All JD students at Touro Law Center need to complete 88 credits and certain specific curricular requirements in order to graduate. The specific curricular requirements include taking an Intermediate Skills course (ISR course); satisfying the Advanced Writing Requirement (AWR); taking a Clinic; and completing the Law Center’s Pro Bono Requirement. In addition, all required courses must be satisfactorily completed. All of these curricular requirements must be satisfied for a student to graduate from any of the Law Center’s JD programs.
Click the links below for The Course Planning Guide, Course Planning Supplement and Structured Curriculum for additional information:
- Course Planning Guide
- Course Planning Supplement
- Structured Curriculum – will be administered by the Academic Dean and implemented starting in the 2019-2020 academic year.
A list of course descriptions can be found here.
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