In an age in which most “blue laws” have been forgotten, and in which we are apt to see the Sabbath as a religious institution, it is easy to forget that, historically, the parameters of Sabbath observance were precisely legislated. In this CLE, Rabbi Schiff will discuss the Shabbat as a legal institution in American and Jewish law.
CLE: The Legal Dimensions of Shabbat
Thursday, March 28, 2024
8:30 AM EDT -10:45 AM EDT
Cost: With credit: $195 series/$35 each individual class; Without credit: $165 series/$30 each individual class
Open to all—you need not be a lawyer to attend.
Earn 2 ethics credits per class!
The Gefsky Community Scholar position is endowed by the H. Arnold and Adrien B. Gefsky Endowment Fund of the Federation’s Jewish Community Foundation.
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