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Learning Pirkei Avot: chapter 1, mishnah 8-10
When sitting in judgment, do not act as a counselor-at-law. When the litigants stand before you, consider them both guilty… Increasingly cross-examine the witnesses… Love work, loath mastery over others, and don’t fraternize with the government.
Growing Weekly: Parshat Shoftim
Understanding the Sanhedrin on five levels
Something Spiritual on Parshat Shoftim
The Noahide Code
This class details the Noahide laws pertaining to proper treatment of animals, the components of a justice system, and the obligation of charity.
Stick Figure Vignette: Parshat Shoftim
Three little judges deliberate a case.
8 Tammuz, 5750 · July 1, 1990
Judge Joseph Fisch visits the Rebbe: May G-d help you to judge all people justly, and may all your judgments be preventative — not to punish, but rather to prevent wrongdoing.
A Jewish Perspective on American Ethics Codes
A legal scholar makes the argument that current American ethical codes actually contribute to a lack of ethics in the legal profession. He then offers the Jewish system of Talmudic ethics as a model for improvement.
Vigorous Counsel or Suborning Perjury
One of the most troubling "grey areas" in the practice of law is the question of where a lawyer’s advice crosses the line from helping the client make a good case into providing a recipe for perjury. How is this issue dealt with in the American and in Jud...
Burden of Proof in Property Law
When two parties claim rights to the same properties, what is the burden of proof required? Rabbi Shanowitz presents the Talmudic law followed by Justice Fraiberg who presents the secular approach.
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