Interested in becoming a lawyer?
Law schools recognize that Touro graduates make great lawyers.
Touro College has an excellent record of law school admissions in recent years. From 2010 to 2014, an average of 20 Touro graduates per year started law school, with a high of 24 in both 2011 and 2013. Our record of success extends to top-level law schools: Harvard Law School admitted nine Touro students over this period, including three for the fall 2013 entering class. Touro’s record at local New York City law schools is also impressive, with over 10 students admitted at both Cardozo/Yeshiva and Fordham for the fall of 2013. Read this feature about the pre-law program that appeared in The Jewish Voice.
So, if you’re trying to decide if law school is right for you, want to know more life in law school, the law school admissions process, how to apply to law school, or preparing for the LSAT, contact a pre-law advisor and let us help. We can also help you learn about paying for law school, or transferring to another law school if you’ve done well your first year.