31st Annual Commencement Ceremony to Honor, Celebrate Class of 2013
Posted On May 2, 2013
Touro Law Center’s 2013 Commencement ceremony will be held on Sunday, May 26, 2013 at The New...
India Sneed Named a Presidential Management Fellow
Posted On May 1, 2013
Touro Law Center is proud to announce that India Sneed, part-time evening student who will graduate...
TLC-HEART Attorney Volunteer Michael Aronowsky to Receive NYSBA 2013 Presidents’ Pro Bono Service Award
Posted On April 30, 2013
Touro Law Center is pleased to announce that volunteer attorney Michael Aronowsky has been selected...
Touro Law Center students, faculty, administration, and staff – with a valid Law Center ID card – are the primary users of the Library. Access also is granted to:
- Touro Law Center Alumni through membership in the Alumni Association. A current Alumni Association membership card is required.
- Friends of the Library. Members of the Bar who join the Friends of the Library. Several levels of membership are available. A current Friends membership card is required.
- Law Students from other ABA accredited law schools.
To request a pass to use the library, present a letter of introduction and currently validated ID from your own law school to a librarian in the Public Services Department. The pass and a currently validated law school ID card must be presented for access and transactions.
- Members of the greater Touro Community. Touro College or Touro University students, faculty and staff with a valid ID may use the library, except during final exam periods and the reading period preceding final exams.
- The public (for government documents usage only). The Gould Law Library is a partial depository for United States and New York government documents. The non-depository collection is not open to the general public. Visitors who wish to view specific government documents should contact the Reference Office at 631.761.7160. All visitors to the building must sign in at the Receptionist/Security area at the entrance to the Law Center. However, the building pass is not a library pass.
- Staff of Touro Law Center’s Public Advocacy Center