Touro Law Class of 2019 Achieves Highest Employment Rate of All Time
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Congratulations to the members of the Class of 2020!
preLaw Magazine recognizes Touro Law for programs and strengths
Touro Law clinics make adjustments to serve clients while working remotely
Students can apply for a grant through Touro Law's Student Support Fund.
Kim worked as a paralegal throughout law school while raising her kids. She is looking forward to her future as a practicing attorney.
Professors Myra Berman and Hal Abramson have been selected to receive 2020 Presidential Faculty Excellence Awards.
Messages of congratulations and wishes for success are captured in this video produced for our 2020 graduates!
Elvin graduated on Sunday, becoming the first in his family to earn a J.D.
Moot Court students and coaches demonstrate extraordinary commitment.
Congratulations to third-year student Beth Gazes whose article on tiny homes was published in the New York Zoning Law and Practice Report.
Touro Law students, faculty, staff, and alumni are once again providing leadership in disaster response as they did after Superstorm Sandy.
Here are some book recommendations from students. If you find yourself with some time to read outside of school work, check out these books!
Andrew VanSingel '10 has been working tirelessly to ramp up the organized bar's response to the current crisis.
Faculty recommendations for books that will take you out of your home and away from your assigned reading!
Professor Abramson worked at the UN to draft the Singapore Mediation Convention.
In January, Touro Law held a conference to commemorate the life & legacy of Charles A. Reich. Conference videos are now available.
Third-year student Wantee Ramkaran is glad to provide legal assistance to those in need due to the global pandemic through her pro bono experience.
Touro Law Professors co-author article about licensing lawyers in a pandemic and weigh-in on July bar exam.