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  • Four Touro Law Students Receive Catalyst Fellowships
    Posted On May 9, 2019
    Four Touro Law students were selected to receive the prestigious Catalyst Public Service Fellowships... Read More
  • The Hon. Fernando Camacho to Deliver Touro Law Commencement Address
    Posted On May 6, 2019
    Touro Law Center’s 2019 Commencement speaker is the Hon. Fernando Camacho, Supreme Court Justi... Read More
  • 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
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