Joseph M. Pastore III has been appointed to the Pace University School of Law Board of Visitors by the unanimous vote of that board. Similarly, Susan Bysiewicz, the former Secretary of State of Connecticut and a former U.S. Senate candidate who leads the Firm’s Glastonbury office, has served on the Duke University Board of Visitors for the past year. The Pace University School of Law Board of Visitors already includes among its many distinguished members Congresswoman Nita Lowey and Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore. Pastore & Dailey is honored to have two of its leading attorneys serving the law school community in such an important and vibrant way.
Mr. Pastore is a 1991 graduate of Pace University School of Law, where he served as the Managing Editor of one of the school’s distinguished Law Reviews. He attended the law school on a Law Trustee Scholarship, and had the great privilege of learning from the school’s world class faculty, including at the time the former Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals, the highest court in New York.
Pastore & Dailey is honored to serve both Duke and Pace Law Schools. Mr. Pastore has been named a Super Lawyer for New York and New England for the past several years and a top national attorney by a leading law firm publication. Pastore & Dailey is growing national law firm, founded in 2012, with offices in New York, Connecticut and Florida.
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