Frederick K. Brewington Delivered the Howard Glickstein Civil Rights and Public Policy Lecture
Posted On November 9, 2015
Frederick K. Brewington of The Law Offices of Frederick K. Brewington delivered the Howard Glickstei... Read More
Michael Oren to Accept Touro Law’s Gould Book Award
Posted On October 27, 2015
Michael Oren has been selected as the Bruce K. Gould Book Award recipient for his bestseller “... Read More
Leaders Gather for Discussion on Fair and Accessible Housing
Posted On October 12, 2015
Touro Law Center and the Long Island Housing Partnership (LIHP) are pleased to announce a full day c... Read More
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Academic Calendar

December 4
Reading/Make Up Day
December 8
Last Day of Classes
December 9
Reading Day
December 10
Final Examinations

Quick Facts


  • American Bar Association
  • Association of American Law Schools


Degrees Granted

Programs for Foreign Law Graduates

    • Faculty

      • 48 Full-Time Faculty
      • Student: Faculty Ratio 16:1

      Fall 2014 Enrollment

      • First Year: 187
      • Total Enrollment: 650

      Fall 2014 Entering Class

      • Average Age: 27.6
      • Minorities: 46%
      • Women: 53%

      J.D. Tuition 2014 - 2015

      First Year Students

      Full Time Students (12 – 16 credits) $22,150.00 per semester
      Part Time Students (8 – 11 credits)  $16,500.00 per semester

      Second Year Students

      Full Time Students (12 – 16 credits) $22,150.00 per semester
      Part Time Students (8 – 11 credits) $16,500.00 per semester

      Third Year Students

      Full Time Students (12 – 16 credits) $22,150.00 per semester
      Part Time Students (8 – 11 credits) $16,500.00 per semester

      Fourth Year Students

      Part Time Students (8 – 11 credits) $16,500.00 per semester

      Five Year Students

      Part time evening program students $1,490.00 per credit

      Student Activity Fee $60.00 per semester
      Technology Fee $50.00 per semester


      • Dean’s Fellowships - full tuition
      • Merit Scholarships up to $40,000
      • Incentive Awards up to $12,000
      • Summer Public Services Fellowship Awards


      • 450,000 volumes and volume equivalents
      • 42,000 square feet
      • 476 seats
      • 14 on library staff

      Clinical Programs

      • Advanced Bankruptcy
      • Bankruptcy Clinic
      • Criminal Defense Clinic
      • Criminal Prosecution Clinic
      • Disaster Relief Clinic
      • Elder Law
      • Family Law
      • Federal Prosecution Clinic
      • Immigration Law Clinic
      • Mortgage Foreclosure & Bankruptcy
      • Small Business and Not-For-Profit Corporation Law
      • Veterans' and Servicemembers' Rights Clinic


      • Private Law Offices
      • The Courts
      • Law Offices of Public Interest Organizations
      • Federal, State and Local Government Employers

      On-Campus Public Service Projects

      • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
      • William Randolph Hearst Public Advocacy Center
      • Suffolk Bar/Touro Law Pro Bono Foreclosure Assistance Project
      • Senior Citizens Law Program

      Portals to Practice

      Touro Law Center’s five-year strategic plan, Portals to Practice, is a cutting-edge program that reconceives and restructures the law school experience for all Touro Law students. Portals to Practice expands the scope and quality of legal education by focusing on the development of legal professionals, from pre-law through post-graduation.

      The William Randolph Hearst Public Advocacy Center

      The first of its kind in the nation, the Center houses a number of legal advocacy groups within the law school. These organizations work to provide legal services to the local community and provide opportunities for students to gain hands-on skills training while developing an understanding of the problems facing the local community.

      Summer Law Programs

      • Germany
      • Vietnam
      • New York (On-Campus)

      Our Location

      • Central Islip is in close proximity to New York City
      • Easily accessible by car
      • Free Touro Law Center shuttle to and from the Long Island Railroad, Central Islip station
      • Free parking


      • Local affordable apartments, condominiums and single-family homes