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2.0 Ethics

Racial Bias, Immigration, and the Talmud

Racial Bias, Immigration, and the Talmud

A penetrating examination of the “stranger's” journey into foreign lands and cultures, the challenges faced, US legal considerations, and ethical teachings from the Talmud.

Approved for 2.0 Ethics CLE


Melissa Rothenberg-Kapustin, Esq.
The History and Law of Jewish immigration in the US

Melissa is a partner at The Rothenberg Law Firm LLP as well as a frequent guest lecturer on topics of Jewish History and Law throughout the Northeast. She is the recipient of multiple degrees in Judaic and American Studies, Modern Jewish History and American Law. She earned her J.D. with High Honors and was accepted into the National Honors Society "Order of the Coif”. Melissa blends her expertise in US Law and her encyclopedic knowledge of history in a manner that is both informative and highly engaging.

Rabbi, Dr. Yitzchak Breitowitz
Jewish view on immigration, conversion, and welcoming the “stranger”

Rabbi Dr. Breitowitz is a Senior Lecturer in Jewish Ethics and Law at Yeshiva Ohr Somayach, Jerusalem and Professor Emeritus of Law at the University of Maryland. He received his Rabbinical Ordination and Doctorate in Talmudic Law from the Ner Israel Rabbinical College, B.S. with honors from Johns Hopkins University, and J.D (magna cum laude) from Harvard Law School. He has lectured extensively throughout the US and Israel on medical, business, and family ethics and is the author of numerous academic articles on US and Talmudic law. 

This webinar is dedicated to the loving memory of EMANUEL ETTINGER (Yonah Mendel ben Eliyahu)

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