Don't Blame Me!
Don't Blame Me!
Why am I responsible for someone else’s wrongdoing when I didn’t pull the trigger myself? When does my participation become culpable? How do we develop a greater sense of responsibility for our own behavior?
Brandon Swartz, Esq.
Mr. Swartz is a founding partner of Swartz Culleton, PC. His practice focuses on all types of Personal Injury cases including Wrongful Death, Medical Malpractice, Civil Rights Violations, Motor Vehicle, Premises Liability, Products Liability, Trucking accidents and Workers Compensation. Mr. Swartz is a graduate of the Temple University School of Law where he graduated cum laude and placed first place in the 1994 Samuel J. Polsky Moot Court Competition open to all second year law students. Mr. Swartz is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and is admitted to practice in the Eastern of District of Pennsylvania.
Rabbi Alexander Coleman, MFT
Rabbi Coleman is the founding director of IJE. He is an Educator as well as an Individual, Couples and Family Therapist. For over 20 years he has been teaching and guiding people of all walks of life in Jewish thought, ethics and personal development through seminars, classes and one-on-one guidance. He is known for his lucid and embracing approach to shedding light on the complexities of life issues. Born and raised in Liverpool, England, he received his ordination from Yeshiva Chaim Berlin in New York, and his training as an individual, marriage and family therapist from the Council for Relationships in Philadelphia, PA.
CLE CREDIT: 1.0 Ethics