Deadlocked.”
February 18, 2010 – CBS: “Ex-NYPD Chief Kerik Gets 4 Years In Prison," Professor Bennett L. Gershman
February 17, 2010 – The Wall Street Journal: Read about New Directions Program participants Andree Bogaerts and Rore Middleton's experience in "When Getting the Job Is the Easy Part."
February 2, 2010 – CNBC.com: Professor Bridget Crawford is quoted in “Tax Increases Are On the Way For Higher-Income Americans.”
January 16, 2010 – The Daily Beast: "Sterilized for Being Poor?" with Professor Linda Fentiman.
January 9, 2010 – Newsday: Professor Daniel Estrin, Supervising Attorney of the Environmental Litigation Clinic, is quoted in "Lab Suit Gains Ground."