Two Touro Law Students Selected as 2015 New York City Bar Association Diversity Fellows
Posted On March 3, 2015
Touro Law Center students Ingrid Tatiana Medina and Alexis Bullard have been selected as 2015 New Yo...
Touro Law and LexisNexis Form Unique Alliance to Support Law School Incubators and Residency Programs
Posted On February 27, 2015
Touro Law Center’s International Justice Center for Postgraduate Development (IJCPD) and Lexis...
Prominent Defense Attorney Benjamin Brafman to Deliver Lecture at Touro Law
Posted On February 26, 2015
Criminal defense attorney Benjamin Brafman will deliver a lecture, “Litigating in the Public E...
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