James E. Hickey, Jr., Professor of Law
Professor Hickey teaches Energy Law and Energy, the Environment, and the Global Economy. A recognized expert in international and energy law who built a successful energy practice before joining academia, he has authored energy law casebooks and articles and has served in leadership positions on a variety of ABA energy committees.
Katrina Kuh, Associate Professor of Law
Professor Kuh teaches Environmental Law, International Environmental Law, and Global Climate Change and U.S. Law. She has been recognized for her original scholarship, which has been selected for publication in numerous journals, including the Duke Law Journal and Harvard Environmental Law Review.
Ashira Ostrow, Associate Professor of Law
Professor Ostrow teaches courses in Property, State and Local Government Law, Land Use and Federalism. Her research focuses on federalism, with an emphasis on the interaction between federal laws and local land use policies.
Carol Casazza Herman ’84, Special Professor of Law and Visiting Practitioner-in-Residence in Environmental Law
A Hofstra Law alumna, Professor Casazza Herman rejoined the Law School as both an adjunct faculty member and a practitioner working with faculty, the Office of Career Services and the Office of Alumni Relations to build a robust program for students interested in a career in environmental law and sustainability.
Judd Sneirson, Visiting Associate Professor of Law
Professor Sneirson’s scholarship focuses on corporate law fiduciary duties, particularly as they relate to sustainability. He is a graduate of Williams College and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, and joined the New York law firm of Willkie Farr & Gallagher following a judicial clerkship in federal district court in New Jersey.