Conference Presenter Profile

Marianne Artusio

Name: Marianne Artusio

Professional Title: Assoc. Professor of Law. retired

Affiliation: Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center

Country: United States

Title of Presentation(s):

  • New Initiatives for Expanding Justice Education by Collaborating With Marginalized Communities and Public Service Organizations

Short Bio: Marianne Artusio, retired from Touro Law Center in 2017. She was an Assoc. Prof. of Law at Touro Law Center, was the Director of the Aging and Longevity Law Institute. She was the Director of Touro’s Elderlaw Clinic, from 1993 to 2017 and has taught courses in Elderlaw, Consumer Law and Professional Responsibility. She has served as the Director of Clinical Programs and oversaw the expansion of the clinical programs to include clinics in the areas of civil rights for the mentally ill, family law, mortgage foreclosure, bankruptcy, disaster relief, veterans’ issues and non-profit organizations. Previously she was the managing attorney in several legal services organizations in New York, directing and supervising branch offices and programs for senior citizens. She has lectured widely to professional audiences, seniors and their families on issues affecting the aging population. As Director of Touro’s summer programs in India for many years, she taught Comparative Constitutional Law, Indian, Tibetan Law, and Philosophy. She was an International Expert in Vietnam in 2012, in a program sponsored by the UNDP and Bridges Across Borders Southeast Asia. She participated in GAJE conferences in Valencia, Delhi, and Eskisehir.

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