The Jewish Law Institute organizes conferences that focus on a wide range of subjects of interest to Jewish legal scholars and Jewish lawyers, as well as the broader legal academy, the practicing bar, and the Jewish community.
The Conference on Religious Legal Theory
April 10-12, 2013
In April of 2013, Touro Law Center will host the fourth annual Conference on Religious Legal Theory. The Jewish Law Institute will again take the lead in organizing the conference, which will include lectures and presentations by leading legal scholars and religious thinkers from the United States and abroad. In the past, the conference has been held at Seton Hall, St. John’s, and Pepperdine.
The Conference of Religiously Affiliated Law Schools
May 2-4, 2012
In May of 2012, the Jewish Law Institute took a leading role in organizing the biennial Conference of Religiously Affiliated Law Schools, hosted at Touro Law Center. In the past, the conference had been held at law schools across the United States, including Notre Dame, Boston College, Baylor, Pepperdine, St. John’s, Regent, Marquette, and Brigham Young University. The Touro conference marked the first time the conference was hosted at a university with a Jewish affiliation. The speakers at the Touro conference included prominent judges and lawyers, university presidents, and leading legal scholars, representing a wide variety of institutions and religious traditions.
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CLE in JERUSALEM
July 9, 2013
Co-sponsored with Eretz Hemdah - Institute for Advanced Jewish Studies, Jerusalem
Confidentiality - Comparative Analysis of New York Rules and Jewish Law
4 hours of CLE credits (2 Professional Practice & 2 Ethics)
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