Touro Law Student Appointed in Leadership Role for the National Black Law Students Association
Posted On April 28, 2016
Touro Law 1L student Rebekah Gordon has been named National Director of Membership for the National... Read More
Touro Law Receives Funds from Suffolk County for Work with Veterans
Posted On April 12, 2016
Touro Law Center received a $9,700 Suffolk County Veterans Marathon grant, which will allow the scho... Read More
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Touro Law participated in the inaugural New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) Arbitration competition, held in November. Competitors were required to write a brief and conduct an arbitration before a panel of 3 arbitrators. The team, consisting of Ashley Moruzzi, Diana Romanello and Jonathan Cohen, exemplified superior skills in their direct, cross and redirect which led to an award for Best Exam!

A team of three students competed in the Puerto Rican Bar Association’s Moot Court Competition. After winning at the regional level and earning best brief, the team traveled to Orlando, Florida in October to compete nationally. The bench included New York's own Judge Jenny Rivera as well as several other highly respected jurists. The team - Denisse Mira, Bridgette Nunez, and Jose Rojas - was well prepared and confident. They took second place -- an extraordinary showing for our first time competing in this National competition!

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No one expects law school to be easy. Nor should it be. At Touro Law Center, your professors will challenge you to work harder and smarter than you ever have before. You will redefine how you reason, write, and speak. You will learn new ways of analyzing and solving problems.

But at Touro, you’re never on your own. Our faculty members have day and evening office hours and observe an open door policy. Every student also has access to a comprehensive, integrated program designed to enhance the law school experience with individualized assistance in such areas as study strategy, course selection, career goals, personal problems, and academic enrichment.

To round out your law school experience and make your time at Touro Law Center rich and rewarding, we also offer a multitude of student-run organizations.

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Spotlight

Student Spotlight
Stephani Schendlinger has found her passion and her path at Touro Law. Read More.

Podcast Spotlight
In this episode, learn what makes an "A" or "B" student different from a "C" student. Read More.

Faculty Spotlight
Professor Pocock has shared her passion for and knowledge of writing for 21 years. Read More.

Faculty Spotlight
Professor Rena Seplowitz is admired by students and colleagues alike. Read More.

Veteran Spotlight
3L Chad Lennon has served our country, now helps fellow veterans while in law school. Read More.

Faculty Spotlight
Dean Rosenblum serves as legal counsel, clinic director and more at Touro Law. Read More.
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