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Touro Law Announces Two New Scholarships
Posted On December 11, 2014
Touro Law Center is pleased to announce two newly created $25,000 scholarships for Touro Law student... Read More
Touro Law Receives $75K Grant from the Robin Hood Relief Fund
Posted On November 20, 2014

To... Read More

Touro Law Announces New Student Scholarships
Posted On November 19, 2014
Adding to more than $1M in new student scholarships raised over the past year, Touro Law Center Dean... Read More

Lynne Adair Kramer

Director of the Court Observation Program, Adjunct Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the Trial Team Competition Board


B.A., 1973 Smith College, with distinction
J.D., 1976 Hofstra University School of Law.



Contact Info
Email: lkramer@tourolaw.edu
Phone: Office: 631-761-7127
Room: 311D
Office Hours:
Faculty Assistant: Cathy Cembrale
631-761-7057
ccembrale@tourolaw.edu
Biography
Admitted to the bar in the States of New York and Virginia as well as the District of Columbia. Before becoming Supervisor of the Court Observation Program, Professor Kramer served as an adjunct faculty member for over 15 years teaching practical skills course while at the same time maintaining an AV rating as a full time matrimonial and family law practitioner. Professor Kramer was the second woman president of the Suffolk County Bar Association and likewise served as the president of the Nassau Suffolk Women's Bar Association and served as chair of the Matrimonial Committee for both Bar Associations. Professor Kramer lectures extensively to various Bar Associations as well as to the Judiciary and currently serves on several Boards including The Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk County, The Suffolk County YJCC (where she chairs the National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame and Museum), and the Arthritis Foundation.



Courses
Trial Practice
Advanced Trial Practice
Interviewing, Negotiating and Counseling


Publications