Gregory Koster, Building Project Manager and Emeritus Professor, is responsible supervision of the Law School's construction program for the new building in Long Island City. He also serves as the faculty advisor to the Agape Christian Fellowship.

Professor Koster, who was the Law School Chief Librarian for 25 years and as Associate Dean for Administration and Finance was the school's chief financial officer and chief non-academic operating officer for 5 years, received his B.A. from Stanford University, Master's degrees in both Library Science and International Affairs from Columbia University, and a J.D. from Pace University, where he was an editor of the Pace Law Review and published "Application of New York Estates, Powers & Trusts Law Section 3-3.2 to Dispositions to Attesting Witnesses." His professional activities include active service for several decades in the American Association of Law Libraries, as well as publications in library and legal journals, notably "Teaching Legal Research: The View from Utopia," in Compendium of Legal Research Instruction Papers, and "Ethics at the Reference Desk: Codes, Case Studies, or Values?" in Reference Services Review. He is a fan of straight-ahead jazz ("Bird lives!") and President of the PJS Jazz Society in Mount Vernon, N.Y. He is active in community service through St. Mary's Parish in Mount Vernon and the Cursillo Movement, the first active lay movement within the Catholic Church.