The courtroom's the classroom, the trial's the textbook

Solnik, Claude
August 2007
Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);8/10/2007, Vol. 54 Issue 36, p5B
The article reports on the formation of Touro College Jacob D. Fuschberg Law Center in New York City to help students interacts and understand the law and to settle their conflicts of interest. Linda Howard Wiessman, assistant dean for institutional advancement at Touro, believes that the time spend in courtroom is more valuable than in classroom. Lawrence Raful, dean of the Touro Law School, cites that the court building was constructed to ensure the knowledge of students.


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