Professor Darrow-Kleinhaus joined the faculty at Touro in 2000 as a Legal Process professor and in 2003 became the Director of Academic Development. As Director, she coordinates all aspects of Touro's Academic Development programs, from orientation to bar examination preparation. Professor Darrow-Kleinhaus' scholarly interests are wide and varied, as reflected in her numerous publications. She has published in the areas of contracts, labor law, the Fourth Amendment's Exclusionary Rule, and federal preemption of state tort law as it relates to government regulation of medical devices. She has published extensively in the area of bar exam preparation and law school learning. Her books include: Acing Contracts, The Bar Exam in a Nutshell 2d Edition, Acing the Bar Exam, and Mastering the Law School Exam.
The New York State Bar Exam by the Issue (with Myra E. Berman and John J. Cooney), Thompson Reuters (2012)
This book tells you how to use it to pass the New York bar exam....
Acing Contracts (2010)
This study aid features an innovative method of content organization. It uses a checklist format...
The Bar Exam in a Nutshell (2009)
This edition walks you through the entire bar preparation process from getting a head start...
This study aid provides candidates with a complete guide to the bar exam - from...
Contributions to Books
Developing a Student's "Thought Monitor", Techniques for Teaching Law 2 (2012)
Response to the Society of American Law Teachers Statement on the Bar Exam, Professional Responsibility, A Contemporary Approach (2011)
Using "Forensic IRAC" to Teach Students to Write, Techniques for Teaching Law 2 (2011)
Why I Teach, Techniques for Teaching Law 2 (2011)
A Comparison of the New York Bar Examination and the Proposed Uniform Bar Examination (with Mary Campbell Gallagher), 87 N.Y. St. B.J. 32 (2015)
The New York Board of Law Examiners (BOLE) proposes adopting the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE),...