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Girl Scouts of Suffolk County and Touro Law Center Announce New Justice Patch Program
Posted On April 17, 2015
Touro Law Center and Girl Scouts of Suffolk County have announced an all-new Justice Patch Program....
Leading New York Practice Scholar Plans to Visit Touro Law in the Fall – Professor Patrick Connors Appointed Scholar in Residence
Posted On April 14, 2015
Touro Law Center Dean Patricia Salkin is pleased to announce that Professor Patrick Connors has been...
Touro Law To Host Inaugural Long Island Resiliency Conference
Posted On April 8, 2015
Touro Law Center will host the first-ever conference focusing on the role of local law and policy so...
The IBLT had its roots in Touro Law’s innovative 1997 “CyberSymposium,” a full-day conference on the Internet and legal issues which was Webcast and streamed over the Internet in real-time (and whose proceedings were collected in 14 Touro L. Rev (Fall 1997). By the autumn of 2000, then-Dean Howard Glickstein, Vice Dean Gary Shaw and Associate Dean Linda Howard Weissman began developing an “E Commerce Institute,” with the assistance of an advisory board of attorneys and business professionals from Long Island’s leading technology and law firms. Among the members of that advisory board were Seymour Liebman, general counsel of Canon USA and a Touro Law alumnus; Peter Goldsmith of LISTnet; Wayne Brody of Arrow Electronics; Dean Yacov Shamash of Stony Brook University; Allan Cohen of Nixon Peabody; Paul Rubell, then with Rivkin, Radler; Chuck Bilich, then with Meltzer Lippe; David Aker, a patent practitioner and long-time Touro adjunct professor; and Jonathan Ezor, then an in-house attorney at Mimeo.com and counsel to Farrell Fritz. Over the next few years, the advisory board met every few months, making plans for courses and programs, including clinics and a case study course designed by Jennifer Lupo, a Touro Law alumna who was then general counsel to EDiets.com. This in turn led to the launching of a Cyberlaw course taught by new adjunct Jonathan Ezor and a half-day CLE conference on e-commerce legal issues (jointly presented with Albany Law School) in June 2002.