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Judaism and Law

Our Judaism and Law program analyzes the contributions of historical and contemporary Jewish law, theology, and ethics, including modern issues of marriage and family, liberty and rights.

Director:

Michael J. Broyde

Sponsors

Publications:

  • Muslim dan Keadilan Global, IMR Press, 2013, Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im
  • Religious Liberty in the State of Israel,” Emory International Law Review, Vol. 21 (2007): 239-276, Natan Lerner

Lectures:

  • 2016 Berman Lecture: Reason and Revelation: A Conversation on Natural Law in Four
  • Religions (Flier in Box)
  • The Danger of a Genocidal and Nuclear Iran: The Responsibility to Prevent,” 2009, Irwin
  • Cotler, Canadian Parliamentarian and former Minister of Justice
  • “The Future of Jewish Law and Legal Studies,” 2007, Elliot N. Dorff, Sol and Anne
  • Dorff Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, University of Judaism, Los Angeles
  • “Maimonides: Science Generates Faith,” 2006, Michael S. Berger and David R.
  • Blumenthal

Current programs:

  • Aruch Hashulchan Translation
  • Archived programs:
  • Irving v. Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt
  • Missing Husbands and Jewish Law
  • Pursuit of Happiness
  • Sex, Marriage, and Family & the Religions of the Book
  • Religions Human Rights in Global Perspective