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  • Two Touro Law Students Receive New York City Bar Association Diversity Fellowships
    Posted On April 9, 2019
    Touro Law Center Dean Harry Ballan is pleased to announce that first-year students Richard Samboy an... Read More
  • Touro’s Auction Raises Record Funds for Student Fellowships
    Posted On March 19, 2019
    Touro Law Center’s 25th Annual Goods and Services Auction, held on March 13th at the law schoo... Read More
  • Land Use Seminar Held at Touro Law to Provide Update on Ongoing Projects
    Posted On March 6, 2019
    Touro Law’s Land Use Institute hosted a seminar titled, “Major Long Island Development P... Read More
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