Prelaw Advisors

If you are interested in becoming a lawyer, you should speak to a prelaw advisor early in your undergraduate career. Your advisor can help you to choose courses that will prepare you not only for gaining admission to law school, but also for doing well when you get there. Prelaw advisors can help you with questions about the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT), which is offered at Touro four times each year. Prelaw advisors can also create an application strategy that will maximize your chances of acceptance. Since law school admissions have changed significantly in the last three years, you should not rely on outdated books on law school admissions when you have a staff of excellent advisors available at Touro. Prof. Tom Rozinski is Touro's principal pre-law advisor and is available to meet with students in all of Touro's undergraduate programs.

Prelaw Advisors

Tom Rozinski, M.A., J.D.
Associate Professor, Political Science
thomas.rozinski@touro.edu

Daniel Chill, J.D.
Professor, Political Science
daniel.chill@touro.edu

Robert Goldschmidt, M.A.
Vice President for Planning and Assessment, Dean of Students
robert.goldschmidt@touro.edu

Ross Zucker, Ph.D.
Professor, Political Science
ross.zucker@touro.edu