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The Institute curates a Jews & Justice Series and also offers Continuing Legal Education programs to explore how Jewish teaching and traditions might inform perspectives on law, public policy, and the important social questions of our time.

Programs are developed in collaboration with the Center for Jewish History, Cardozo Law School's Program in Jewish Law & Interdisciplinary Studies and the American Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists.

Upcoming event:

Past event:

01.13.2014 - Wolff Lecture - "The Ten Commandments

04.16.2013 - Martin J. Hertz Lecture - Modern Jewish Legal Writings on Conversion: How Concepts of Jewish Peoplehood Inform Legal Rulings

02.19.2013 - "Who is a Jew": Israeli Law versus the Press

01.14.2013 - Wolff Lecture - Between Validity and Truth Falls the Shadow: Law-talk and God-talk in Judaism

02.02.2012 - Scientific Progress, Religious Values and Legislative Wisdom: Brain Death in Jewish and Israeli Law

01.31.2011 - Wolff Lecture - Autonomy and Morality in the Treatment of the Dying: An Innovative Approach in Jewish Law

02.07.2010 - 02.08.2010    JEWISH FAMILY LAW, THE AGUNAH AND GENERAL ISSUES IN JEWISH LAW