A 1997 graduate of the Touro Law Center, Tom Rosicki was recognized by his alma mater in 2008 for his outstanding work as a founding partner at Rosicki, Rosicki & Associates. For almost two decades, the Touro Law Center has held its annual “With Liberty & Justice for All” dinner to recognize the achievements of alumni. Honorees are granted membership in the Builders Society, an organization created specifically to celebrate the contributions of integral members of the Touro Law Center community.
The annual dinner continues to be a way to honor those who have helped shape and influence the Law Center. Founded in 1980 in Manhattan and moved to Huntington, Long Island, in 1982, the school relocated once again in 2007. The new location in Central Islip, on a campus adjacent to federal and state courthouses, created the opportunity to bring the classroom directly into the courtroom, resulting in a truly integrated law campus and exceptional opportunities for legal education.
This year, due to the ongoing recovery and relief efforts on Long Island in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the annual event has been re-scheduled for February 27, 2013.