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Rabbi Tsvi Blanchard

Fordham University School of Law
150 West 62nd Street
New York, NY 10023

Selected Biography:

Rabbi Tsvi Blanchard the Director of Organizational Development at the Jewish think tank CLAL, as well as Meyer Struckmann Professor of Jewish Law at Humboldt Faculty of Law in Berlin. He serves as scholar in residence at the Institute for Law, Religion and Lawyer’s Work at Fordham Law School where he teaches Jewish law. Rabbi Blanchard holds Ph.D. degrees in Philosophy and in Psychology. He has been a university professor, the director of an Orthodox High School and a practicing clinical and organizational psychologist. Tsvi has taught at Washington, Northwestern and Loyola Universities as well as the Drisha Institute for Women. His publications include the 2002 Riesman award winning “How to Think About Being Jewish in the Twenty-First Century: a New Model of Jewish Identity Construction” as well as “How Stories Heal” Tsvi coauthored a book entitled Embracing Life, Facing Death: a Jewish Guide to Palliative Care.