Touro Law Announces Inaugural Advisory Board for Jewish Law Institute
Posted On May 25, 2016
Touro Law Center has formed the inaugural Advisory Board for the Jewish Law Institute. The Board is... Read More
Touro Law Student Appointed in Leadership Role for the National Black Law Students Association
Posted On April 28, 2016
Touro Law 1L student Rebekah Gordon has been named National Director of Membership for the National... Read More
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Evening Student Tip:  Network! Network! Network!  We know that you do not have a lot of downtime, but when you do (during one of your academic breaks), use that time to conduct a targeted networking campaign. You should consider setting up informational interviews and start making those important connections that will come in handy when you are ready to look for your first legal job. These will help you learn what issues are central to your practice areas of interest, and what kind of experience employers are seeking so you will know how to counter concerns about any lack of direct experience.

Registration for the NYU Public Interest Career Fair on February 5 & 6  is now open! Register now until December 1 to upload your resume for interviews with  hundreds of public interest firms and government agencies looking to hire law students for summer 2014.  You can also register for table talk, informal interviews with the same employers.  Come by CSO for more info! 

Are your resumes and cover letters up to date? Free of grammar and spelling errors?  Formatted in a manner to be attractive to legal employers, and showcasing your skills and achievements?  Make an appointment with your Career Services Counselor to go over these crucial documents, and to discuss your career goals.

Thursday, November 14 CSO Y PILOT are hosting a Legal Aid Society Open House at 5:30 in the FCR /BDR.  Meet attorneys and practitioners in an informal manner, and learn about the different career opportunities with the nation’s oldest and largest not for profit legal services provider!  RSVP on Simplicity.

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Be ready to hit the ground running

The Touro Law Center experience is filled with ongoing challenges and endless opportunities for professional and personal growth.  The Career Services Office (CSO) enhances the Law Center’s innovative, hands-on curriculum, working with students and alumni to maximize their potential; enhance their marketability and professional development; and give them the edge they need to succeed in the real world of law.

Our trained career counselors help students and alumni learn, or fine-tune, the job skills they need to find career opportunities with:

  • Law firms
  • Federal, state, and local governmental agencies
  • Public interest organizations
  • Federal and state judges
  • Corporate legal departments

We also conduct a fall on-campus interview program – inviting larger employers to interview students for summer and permanent employment. We maintain strong ties with members of bench and bar, as well as current and potential employers.

Available to students and alumni, CSO services include:

  • One-on-one career goal and strategy counseling
  • Resume, cover and thank you letter assistance
  • Interview preparation sessions
  • Networking skills seminars
  • Career development and practice area programs
  • Online job posting via Symplicity
  • Post-graduate judicial clerkship application assistance
  • On-campus interview programs
  • Career services library and online resources
  • Lifetime career services for alumni
  • Flexible programs and counseling schedules to accommodate the needs of evening students
Special Notes
Be Prepared for Your Job Interview
The interview is your key to a job offer and it warrants a high level of preparation. We highly recommend this article, "Ten Ways Law Students Can Be More Persuasive In Interviews" written by Lisa Abrams and published in the August 2012 NALP newsletter. Please feel free to schedule an appointment with a counselor to review and improve your interview techniques!
Special Notes
Evening Students
The Career Services Office encourages all evening students to obtain legal experience at least during the final two years of their law school career. While those seeking to transition from a present non-legal to a future legal career may find it difficult to make the transition so early, it is important for students to have legal experience on their resume by the time they graduate. Please stop by CSO or  make an appointment to meet with a career counselor to talk about your individual circumstances. Erica Edwards-O'Neal, a Touro Law alum herself, is CSO's point person for evening students.
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Career Spotlight
David Pelaez, '15 talks about law school and getting a big firm job in NYC. Read More.

Podcast Spotlight
This podcast episode talks about the career path to partner at a major law firm. Read More.

Career Spotlight
3L Vanessa Cavallaro talks about building a resume while in law school. Read More.
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Touro Law Center 
225 Eastview Drive/Room 306
Central Islip, NY 11722
Telephone: (631) 761-7030
Fax: (631) 761-7039


Hours of Operation
Monday – Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Other hours by appointment