Curriculum (Required Courses 53 - 54 credits)

 
FULL-TIME PROGRAM PART-TIME DAY AND EVENING PROGRAMS
FIRST YEAR FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester Credits Fall Semester Credits
Contracts I 3 Contracts I 3
Civil Dispute Resolution & Procedure I 2 Civil Dispute Resolution & Procedure I 2
Criminal Law I 3 Legal Process I 3
Legal Process I 3 Torts I 3
Torts I 3
Spring Semester Spring Semester
Contracts II 3 Contracts II 3
Civil Dispute Resolution & Procedure II 3 Civil Dispute Resolution & Procedure II 3
Legal Process II 3 Legal Process II 3
Torts II 2 Torts II 2
Property I 4
SECOND YEAR SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester Credits Fall Semester Credits
Constitutional Law I 2 Constitutional Law I 2
Property II 2 Criminal Law I 3
Electives/Floating Required Courses 8 - 12 Electives/Floating Required Courses 3 - 6
 
Spring Semester Spring Semester
Constitutional Law II 4 Constitutional Law II 4
Electives/Floating Required Courses 5 - 9 Property I 4
Electives/Floating Required Courses 3
THIRD YEAR THIRD YEAR
Electives 12 - 16 Fall Semester Credits
Property II 2
Electives/Floating Required Courses 6 - 9
Spring Semester
Electives 8 - 11
FOURTH YEAR
Electives
FIVE YEAR PART-TIME EVENING PROGRAM
FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester Credits
Civil Dispute Resolution & Procedure I 2
Contracts I 3
Legal Process I 3
Total 8
Spring Semester
Civil Dispute Resolution & Procedure II 3
Contracts II 3
Legal Process II 3
Total 9
SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester Credits
Torts I 3
Criminal Law 3
Elective 3
Total 9
Spring Semester
Torts II 2
Property I 4
Elective 3
Total 9
THIRD YEAR
Fall Semester Credits
Property II 2
Constitutional Law I 2
Electives/Floating Required Courses 4
Total 8
Spring Semester Credits
Constitutional Law II 4
Electives 6
Total 10
FOURTH YEAR
Fall Semester Credits
Electives/Floating Required Courses 9
Total 9
Spring Semester Credits
Electives/Floating Required Courses 9
Total 9
FIFTH YEAR
Fall Semester Credits
Electives 10
Total 10
Spring Semester Credits
Electives 7
Total 7


NOTE: Effective with the Fall 2007 entering class, all students must take:



Course Descriptions download course descriptions *download course descriptions

The following is an alphabetical listing of all required and elective courses. Students may select from more than 100 elective courses, enabling them to explore various aspects of the law and begin to build a foundation in an area of specialization. In addition, many electives are small-group seminars, providing extensive personal interaction with faculty members and classmates.

Courses marked with an * are offered periodically or in response to student demand. Courses marked with ** are part of Touro Law’s summer abroad programs


Environmental Law Practice Module
Estate & Gift Taxation
Estate & Trust Administration
Estate Planning
European Legal Systems & the Holocaust
India Legal Culture**
Indian & Tibetan Law & Philosophy**
Insurance Law
Intellectual Property
Licensing in Intellectual Property
Mediation as a Conflict Resolution Process
Mortgage Foreclosure Clinic
Mortgage Foreclosure Law
Multi-State Legal Analysis
Nassau/Suffolk Law Services Externship
National Security & the Law
Negotiable Instruments & Payment Systems
New Paradigms in Law & Lawyering
New York Legal Research
New York Practice
Not-For-Profit Corporation Law
Not-For-Profit Corporation Law Clinic
Patent Law
Patent Litigation
Patent Practice Seminar
Pre-Trial Litigation
Pre-Trial Litigation: Commercial
Privacy in the Digital Age Problems of Church & State in Israeli & American Constitutionalism
Products Liability
Professional Responsibility
Professional Responsibility: Ethical Criminal Practice
Property I
Property II
Property Survey
Racism & American Law
Real Estate Transactions
Remedies
Rights of Children
Rights of the Poor
Russian Legal System in Transition**
Sales
Secured Transactions
Securities Regulation
Selected Topics in Corporate Law: Garage to IPO
Selected Topics in Criminal Justice
Selected Topics in Criminal Procedure: N.Y. Criminal Practice
Selected Topics in Jewish Law
Selected Topics in Racism & American Law
Selected Topics in Tort Law
Settling Legal Disputes: Negotiation, Mediation & Mediation Representation (2 credits)
Settling Legal Disputes: Negotiation, Mediation, & Mediation Representation (3 credits)
Sex-Based Discrimination
Sexual Orientation & Law
Small Business & Non-Profit Clinic
Small Business & Non-Profit Law
Sociology of Law* (2 credits)
Sociology of Law* (3 credits)
Workplace Law in Global Context   
 
 
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