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Ann L. Nowak

Director of the Legal Writing Center


A.B., Barnard College, 1972
M.A., Boston University, 1975
J.D., CUNY School of Law, 1986


Contact Info
Email: anowak@tourolaw.edu
Phone: Office: 631-761-7182
Room: 418
Office Hours:
Faculty Assistant: Cathy Cembrale
631-761-7057
ccembrale@tourolaw.edu
Biography
Admitted to the bars of New York, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, and the U.S. Supreme Court.

Before joining Touro, Ann Nowak founded and spent 19 years running an eastern Long Island law firm with a concentration in bankruptcy law. Prior to that, she was employed for many years as a newspaper reporter and feature writer, first at The Southampton Press and then at Newsday. She also enjoyed a stint as a copy editor and staff writer at Moneysworth. Professor Nowak has taught legal writing at CUNY School of Law, persuasive writing at Axia College of the University of Phoenix (online division), and creative writing at the Usdan Center for the Creative and Performing Arts. Additionally, she has served on the Southampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals since 1996. Last, but not least, she is proud to have been a founding director of the Jacobson Center for the Performing Arts, where she danced, acted and sang under the stage name of KK Malone.

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