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Shelby Green

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Adjunct Professor

Shelby Green is Professor of Law at Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, White Plains, N.Y. She is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center. She teaches and writes in the areas of property, real estate transactions, housing, and historic preservation. She is co-author, with Professor Nicholas A. Robinson, of Historic Preservation, Law and Culture (2018) and Historic Preservation: Stories and Laws (2020).

She is the Assistant Secretary and the chair of the Legal Education Group of the Real Property Trust and Estate Section of the American Bar Association (“ABA”). She is the editor of the “Keeping Current-Property” column in Probate & Property magazine and an organizer, occasional presenter, and regular moderator for the monthly webinar, Professors’ Corner, both offered by the same ABA section.

She is chair of the Board of Trustees of the Brooklyn Music School and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Jay Heritage Center, which manages the John Jay Estate, a National Historic Landmark in Rye, N.Y.


Course Semester Title Student Work Instructor Syllabus Requirements & Sequence Location & Time Session & Points Call No.
A6848‑1 Spring 2021
Master Class A: Historical Narratives from Arch in and of Public Spaces
Shelby Green
1.5 Points