Touro Law’s part-time programs are ideal for students who are serious about earning their law degree but cannot attend classes on a full-time basis. Part-time students are an integral part of the law school community and are afforded the same opportunities as full-time students, including eligibility for honor societies, participating in clinics, competing in schoolwide competitions, and more. Part-time classes are taught by the same dedicated faculty as full-time courses. Scholarships and financial aid are available for all Touro students, regardless of program.
Four-Year Part-Time Day– Students in the 4-year part-time day program take a course load of 11 credits per semester and attend classes during the day, Monday through Thursday.
Four-Year Part-Time Evenings & Sundays Program - Students in this program attend classes two weekday evenings as well as generally 10 Sundays during each the Fall and Spring semesters, plus additional Sundays for make-ups and final exams each semester.
Students may accelerate completion of the program by one semester by attending summer sessions.