Professor Heather Payne joined the Seton Hall Law faculty at the beginning of the 2018-19 semester. She came to Seton Hall Law from UNC and has unparalleled knowledge of energy and environmental law.
Professor Payne’s research seeks to drive long-term sustainable shifts that balance environmental and economic objectives. She aspires “to positively impact the debate regarding energy and the environment and unlock the potential for Seton Hall Law to emerge as a leading voice for energy and environmental law and policy. Air and water quality impact everyone; and coastal adaptation, resiliency, and transitioning to the electricity grid of the future will become ever more important.”