Leslie Yalof Garfield is a professor at Pace Law School in White Plains, NY where she teaches Criminal, Tort, Contract and Social Media Law. Professor Garfield’s scholarship and teaching bridge the worlds of theory and practice, with a particular focus on regulating conduct in the digital age. In addition to her regular teaching at Pace Law School, Professor Garfield Professor Garfield regularly lectures nationally, most often on issues concerning Affirmative Action and Social Media Law and frequently works with recent law graduates, court administrators, judges, lawyers, educators, legislative and executive branch officials on projects to improve the communication and administration of justice. In 2014, Professor Garfield became was certified by the International Coaching Foundation as a certified life coach. Professor Garfield has received several awards during her tenure at Pace including the Ottinger Prize for Faculty Achievement, (2012-2013; 2003-2004); the Goettel Prize for Faculty Scholarship (2012) and Professor of the Year (2014) (voted by the 2014 graduating class).