Change of Command at Touro Law Center Vets Clinic
Posted On July 26, 2016
Rosanne Trabocchi, a 23-year veteran U.S. Coast Guard JAG officer, and Sarah Fetherston, who went to...
Touro Law, The EDNY & Federal Bar Partner to Launch the Justice Institute
Posted On July 25, 2016
The District Court for the Eastern District of New York, in partnership with the Eastern District of...
Meredith R. Miller Named Professor of Law
Posted On July 21, 2016
Dean Patricia Salkin is pleased to announce that Meredith R. Miller has been promoted to Professor o...
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