Speakers

Since 2011, the Jewish Law Institute has hosted a number of leading legal scholars who have discussed the relevance of Jewish law and Jewish legal theory to areas of American law such as criminal law, democratic theory, constitutional law, jurisprudence, law and economics, legal history, bioethics, and bankruptcy. 
 
November 2, 2011, Dan Markel
D'Alemberte Professor of Law, Florida State University College of Law

November 9, 2011, Keith Sharfman
Professor of Law & Associate Director of Bankruptcy Studies, St. John's Law School

Feb. 12, 2012, Mark Graber
Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development and Professor of Law and Government, University of Maryland School of Law

March 14, 2012, Stuart P. Green
Distinguished Professor of Law and Nathan L. Jacobs Scholar, Rutgers-Newark School of Law

April 18, 2012, Stephen Wizner
William O. Douglas Clinical Professor Emeritus of Law, Supervising Attorney, and Professorial Lecturer in Law, Yale Law School

August 29, 2012, Arnold Enker
Professor of Law and Founding Dean, Bar-Ilan University Law School

September 12, 2012
, Larry A. DiMatteo
Huber Hurst Professor of Contract Law & Legal Studies, University of Florida, Warrington College of Business Administration

September 12, 2012 , Samuel Flaks,
Agency Attorney, New York City Teachers' Retirement System

October 10. 2012, Geoffrey P. Miller
Stuyvesant P. Comfort Professor of Law & Director, Center for Financial Institutions, NYU Law School

January 23, 2013, Daniel Sinclair
John Wolff and Nancy Eppler-Wolff Fellow in Jewish Law & Visiting Professor of Law, Fordham University Law School; Professor of Jewish Law and Comparative Biomedical Law, CMAS Law School, Israel

February 19. 2013, Yuval Sinai
Professor of Law, Netanya Law College, Israel
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