Tom Rozinski, JD, MA
Associate Professor and Deputy Chair for Lander College for Men
Department of Political Science
Lander College for Women / The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School, Lander College of Arts & Sciences
Areas of Expertise
Presidential power, constitutional law, public administration, and political theory
Tom Rozinski holds a B.A. summa cum laude from Yale University, an M.A. in Government from Harvard University, and a J.D. cum laude from Harvard Law School. He teaches courses on judicial politics, constitutional law, political theory, debating justice, the presidency, and public administration.
Prior to joining Touro in 2006, Prof. Rozinski practiced law at two large firms in Manhattan and served for seven years as general counsel to two New York City agencies. In 2001, he was Acting Commissioner of Homeless Services for New York City. He has also taught legal writing at the University of Michigan Law School.
Prof. Rozinski writes about political science pedagogy and prelaw education. His articles include “Using Music to Teach Political Theory,” PS: Political Science and Politics (July 2015), and “Experiential Legal Writing Before Law School,” Journal of Experiential Learning (Spring 2017).
Prof. Rozinski is the principal prelaw advisor for Touro students at all campuses, and is a former President of the Northeast Association of Pre-Law Advisors, the nation’s largest prelaw advising organization. In 2019, he created the New York Association for PreLaw Advising and Pedagogy, which brings together prelaw advisors and admissions officers in the New York metropolitan area. He has been the president of NYAPLAP since its inception. He can be reached at email@example.com.
In The News
Local professor uses music to get students interested in political theory, Bklyner
Pop music in Touro poli sci class, NY Jewish Week
How to bridge the gap between college and law school, RealClearEducation
That pop song may provide a classics lesson, The Wall Street Journal