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Interim Assistant Dean for Academic Excellence and Bar Success and Visiting Professor of Law Regina Burch was awarded a Touro University Open Educational Resources (OER) Faculty Fellowship, for her project titled Navigating Business Organizations: Cases, Statutes, and Practice for Law Students.
preLaw Magazine recognizes Touro Law for programs and strengths.
Touro Law's FlexTime Program has been ranked as a Top 10 Hybrid/Online Law Degree Programs for 2022 by College Consensus for 2023!
Touro Law is the top-ranked New York law school for professor accessibility according to The Princeton Review 2023.
In the most recent Touro Law Review podcast episode, Magistrate Judge James M. Wicks explains the role of a US Magistrate Judge and shares thoughts on how AI may change the practice of law.
This year, Touro Law is proud to announce that 25 graduates, including 22 members of the class of 2023 and an additional three alums, have joined DA’s Offices.
All incoming Touro Law students were invited to participate in a Poverty Simulation during the 2023 Day of Service and Public Interest at Orientation this year.
Touro Law is pleased to welcome 166 incoming students this year who will begin their journey to earning a law degree!
Madison Scarfaro was selected as an Honorable Dorothy T. Eisenberg Women in the Law “Trailblazer” Award recipient!
Professor Hal Abramson’s scholarship and work often crosses international borders, even into the Ukraine during a time of war.
FlexTime Program graduate Samuel Bifulco's advanced writing requirement was published in New York Zoning Law and Practice Report. He worked full-time while attending law school and looks forward to a bright future.
Jon C. Teller, Esq., is a partner and an award-winning senior trial attorney at Wilshire Law Firm in Los Angeles. He has a proven track record of obtaining verdicts of millions of dollars for his clients.
Christian Robledo was named a Law360 Distinguished Legal Writing Award Winner, an honor given to only 25 writers from entries submitted by the nation’s top law schools! He was the valedictorian of the Class of 2023.
Nancy has served as the President of TAPS, Senior Research Editor for the Touro Law Review, and a member of several other student organizations. She graduated in May and is looking forward to starting her career as a criminal prosecutor to make a difference in the lives of many.
Students in the Brooklyn Prosecution Clinic visited the New York Police Department Forensics Investigations Division in Jamaica, Queens. They had the opportunity to tour NYPD facilities and laboratories.
Professor Kastner finds teaching law incredibly rewarding and enjoys helping students learn and develop skills to make positive changes in the world.
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.
Bhatti, a 2011 graduate of Touro Law, is a staff attorney at the Richmond-based Virginia Poverty Law Center and Director of Hunger Solutions.
Patricia Salkin has authored May It Please the Campus: Lawyers Leading Higher Education, a book examining the history of legal leadership in American higher education.
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.
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.