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Touro Law Receives Gift of $25K

Thomas ’97 and Cynthia Rosicki Give $25,000 for the Mortgage Foreclosure and Bankruptcy Clinic
September 13, 2012



Thomas ‘97 and Cynthia Rosicki, of Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates P.C. and Sparkling Pointe Winery, have donated $25,000 to Touro Law Center for the Mortgage Foreclosure and Bankruptcy Law Clinic.

“Tom and Cynthia have demonstrated a deep commitment to Touro Law over the past fifteen years and I could not be more pleased with this gift to our clinic,” said Dean Patricia Salkin. “They believe strongly in our students, our faculty and our educational program. It is an honor to be able to work with such a committed graduate and friend. This donation will help us strengthen our Mortgage Foreclosure and Bankruptcy Law Clinic and help prepare our students for practice upon graduation.”

The donation will help fund the clinic, enabling more Touro Law students to participate in hands-on legal work in the mortgage foreclosure and bankruptcy law field.

Tom and Cynthia Rosicki are founding partners of Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates P.C., the leading mortgage banking law firm in New York. The firm is a substantial and conscientious professional law firm, concentrating in the areas of Foreclosure, Bankruptcy, Evictions, Closings and Nationwide Default Servicing. Tom and Cynthia Rosicki are also owners of Sparkling Pointe, a winery on Long Island dedicated to sparkling wine.
 

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