Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Accreditation

  • American Bar Association
  • Association of American Law Schools

Admissions

Degrees Granted

Programs for Foreign Law Graduates

Faculty

  • 48 Full-Time Faculty
  • Student: Faculty Ratio 16:1

 Fall 2018 Enrollment

  • First Year: 224
  • Total Enrollment: 501

Fall 2017 Entering Class

  • Average Age: 27
  • Minorities: 39%
  • Women: 45%

J.D. Tuition 2018 - 2019

First Year Students

  • Full-Time Students (12 – 16 credits) $24,690.00 per semester
  • Part-Time Students (8 – 11 credits)  $18,395.00 per semester

Second Year Students

  • Full-Time Students (12 – 16 credits) $24,690.00 per semester 
  • Part-Time Students (8 – 11 credits) $18,395.00 per semester

Third Year Students

  • Full-Time Students (12 – 16 credits) $24,690.00 per semester 
  • Part-Time Students (8 – 11 credits) $18,395.00 per semester

Fourth Year Students

  • Part-Time Students (8 – 11 credits) $18,395.00 per semester

Five Year Students

  • Per credit Charge   $1,680.00 per credit

2-Year Students

  • Per credit Charge $1,680.00 per credit 

Student Activity Fee: $60.00 per semester
Technology Fee: $150.00 per semester
Administrative Fee (Non-refundable for per credit students):  $100.00 

Scholarships

  • Dean’s Fellowships - full tuition
  • Merit Scholarships up to $45,000
  • Summer Public Services Fellowship Awards

Library

  • 42,000 square feet
  • 476 seats

Clinical Programs

  • Bankruptcy & Mortgage Foreclosure Clinic
  • Small Business and Not-for-Profit Clinic
  • Criminal Prosecution Clinic
  • Criminal Defense Clinic
  • Veterans' and Servicemembers' Rights Clinic
  • Senior Citizens Law Project
  • Immigration Law Clinic
  • Child Advocacy Clinic

Externships

  • Private Law Offices
  • The Courts
  • Law Offices of Public Interest Organizations
  • Federal, State and Local Government Employers

On-Campus Public Service Projects

  • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
  • William Randolph Hearst Public Advocacy Center
  • Senior Citizens Law Program
  • 1L ProBono Project

The William Randolph Hearst Public Advocacy Center

The first of its kind in the nation, the Center houses a number of legal advocacy groups within the law school. These organizations work to provide legal services to the local community and provide opportunities for students to gain hands-on skills training while developing an understanding of the problems facing the local community.

Summer Law Programs

  • New York (On-Campus)

Our Location

  • Central Islip is in close proximity to New York City
  • Easily accessible by car
  • Free Touro Law Center shuttle to and from the Long Island Railroad, Central Islip station
  • Free parking

Housing

  • Local affordable apartments, condominiums and single-family homes

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