Full Time Faculty

Professor John Nolon

Practicing an open-door policy, Pace Law professors act as mentors and colleagues, providing students with practical advice and opportunities to collaborate on research and advocacy projects.

Accomplished, Intellectual, Committed and Accessible 

The primary goal of the faculty is to produce a quality educational experience for our students. The emphasis on teaching is reflected in the time devoted to class preparation and is notable in the faculty’s commitment to being accessible to students outside of class. Professors make a point of being on campus at least four days a week, and an open door policy prevails.

The majority of the faculty has had significant careers in legal practice prior to becoming legal educators. Their experiences in law firms, as corporate counsel, and as federal and state regulators add important perspectives to the theoretical principles of law.

Teaching excellence need not come at the expense of scholarship. Here, the two go hand in hand. Some of the most prolific scholars on the faculty win high marks for creating stimulating and challenging classroom discussions. At Pace Law, students benefit from the knowledge and experience of outstanding professors who care about teaching and about preparing students for meaningful careers in the legal profession.

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Our Faculty Are Committed to Your Success

Faculty use their career achievements and networks to help students find placements in domestic and international internships and externships, judicial clerkships, and in associate positions at law firms. Faculty members are leaders in their fields - they are scholars, mentors and teachers.