The Advocate's Advantage

Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University

Advocacy is both an art and a science. It can be taught, studied, practiced, and written about. To us, advocacy is a passion – something inside a litigator’s heart and their brain. To us, advocacy is our advantage. Through this blog, we aim to educate ourselves while also sharing resources and helping others through an online community. Here, at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, the Advocacy Program is always looking for ways to further our skills and understanding of the law.

And so, The Advocate’s Advantage was born…

Haub Law Advocacy Program is ranked #13 in the nation for 2023

THE ART OF JURY SELECTION

Jurors perform a crucial role in the American criminal justice system. Individuals accused of a crime rely upon jurors for the protection of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. However, often when someone gets a letter telling them that they have been...

Competing in the 2023 ABA Arbitration Competition

On November 18, 2023, Derek Romberg, Marc Bisogno, Steven Donofrio, and I (Colin Savino) competed on behalf of Haub Law Advocacy in the ABA Arbitration Competition regionals. We were coached by Kristen Mogavero. We thank her for all her time working with us to prepare...

Navigating through Imposter Syndrome as a Team Captain

With my previous successes, one would think I had overcome my fear of not being “good enough.”- that feeling of being an imposter. I should feel confident in being named the captain of  Haub Law’s team in the Wechsler First Amendment Moot Court Competition- right? But...

WEB-BASED EVIDENCE AND IT’S ADMISSIBILITY

The rise of the internet has led to a rise in the introduction of web-based evidence in court. It is something that attorneys find themselves having to deal with on a more frequent basis. Whether it be posts from social media, published web articles, or web page...

Lessons I’ve Learned From Generational Advocacy

My family has a strong presence in the law: my dad is a New York State Supreme Court Justice sitting in White Plains, New York, and my aunt is a solo real-estate practitioner based out of Armonk, New York. The question when I was growing up was always whether I would...

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