Tuesday, March 13, 2018
The Land Use Law Center at Elizabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University in White Plains, NY is seeking a graduate fellow for next academic year. During the fall and spring semesters, the Fellow will work half-time with the Center on its cutting edge projects, while completing requirements for an LLM in Land Use and Sustainable Development Law. Compensation for this position includes the full waiver of tuition and a modest stipend. The School is ranked as one of the top three law schools in Environmental Law. The Land Use Law Center celebrates its 25th anniversary this year as one of the most active and well-known legal centers of its kind. The Center has helped create frameworks for sustainable development, local environmental, and low carbon land use law and conducts research and field work in nearly all aspects of sustainable development, with current projects in public health, resilience, urban revitalization, gentrification, distressed property remediation, agricultural land preservation, renewable energy, watershed conservation, green infrastructure, green buildings, the sharing economy, and transit oriented development.
Please encourage interested 3Ls to consult the program’s requirements.
Land Use and Sustainable Development LLM Graduate Fellow: https://careers.pace.edu/postings/4656