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Girl Scouts of Suffolk County and Touro Law Center Announce New Justice Patch Program
Posted On April 17, 2015
Touro Law Center and Girl Scouts of Suffolk County have announced an all-new Justice Patch Program.... Read More
Leading New York Practice Scholar Plans to Visit Touro Law in the Fall – Professor Patrick Connors Appointed Scholar in Residence
Posted On April 14, 2015
Touro Law Center Dean Patricia Salkin is pleased to announce that Professor Patrick Connors has been... Read More
Touro Law To Host Inaugural Long Island Resiliency Conference
Posted On April 8, 2015
Touro Law Center will host the first-ever conference focusing on the role of local law and policy so... Read More

Adina C. Levine

Adjunct Professor of Law




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Adina C. Levine is an associate at the New York City firm Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP, where she specializes in litigation. Professor Levine has been recognized for her extensive pro bono work in assisting victims of domestic abuse, and for her legal research in New York’s same sex marriage case. She received her JD from Harvard Law School, with a focus on comparative law. During law school, she spent a semester as a visiting student at Hebrew University School of Law in Jerusalem, Israel, focusing on the differences between the Israeli and American legal systems. Professor Levine holds a Masters in Jewish Education from Azrieli Graduate School for Jewish Education, and a Bachelors in Journalism from Stern College for Women, where she was a Golding Distinguished Scholar, with awards for English Communications, Excellence in Prelaw, and the Oratorical Contest award. with a focus on secondary Jewish education. She has served as an adjunct professor at Yeshiva University Stern College for Women, teaching “Comparative Law: American law and Talmudic law.” Her publication credits include the Harvard Law Record, Publisher’s Weekly, The Jewish Star, and The Jerusalem Post.



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