Sharpen your mind. You’re in the driver’s seat as we examine real cases presented before the Beit Din, the court of Jewish law. We provide the Talmudic primary sources that are the key to getting you started as you take an exhilarating ride down the road of Jewish legal genius. No grades. No pressure. Sessions include lunch. Will be a 6 discussion series at Penn Law. We are asking for $36 to help cover the text books and lunch.
To learn more about particular topics to be discussed visit: www.LubavitchHouse.com/study
For more info email RabbiLevi@LubavitchHouse.com
Sessions will take place:
Location: Penn Law School, Silverman M28 (3501 Sansom St Philadelphia, PA 19104)Dates: Tuesdays Feb. 21, 28. March 14, 21, 28, April 4th
"What one learns from these cases is that legal adaptation is not just a matter of facing new conditions but thinking harder about what is already implied in old principles. The study of Talmudic law is sobering, challenging, inspiring - and also fun for anyone who enjoys puzzles and discoveries. " -Professor Jeremy Rabkin, Department of Government, Cornell University
The $36 fee can be paid online at www.LubavitchHouse.com/Donate (just put in YBTJ in comments) or by Cash or Check to Chabad House at Penn.