Professor Margaret “Gretchen” Flint teaches Elder Law and the Legal Services/Public Interest/Health Law Externship seminar, and is the faculty supervisor of the Equal Justice America Disability Rights/Health Law Clinic. Prior to joining the Pace faculty in 2006, Professor Flint was the director of the Elderly Project of Volunteers of Legal Service and Managing Attorney of the Law Enforcement Bureau of the New York City Commission on Human Rights.
Professor Flint is president of Friends and Relatives of Institutionalized Aged, a nursing home advocacy organization, and a member of the board of directors of Westchester Residential Opportunities, a fair housing organization.
Prof. Flint has written two books, A Consumer’s Guide to Nursing Home Care in New York City and A Consumer’s Guide to Nursing Home Care in New York State, and has also contributed various book chapters on certain issues in Elder Law.
Area of expertise: elder law