Professor Lanin joined the Touro Law Center faculty in August 2011 as an Adjunct Professor of Legal Process. She is now an Assistant Professor of Legal Process and also teaches the seminar component of the Federal Judicial Clerkship Externship course.
Professor Lanin was a career law clerk for United States District Judge Denis R. Hurley in the Eastern District of New York for nearly eight years and a term law clerk for United States Magistrate Judge Robert M. Levy in the Eastern District of New York for fifteen months. She also practiced litigation at two mid-sized law firms in Manhattan: Lane & Mittendorf LLP (now Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP) and Squadron, Ellenoff, Plesent & Sheinfeld, LLP.
Prior to teaching, Professor Lanin founded Comprehensive Legal Services, a law firm that provides legal research and writing services for attorneys. She was also the Senior Legal Consultant for Cyber Diligence, Inc., a computer forensics firm, where she advised clients on how to prepare for and meet eDiscovery challenges.
Professor Lanin has presented at numerous law firms and Bar associations on Long Island on drafting motions in federal court and the basics of eDiscovery.
Legal Process I and II
Federal Judicial Clerkship Externship