Josh Berliner is a 2L at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University pursuing the Environmental Law Certificate. Josh graduated from Bucknell University with a dual degree in Environmental Studies and Economics.
During his time at Bucknell, Josh conducted and implemented various energy and water efficiency projects that has helped Bucknell save over $20,000 per year and has helped them reduce their overall carbon footprint. He was also Co-President of the Environmental Club, a student researcher for the Bucknell Center for Sustainability and the Environment, and a student organizer for the Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium. He received the Yarnall Prize in Environmental Affairs, the PA Resource Consortium Sustainability Champion Award, and the Bucknell Prize in Environmental Studies while at Bucknell. He also interned for Intelligent Earth Services, LLC and for the Township Manager in Livingston, NJ.
Upon entering law school, Josh volunteered in the fall of 2015 at the Land Use Law Center and interned for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Pesticide Programs as an Honors Law Clerk in the summer between his 1L and 2L year. He is now the Treasurer of the Environmental Law Society, is a member of the Pace Environmental Law Review, and participates in the Federal Judicial Honors Program. After graduating, Josh hopes to work for the government or with an environmental law firm.
Fun facts about Josh: He has an identical twin pursuing the Environmental Law Certificate at the same law school at the same time, he is a jazz musician (he plays trombone), and he is a fantasy sports junkie.