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Joan Foley Named Kermit Gitenstein Distinguished Professor of Health Law & Policy
Posted On July 20, 2015
Touro Law Center Dean Patricia Salkin is pleased to announce that Associate Professor Joan Foley has... Read More
Patricia Salkin Named Interim Provost for Graduate and Professional Division at Touro College
Posted On July 13, 2015
Patricia E. Salkin, dean of the Touro Law Center, was appointed the Touro Graduate and Professional... Read More
Touro Law Adds More Than $200,000 in Student Scholarship Support
Posted On July 2, 2015
Touro Law Center Dean Patricia Salkin is pleased to announce several new named and endowed scholarsh... Read More
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Institutes and Centers

 
Touro Law Center is home to several institutes and centers, including:
 
  • Aging and Longevity Law Institute
    The Aging and Longevity Law Institute (ALLI) is designed to provide members of the bench and bar, law students, professionals from other disciplines and members of the community with the information, tools and resources required to address the legal needs of the approximately 100 million Americans that are 50 years of age and older. 
  • The Center for Innovation in Business, Law & Technology
    Focuses on issues related to new and emerging technologies
  • The International Justice Center for Postgraduate Development 
    Launched in July 2013, the Center will serve as a national clearinghouse for the incubator and legal residency movement among law schools, as well as host an international conference on post-graduate legal education, provide training sessions for students, professors, bar leaders and members of the judiciary on how to create programs designed to increase access to justice and offer consulting services to those interested in post-graduate legal education.
  • The Institute for Land Use and Sustainable Development Law
    The Land Use and Sustainable Development Law Institute is dedicated to the research, education, and training in land use and sustainable development law. Land use and sustainability law literally shapes where we work and live – by providing a key means for addressing some of Long Island’s most pressing social concerns, including climate change and natural disaster resiliency; the creation of thriving urban centers and mainstreets; affordable housing; and the management of water resources, including storm water, waste water, and drinking water.
  • The Jewish Law Institute
    Provides a framework for the study of the Jewish Legal Experience