Ngai Pindell

Ngai Pindell

Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs

Director of Gaming Programs

International Gaming Institute Professor of Law

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Areas of expertise:

Property Law, Community Economic Development

Bio:

Professor Pindell earned his J.D. degree in 1996 from Harvard University, where he served as executive editor of the Harvard Black Letter Journal. After graduation, Professor Pindell practiced community development law in a nonprofit law firm in Baltimore, Maryland. He was later a Fellow, and also Visiting Assistant Professor, at the University of Baltimore School of Law where he taught the Community Development Clinic. Professor Pindell came to the Boyd School of Law in 2000. His research interests are in economic development, affordable housing, and gaming law, and he teaches Property, Land Use Regulation, Local Government Law and Wills, Trusts & Estates. As Director of Gaming Programs, Professor Pindell was instrumental in organizing the law school's Master of Laws (LL.M.) program in Gaming Law and Regulation. He holds the International Gaming Institute Professorship and currently serves as the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs at UNLV.

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