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.
Read about the good work that has been done in some of our 11 in-house clinical programs so far this year.
Joshua Stickell, a 2L, is the perfect combination of ambition, dedication, and execution – an embodiment of talking the talk and walking the walk! His face is one many students can recognize at Touro Law: a student leader who enriches both themselves and the community.
Professor Miller recently participated in a panel at the NYSBA annual meeting sponsored by NYSBA’s Committee on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Touro Law students have the opportunity to intern for the Herstory Linda Howard Weissman Youth Justice Writing Workshop, and be paired with court-involved young people to tell stories, elevate voices, and write for justice.
A Texas inmate serving a life sentence, through a specially arranged phone call, as well as a judge and a legal aid attorney joined a 1L criminal law class to share perspective and insight with students.
The Class of 2023 has one of the highest job placement rates for any graduating class in the school's history.
Professor Roth participated in a Health Law Scholars Workshop, where her work-in-progress was reviewed and enthusiastically received.
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.
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.
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.
Explore the benefits of earning a law degree and all the ways it can help you advance your career (even if you’re not planning to be a lawyer) and learn how our hybrid FlexTime JD program is tailored to meet the needs of busy students.
Professor Marjorie Silver received the AALS Section on Balance & Well-Being in Legal Education Award at the Association's Annual Meeting in January.
Please read this important message from Dean Langan.
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.
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 activist for the poor, young, and elderly.
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.
Aron Pirov, a 2022 graduate of the inaugural FlexTime Program, was featured in Touro University's LINKS magazine.
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.