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Elizabeth Schneider, MBA, JD

Associate Professor of Business

Business, Management, and Technology | School of Professional Studies

Harris Hall 107


Elizabeth Schneider holds a Bachelor of Arts, Master of Business Administration and Juris Doctrate degrees. Her teaching and publishing interests are in the areas of business law, disabilities law, conflict management and business ethics.  She also maintains a Business Law practice in Clarks Summit. At Keystone, she is currently a full time faculty member but had previously been an adjunct faculty member of Keystone College, the University of Scranton, Penn State Worthington Campus, Argosy University, Missouri Southern State University, Penn Foster, among others teaching undergraduate, master’s and doctoral level classes. She is the advisor for the Keystone Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda/Future Business Leaders of America and the Snow team and is the secretary of Faculty Senate.  She is admitted to practice before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, is a member of the Board of Directors of the Women’s Resource Center, Scranton, PA, Athletes Caring Together, Dunmore, PA and the Jewish Home of Eastern PA, Scranton, PA and was previously a law clerk to Chief Judge William J. Nealon, United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.

Education – Degrees & Certifications

  • Education: B.A., Dickinson College
  • M.B.A., Touro University International
  • J.D., New England School of Law


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  • Business Law
  • Legal Issues in Sport
  • Introduction to Business
  • Constitutional Law
  • Conflict Management
  • Employment Law
  • Paralegal Studies and Ethics
  • Leadership
  • Business Capstone
  • Civic Responsibility
Currently working on a research project with Dr. Chad Stevens and Dr. Patricia Miller addressing faculty awareness of the Americans with Disabilities Act’s requirements.
Previously published a Law Review Case Comment in the New England School of Law Journal and wrote a column in the Suburban Weekly addressing areas of common concern about the law and judicial system.
  • Quality Matters reviewer
  • Served as the Assessment Coordinator for the BMT Division
  • Member of the E-Learning Committee
  • Paralegal Advisory Committee
  • Student Life Committee
  • Strategic Planning
  • Budget Committees
  • and more