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  • Touro Law Announces New FlexTime J.D. Program
    Posted On January 17, 2018
    Touro Law is pleased to announce its new FlexTime J.D. program to begin in fall 2018. This uniq... Read More
  • Dean Ballan Honored at Local Menorah Lighting
    Posted On December 19, 2017
    Touro Law Dean Harry Ballan was honored at the Grand Menorah Lighting by the Chabad of Islip Townshi... Read More
  • Touro Law Student Receives Scholarship from the Jewish Lawyers Association of Nassau County
    Posted On November 13, 2017
    Touro Law full-time student Brett Potash was selected as the inaugural recipient of the Hon. Jed Ore... Read More
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