In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, we are featuring PSAs designed by "What Can You Do? The Campaign for Disability Employment."
Third-year student Sydney Gross's article about regulating pet cemeteries has been published and re-published.
Inspired by her parents moving to America to pursue the American dream, Courtney Chua Stevens, '11 always had a passion for advocacy and redressing wrongs.
Third-year student Olivia Lattanza is enjoying law school and looking forward to a bright future.
Liz Justesen, a 2006 graduate of the dual degree program between Touro Law and Stony Brook School of Social Welfare, is creating the conditions for success.
Professor Abramson worked at the UN to draft the Singapore Mediation Convention.
High school students get an inside look at the justice system in this program, receive mentorship from Touro Law students.
From engineer to patent attorney, Michael is following his passion and looking forward to a bright future.
Touro Law offers Torah Studies, “Lunch & Learn,” on contemporary topics.