Touro Law Forms Office of Diversity & Inclusion, Names Associate Dean and Director
Posted On March 17, 2017
Dean Harry Ballan is pleased to announce the formation of the Office of Diversity & Inclusion. T... Read More
Pamela Greene ’98 Joins Touro Law as Director of Alumni and Donor Relations
Posted On February 7, 2017
Dean Harry Ballan is pleased to announce that Pamela Greene ‘98 has been named Director of Alu... Read More
Robin Hood Foundation Awards $200,000 Grant to Touro Law’s Disaster Clinic
Posted On January 31, 2017
Touro Law Center Dean Harry Ballan is pleased to announce that Touro Law has received a grant in the... Read More
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Video Profile

Watch this story of Darren Stakey, Class of 2015, who enrolled in Touro Law Center because of his passion for justice and graduated with a sense of purpose in being an attorney instilled with a responsibility to help the underserved and affect change in the community.
Darren had two successful careers before deciding to attend law school. He was an involved student while at Touro Law, active in many student organizations including Touro Law Review, Mock Trial Program, and the Honors Program. He earned an internship with Judge Leonard Wexler at the Federal Courthouse, across the street from Touro Law and was named a ProBono Scholar.
Upon graduation in December 2015, Darren took a position as a clerk at the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.