Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Touro Law Reunion 2008 and "With Liberty & Justice for All" Dinner Wrap Up

On Saturday, November 8, Touro Law Center held Reunion 2008 celebrating the classes of 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998 and 2003. It was a truly memorable evening in Touro’s still-evolving history as the class of 1983 was the first to celebrate a 25th reunion. Alumni came together to reminisce with friends, classmates and professors, as well as tour the new facility in Central Islip. Thank you to the entire Reunion Committee and to everyone who attended to make this year’s reunion a successful and memorable event.

Touro Law Center held its annual “With Liberty & Justice for All” Dinner on Wednesday, November 12 at the Garden City Hotel. Dean Lawrence Raful presented Thomas Rosicki ’97 with the Paul S. Miller “With Liberty and Justice for All” Award for all his support of Touro Law Center and our students, along with his outstanding contribution to the community through his work with AHRC and representing those with disabilities. Touro College President Dr. Bernard Lander together with Dean Raful presented the “Friend of Justice” Award to Alan L. Fuchsberg for continuing the legacy of his mother and father along with his continued support and commitment to Touro Law Center and the community. The Dean also recognized the Honorable Leonard D. Wexler and the Honorable H. Patrick Leis III for their extraordinary work with Touro Law Center’s Court Observation Program. Thank you to our honorees, Dinner co-chairs John Bishar and Seymour Liebman, journal chair Cynthia Nierer, Dinner committee members, all our generous sponsors, alumni, friends and special guests who helped to make this year’s dinner a wonderful event.

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