Pace Law Alumnus and Newly Elected Mayor of White Plains to be Honored in Ceremony and Reception

Pace Law School will host a ceremony and reception in honor of its alumnus Adam Bradley, newly-elected Mayor of White Plains at the Pace University Law School.

Contact: Crista Scaturro, (914) 422-4389, cscaturro@law.pace.edu

Contact: Cara Cea, (914) 773-3312, ccea@pace.edu

MEDIA ADVISORY WHITE PLAINS MAYOR ADAM BRADLEY TO BE HONORED BY PACE LAW SCHOOL Ceremony and cocktail reception to be held Wednesday, February 3 WHITE PLAINS, NY, February 2, 2010 – Pace Law School will host a ceremony and reception in honor of its alumnus Adam Bradley, newly-elected Mayor of White Plains. WHEN: Wednesday, February 3, 2010 at 5:30 pm; reception to follow WHERE: Pace Law School (Preston Hall, Tudor Room) 78 North Broadway White Plains, NY WHO: Adam Bradley, Mayor of White Plains Stephen J. Friedman, President of Pace University Michelle S. Simon, Dean of Pace Law School Bradley is the seventeenth mayor of White Plains and the first alumnus of the 34-year-old school to hold this office in a major metropolitan area. A brief ceremony will include remarks by Pace University President Stephen Friedman and Pace Law Dean Michelle Simon. Mayor Bradley is also expected to speak about his time at Pace and his plans for the future of White Plains. Bradley graduated from Pace University in 1985 and from Pace Law School in 1989. Before winning election as mayor, Bradley had represented White Plains in Albany since 2003 as Assemblyman for the 89th District. He has been an advocate for families, for protection of the environment and for preservation of open and natural spaces. In one of his first acts as mayor Bradley initiated the “Haiti: White Plains Cares” program, which will coordinate the efforts of the White Plains community to assist the victims of the devastating earthquake. Media admission by press pass. Check-in required. Founded in 1976, Pace University School of Law has over 7,000 alumni throughout the country and the world and is consistently ranked among the nation’s top three programs in environmental law. It offers full- and part-time day and evening JD programs on its White Plains, NY, campus and offers the Master of Laws degree in Environmental Law, Real Estate Law and Comparative Legal Studies, and a Doctor of Laws in environmental law. The School of Law is part of Pace University, a comprehensive, independent, and diversified university with campuses in New York City and Westchester County. www.law.pace.edu

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