Haub Law Dean Horace Anderson Named to Prestigious 2022 Law Power 100 List

March 9, 2022
Dean Horace Anderson

The Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University is proud to announce that Dean Horace E. Anderson Jr. was named to the “2022 Law Power 100” list published by City & State New York magazine. The list recognizes “New York legal professionals who aren’t simply influential in their field, but powerful in New York’s governmental landscape.” Dean Anderson was ranked #88 on the prestigious list, which includes district attorneys, federal prosecutors, white-collar defense attorneys, public interest lawyers and others who have shaped New York politics and government.

Horace E. Anderson Jr. is the ninth dean of the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, appointed in December 2019. Prior to this appointment, Dean Anderson had been serving as Haub Law’s interim dean. Of Dean Anderson, the publication notes that, “In his two years as dean, Horace Anderson Jr. has focused on strengthening its offering of legal programs, including initiatives like the launch of the Pace Access to Justice Project and the Haub Sustainable Business Law Hub. Anderson also led the expansion of Pace’s part-time law degree program to include evening and weekend options. He has been a faculty member at Pace since 2004, with expertise in intellectual property, internet privacy and communications law.”

Also included on “The 2022 Law Power 100” list is Mimi Rocah, Westchester County District Attorney. Listed at #16, Mimi Rocah previously served as the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University Distinguished Criminal Justice Fellow. City & State states, “The Trump Organization already faces legal scrutiny from the Manhattan district attorney and the state attorney general’s office. Last year, Westchester County District Attorney Mimi Rocah joined the list of New York prosecutors eying the former president’s family business practices. Rocah aso made national headlines in January when she reported that law enforcement officials “missed opportunities” when investigating multimillionaire Robert Durst regarding the disappearance of his first wife in 1982.”

View the full City & State 2022 Law Power 100 list

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