New York City Bar's Hot Practice Area for 2010

Attention Touro Law Students and Alumni!!

Are you interested in attending the New York City Bar Summer Series: Hot Practice Areas for 2010?  Touro Law Center is a law school sponsor so all students and alumni can attend for FREE. 

For more information on the City Bar Summer Series Practice Areas, click on the links below.

August 3: Technology
August 4: Immigration
August 5: Healthcare

Please click on the pictures below for additional program information.


Good Luck on the Bar Exam

Good Luck on the Bar Exam

The Office of Student Services wishes you all the best of luck on the bar exam!!!

Attention All Students: AABANY Interview Workshop

AABANY Interview Workshop

Thursday, July 29 @ New York Law School (185 West Broadway, Room 420)

The Student Outreach Committee of AABANY will be hosting an Interview Workshop on July 29, 2010 at New York Law School. Please join them for a panel discussion and be prepared to participate in mock interviews with attorneys familiar with the hiring and recruiting process.  Click on the picture below for more information.

Students- Please e-mail your resumes to Ben Chan at benjamin.chan@law.nyls.edu and indicate your areas of interest in your e-mail. Use “Interview Workshop Resume” in the subject line of your e-mail.

Schedule of events:
6-6:30pm - Arrival
6:30-7:30pm - Panel
7:30-9:00pm - Mock Interviews

-Chia Kang, Esq., Senior Lateral Legal Recruiting Coordinator, Ropes & Gray LLP
-Sung-Hee Suh, Esq., Partner, Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP
-P. Stephen Kim, Esq., Associate, Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold LLP
-Ben Chan (moderator) Co-Chair, AABANY Student Outreach Committee

Registration link: http://www.aabany.org/cde.cfm?event=317726

The event is free, but please register for the event by Tuesday, July 27, 2010.


New Assistant Dean for Student Services

Touro Law Center Dean Lawrence Raful is proud to announce Charlotte Taylor has been named the new Assistant Dean for Student Services at Touro Law Center.  She began at the law center on July 1.

"Charlotte Taylor has an obvious commitment to law students, and we are excited that she will be joining us,” said Dean Raful. “We look forward to having her as part of our administration -- helping to foster student success while promoting the goals of the law school."

Charlotte D. Taylor was formerly the Assistant Dean for Multicultural Affairs and Student Support Services at DePaul University College of Law in Chicago, IL. After graduating from DePaul University College of Law in 1996, she practiced in the area of insurance defense before returning to DePaul as the assistant director of the Academic Support Program. While at DePaul, she co-authored Bridging the Gap Between College and Law School: Strategies for Success (Carolina Academic Press), which has become a standard reference for academic support professionals, pre-law advisers and first-year law students. In 2000, Dean Taylor was promoted to assistant dean for multicultural affairs, to serve as a mentor and adviser to minority students and minority student organizations. In 2004, she assumed additional responsibility for student support services, covering first-year orientation, academic advising, exam administration and Code of Conduct matters.