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"I have learned, that if one
advances confidently in the direction
of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life
he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours."
- Henry David Thoreau
The Institute for Business, Law and Technology (IBLT) at Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center is dedicated to advancing the state of understanding about the intersection of technology, business, and the law both within and beyond the law school. Its mission is to improve the understanding of the legal issues of basic and developing technologies integral to the technology-driven business communities of manufacturing, electronic commerce, and high technology.
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Dean Patricia Salkin attended (on her first day on the job) the Jewish Law Association's 17th International Conference yesterday where Professor Sam Levine chaired a plenary session and alum Jacob Weinstein '11 presented during the session.
(Touro Law Center alumnus Jacob Weinstein presenting an interesting discussion on eye witness testimony in criminal law matters under both U.S. and Jewish law at the Jewish Law Association Conference. He is working on a second paper on the duty to rescue...an affirmative duty under Jewish law, but not under U.S. common law.)
Each year the Equal Justice Works fellowship competition selects qualified and passionate lawyers who have developed new and innovative legal projects that can impact lives and serve communities in desperate need of legal assistance. Depending on funding, EJW is able to provide between 40-50 two-year fellowships annually. Fellows receive a competitive salary, generous loan repayment assistance, connections to their prominent sponsors, participation in trainings, and additional support during their two-year tenure. For additional information about this great program, go here.