Touro Law Announces Two-Year Accelerated J.D. Program
Posted On March 5, 2014
Touro Law Center is pleased to announce the creation of a new two-year accelerated J.D. program. Thi...
Touro Law Announces New Clinics to Address Immigration, Criminal Law and Bankruptcy
Posted On March 4, 2014
Touro Law Center is pleased to announce new and revamped clinical programs that since this fall resu...
Robin Hood Foundation Awards $42K Grant to Touro Law
Posted On February 20, 2014
Touro Law Center is pleased to announce that it has received a grant in the amount of $42,000 from t...
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Any faculty member may place materials on reserve for classes. Cases, selections from books, periodicals, or other materials can be made available to students, so long as the request is in compliance with the copyright laws. Please obtain all copyright clearances through Faculty Services prior to forwarding them.
To place material on reserve:
- Provide a copy or a citation so we can pull the material.
- Complete a copy of the Reserve Request Form.
- Bring materials or requests to a supervisor at the Circulation Desk, leave it in the Public Services mailbox, fax it to 631.761.7158, email it or have it delivered through Faculty Services.
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To post exams on the intranet:
- Submit copies of the exams and any corresponding answers via e-mail.
- Send exhibits required for the exam that are not included -- such as accompanying maps or statutes – to Laura Ross so they may be scanned and placed on the intranet. Please obtain copyright clearances through Faculty Services prior to sending material protected by copyright.