Upcoming Conferences at Touro Law

Touro Law hosts a several conferences, CLE programs and distinguished speakers throughout the year. A brief list of upcoming conferences includes:


Billy Joel and the Law

March 22-23, 2015
Touro Law Center
See conference brochure below.
    Conference Brochure
On March 22-23, 2015, Touro Law Center will host a conference on Billy Joel and the Law. Speakers at the conference will include judges, lawyers, law professors, and music scholars, who will discuss ways in which Billy Joel's work relates to American law, society, and culture. The program on Sunday, March 22 is open to the public and will include a wine and cheese reception with musical performances related to the educational content of the program.  
For the conference program, click here.
A recommended conference fee of $30 is suggested.
To register 

RSVP please email events@tourolaw.edu

If you need to reserve a hotel room, please call the Residence Inn Long Island, Islip/Courthouse Complex at (631) 231-0025. Please mention you are with the Touro Law Center conference, to receive a discounted rate.
The hotel address is:
Residence Inn Long Island Islip/Courthouse Complex
7 Court House Dr
Central Islip New York 11722 USA
For more information about this conference, please email events@tourolaw.edu.

First Annual Conference of the Land Use & Sustainable Development Law Institute

Long Island Coastal Resiliency Summit
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Touro Law Center

Law & Society: The Jews of Shanghai

International Conference in Shanghai, China
Monday, June 1 - Wednesday, June 3, 2015
The history of the Jews of Shanghai is an intriguing story, but it is a story that is not well known in the United States. Baghdadi Jews came to Shanghai in the mid-19th century and prospered; Russian Jews fleeing the Czar and then the Bolshevik Revolution emigrated to China in the early 20th century, coming to Shanghai in large numbers in the 1930s after the Japanese takeover of Manchuria; and approximately 18,000 Jews from Europe sought refuge from Nazi Germany in the 1930’s and early 1940’s to the open port of Shanghai. The conference will closely examine this history from a number of perspectives, including, law, literature, and sociology.
For additional information, please contact Linda Howard Weissman at (631) 761-7061 or email lindah@tourolaw.edu.