Theodore Roosevelt American Inns of Court Luncheon

Wednesday, October 10, 12:30-1:30pm
Faculty Conference Room

Join Justice Leonard B. Austin of the Nassau County Supreme Court, Commercial Division; Lois Carter Schlissel, Managing Attorney, Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. and Professor Ilene Barshay for a luncheon to learn more about the Theodore Roosevelt American Inns of Court. Members of the Inn includes judges, lawyers, law educators and law students dedicated to the study of law and the promotion of civility in the legal profession. Student members produce programs with judges and practicing attorneys and participate in collegial discussion -- the hallmark of the Inn experience.

The luncheon is open to all students – kindly RSVP to Kristin Matthews, Director of Alumni Relations, room 404, e-mail kmatthews@tourolaw.edu or call (631) 761-7063.


Character and Fitness

The NY Lawyer Assistance Trust has developed this brochure about the character and fitness requirements for admission to practice law in NY. (Click on pictures to enlarge.) I encourage you to review this brochure now, so that you do not encounter any surprises when it's time to go before the Character and Fitness Committee. An electronic version of the brochure can be found at www.nylat.org/publications/brochures/documents/CharacterandFitnessBrochure.pdf.


Professor Kaufman in a Starring Role!

Don't miss the opportunity to see Professor Eileen Kaufman recreate history in this reenactment of Palsgraf v. LIRR!! (Click on the picture to enlarge.)


"Brown Bag" Advisement Sessions

We are organizing several "brown bag" advisement lunches and dinners with your professors for the fall semester. These sessions will provide you with an opportunity to learn more about a particular area of law, to ask questions about upper-level electives and course sequencing, and to learn a little more about some of your favorite professors. You bring your lunch or dinner, we'll bring your professors! Look for more information in the Touro Times.


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We hope that you are enjoying your summer.