Ethics and Law through the lens of the Talmud- round table discussion for CLE credit.
The Institute for Jewish Ethics continues their series- "What Would Jew Do?" - a casual and interactive round table discussion on law and Jewish ethics. These informative provocative discussions focus on various legal issues viewed through the lens of the Talmud. This program is open to all and is accredited for CLE.
This month's topic is: "Separation Anxiety - The Legal and Ethical Issues Surrounding Separating Siamese Twins."
The discussions will be hosted in two locations to accommodate a diverse audience. Sunday, July 1, 2012 will be held at 9:00 am at the Etz Chaim Center in Elkins Park, PA. The Etz Chaim Center in Center City is home to Thursday lunch discussions held on Thursday, July 5th and again Thursday July 12, 2012. These meetings will feature a kosher lunch.
The cost for the CLE credited programs is $36. Those wishing to attend without earning credit will be charged $10 per session.
7908 High School Road
Elkins Park, PA
- 09:00 AM
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