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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...
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...
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...
The IBLT is dedicated to ensuring that today’s attorneys understand both the opportunities and the risks that technology brings to the business world, in order to help their clients manage the risks, maximize the opportunities and thus promote strong economic growth and development. As its Director, I have used my own experience of close to twenty years as an Internet business attorney in both law firms and in-house legal positions to create and grow a program melding an entrepreneurial spirit with a dedication to quality education. In order to ensure that it meets its goals, the IBLT works closely with an advisory board drawn from the leading companies and law firms in its region, and frequently partners with other institutions and organizations on innovative programs. Its coursework at Touro Law Center focuses on the real world, not just the theory, and offers numerous opportunities for law students to experience and participate in negotiations, contract drafting and review, and client engagement in the business context, from licensing to privacy and data protection to the latest developments in international intellectual property. The IBLT’s success is seen best in the growing list of Touro Law students who have gone from its courses on to positions at leading law firms and technology-driven companies.
Assistant Professor of Law and Director of the Institute for Business, Law and Technology