Louis V. Fasulo

  • Director, Moot Court Programs
  • Director of Advocacy Programs
  • Professor of Trial Practice


BA, Drew University
JD, Elisabeth Haub School of Law

Adjunct Professor Louis Fasulo is a partner in the law firm of Fasulo Giordano & Di Maggio. The firm focuses in white collar criminal defense, real estate, employment discrimination, family law, banking and securities compliance work and civil and criminal litigation.

At Haub Law, he is Director of Advocacy, Moot Court and Client Counseling Programs. Professor Fasulo has been the adjunct faculty recipient of the Barbara C. Salken Outstanding Professor of the Year Award, chosen by students, for the 2000-01, 2007-08, 2013-14 and 2015-16 academic years. He also received the Pace Leadership Award in 2020. Additionally, Haub Law has named the first-year moot court competition the Louis V. Fasulo Moot Court Competition in honor of Professor Fasulo.

Professor Fasulo has served as Vice President of the National Association of Legal Advocacy Educators, and he is currently Chair of New York County Defenders. He has taught and run international the law program in comparative advocacy in Oxford, England, for Stetson University Law School, and has taught in Iceland at the Ohio Northern University and University of Iceland joint advocacy program.

Professor Fasulo has led New York City Police Department Detective Training on direct and cross examination. He is also a lecturer on closing arguments for the New York City Law Department. And he has served on panels at the Educating Advocacy Teachers Seminar on various topics, including course development, ABA compliance issues, development of faculty and trial skills programs, and diversity equity and inclusion.

Honors & Awards:
Barbara C Salken Outstanding Professor of the Year Award (four times)
Pace Leadership Award, 2020
Drew University Alumni Volunteer Award, 1995