The Institute for Jewish Ethics is dedicated to advancing the timeless relevance of Jewish wisdom to contemporary issues and dilemmas that arise on a personal as well as professional level.
Through classes, seminars (as well as personal guidance) presented by Rabbis together with experts and professionals in various disciplinary areas such as law, medicine, psychology and social work and personal guidance, the Institute tackles real-life issues of the day bringing to light the Torah's viewpoint in a meaningful and relevant way.
The Institute is also accredited for CLE by the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board, with continuing education credit offered for doctors, accountants and social workers too.
The Institute's classes are thought-provoking, stimulating and a refreshing opportunity for meaningful personal and professional development.
Watch our recent program, "SOCIETY UNDER SURVEILLANCE" held on October 15th at the National Constitution Center, held in partnership with the Constitution Center and featuring Jeffrey Rosen, President and CEO, NCC, and Rabbis Mordechai Becher and Shlomo Yaffe. Moderated by Jerome M. Marcus, Esq.
WHO LIVES? WHO DIES? WHO DECIDES?
The Ethics of Health Care Rationing Thursday, November 14, 7-8:30 PM with Dr. Daniel Eisenberg, Radiologist at Einstein Hospital and Jewish Medical Ethics Expert and Stuart M. Butler, Ph.D., Distinguished Fellow and Director, Center for Policy Innovation, Heritage Foundation CLICK HERE for more information
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