Touro Law Positioned as Leader in Aging and Longevity Law
Posted On December 1, 2016
Touro Law Center Dean Harry Ballan is pleased to announce the New York State Education Department ha...
Touro Law Arbitration Team Places First in Statewide Competition
Posted On November 22, 2016
Central Islip, NY - Touro Law’s Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Society Arbitration team,...
Touro Law Celebrates Retiring Associate Dean, Welcomes New Veterans’ Clinic Leadership
Posted On November 9, 2016
The Touro Law Center Alumni Veterans Council hosted a brunch on Sunday, November 6, 2016, to mark th...
Wireless access to the law school’s online network is available throughout the library for current students, faculty, and staff, as well as by current members of the Alumni Association
, and visitors viewing our government depository collection. Please visit our Circulation Desk to obtain wireless access information.
Study rooms and study tables are equipped with power for laptops.
Two computer labs also are available on the third floor of the library. The computer labs are open for use by current law students, faculty, and staff, as well as by current members of the Alumni Association
, and visitors seeking to use online Federal government information. Those interested in using online Federal government information in our computer labs should visit our Circulation Desk for assistance.
Please be advised that alternating computer labs sometimes will be closed when reserved for classes.
Network printing for students is available. Printing to the network is available for current law students only. Network printers are available on every floor of the library, including within the computer lab area. Please contact IT at 631-761-7070 if you are a student and you are having difficulty printing.
If you are a visitor using online Federal government information and wish to print, please visit the reference office and a reference librarian will assist you. You will be charged a fee for any pages that you print. Printing of any other online resource that is not Federal government information is not permitted. We encourage public visitors to our library to bring a USB Flash storage device or plan to e-mail yourself the information you locate, in order to avoid printing charges.