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Recurring Event Event Series: 2022-2023 Continuing Legal Education Series

CLE: Prohibited Marriage: Still Relevant or Thoroughly Outdated?

Thursday, March 9
8:30 AM EST -10:45 AM EST

Virtual Event


Gefsky Community Scholar Rabbi Danny Schiff

Thursday, Mar. 9, 2023 at 8:30 AM. (Fourth CLE session.)

The Gefsky Community Scholar position is endowed by the H. Arnold and Adrien B. Gefsky Endowment Fund of the Federation’s Jewish Community Foundation.

THURSDAYS on Zoom, 8:30-10:45 AM, Sep. 22 – June 29, 2023.

The Alan Papernick Educational Institute Endowment Fund presents

A 6-Part Series taught by Foundation Scholar Rabbi Dr. Danny Schiff

Earn 2 ethics credits per class!
Open to all, you need not be a lawyer to attend.

All legal systems have parameters that describe the types of marriages that will be deemed legally acceptable and those that are forbidden. In this CLE, Rabbi Schiff will describe the range of prohibited marriages, and why certain marriages are not countenanced within Judaism.





Patti Dziekan

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