Dean Patricia Salkin Named Long Island BRAVA Award Winner
Posted On June 17, 2016
Touro Law Center is proud to announce that Dean Patricia Salkin has been selected as a recipient of...
Edward Lino Earns Nassau County Bar Association Scholarship
Posted On June 10, 2016
Touro Law is pleased to announce that first-year, part-time student Edward Lino was awarded the Nass...
Touro Law Review Issue Published Special Volume on Musician Billy Joel and the Law
Posted On June 8, 2016
Touro Law Review has published a special volume on legendary musician, Billy Joel and the Law, based...
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