Moya S. H. Bansile, Esq. is an instructor in the Legal Studies Department in the Berkeley College School of Professional Studies. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from Seton Hall University of Law in 1996 and is licensed to practice law in New York, New Jersey, and Federal Courts.
Since joining Berkeley in 2006, Professor Bansile has taught a wide range of legal courses, as an adjunct instructor and as a full-time faculty member. She serves in the Pre-Law Advisory Center as Faculty Advisor of the Law and Justice Club, and on the Legal Studies Advisory Board. Professor Bansile received the 2017 Excellence in Teaching Award.
During her 20 years in private practice, Professor Bansile has focused on family, immigration, and employment law. Early in her legal career, she interned with the United States District Court and Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey, and clerked for the Honorable Kenneth S. Levy, Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Professor Bansile worked as a senior accountant for K-III Magazines and as an accountant with First Investors Company.
In addition to her legal career, Professor Bansile is engaged in various community outreach initiatives and legal workshops in New Jersey and New York City, and continues to present at numerous conferences and conventions.