preLaw Magazine recognizes Touro Law for programs and strengths
Provost and Law Professor Patricia E. Salkin was recently selected to receive an Honorary Membership in the International City/County Management Association (ICMA).
Touro Law Class of 2019 Maintains a High Employment Rate
Dean Langan talks about why a recommendation letter matters for prospective students in a U.S. News & World Report article.
Touro Law students had a chance to meet scholarship donors at a dinner recently and thank them for making a difference.
Touro Law Review published a Disaster Relief Symposium issue - a critical contribution to disaster relief law.
Professor Michael Lewyn's opinion piece, Zoning Rules Strangling Long Island, was published in Newsday.
Election Day brought many happy returns for Touro grads, including 7 judgeships, two classmates re-elected to Brookhaven Town Council, and the Huntington Tax Receiver.
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 Sydney Gross's article about regulating pet cemeteries has been published and re-published.
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.