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OUR TEAMJessica A. Bacher, Esq., Adjunct Professor of Law, Managing Director of ResearchMargaret E. Byerly, Esq., MEM, Staff AttorneyMichael J. Goonan, Esq., LLM Graduate FellowJeff LeJava, Esq., Adjunct Professor of Law, Managing Director of InnovationAnn Marie McCoy, Director of AdministrationBuck Moorhead, RA, CPHD, TrainerJennie C. Nolon, Esq., MEM, LEED-AP, Senior Staff Attorney, Manager of Urban ProgramsJohn R. Nolon, Esq., Professor of Law, Founder and CounselRosemarie Noonan, Esq., TrainerMarjorie Shansky, Esq., TrainerTiffany B. Zezula, Esq., Managing Director of TrainingOn May 12, 1999, the United States Congress presented John R. Nolon, Founder of the Land Use Law Center, with a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition for his "outstanding and invaluable service to the community."

STUDENT INVOLVEMENTPace Law School, in conjunction with the Land Use Law Center, creates practice-ready law school graduates through a rich academic curriculum in land use law. Land Use Law Center Course OfferingsAt Pace Law School, students have the opportunity to participate in advanced study courses, seminars, and research projects in land use law. In addition to a significant number of courses available in Environmental Law, Real Estate, Energy and Climate, and Alternative Dispute Resolution, the Center offers a number of courses in land use and sustainable development law, including:. Land Use Law. Sustainable Development Law Survey. Advanced Land Use and Sustainable Development Seminar. Environmental Dispute Resolution. Guided Research. Guided Externship in Land Use & Sustainable Development. Land Use PracticumFor more information on the courses available at Pace Law School, visit: