Touro Law's FlexTime Program has been ranked as a Top 10 Hybrid/Online Law Degree Programs for 2022 by College Consensus!
Touro Law is the top-ranked NY law school for professor accessibility according to The Princeton Review 2022.
preLaw Magazine recognizes Touro Law for programs and strengths.
Sara Berman joined Touro Law in 2021 to direct and manage the Academic Excellence Program. She wants students to get to know her and the programs that are in place to help students succeed!
Mulry is attorney in charge of the Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County. She's the first woman in that job, a role that she relishes as an attorney and actvitst for the poor, young and elderly. And, she's just getting started.
Lisaann London is a 2L full-time day student who has a passion for helping those in need and fighting for social justice. She is an active member of several student organizations and worked as a legal intern over the summer as a recipient of a summer public interest fellowship.
FlexTime student Samuel Bifulco's advanced writing requirement was recently published in New York Zoning Law and Practice Report. He works full-time while attending law school and looks forward to a bright future.
This episode features Ian Wilder and Patrick Fife for a discussion on fair housing on Long Island. The podcast is moderated by Professor Peter Zablotsky.
Professor Kastner finds teaching law incredibly rewarding and enjoys helping students learn and develop skills to make positive changes in the world.
Madison Scarfaro moved to Long Island from Pennsylvania to attend Touro Law. She is fulfilling a lifelong dream of attending law school to advocate for the underserved.
Gregory Coleman was recently promoted to Deputy Director of Training for the Legal Aid Society’s Criminal Defense Practice where he is responsible for getting new attorneys ready to represent indigent New Yorkers in all five boroughs.
In the harsh world of employment discrimination law, Touro Law alumna Marjorie Mesidor '04 fights for the marginalized.