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The Talmud is a composite of in depth legal analyses of practical law, logical argumentation and moral teachings. Its laws and ethics have served as a cornerstone of humanity's civil and moral infrastructure while shaping its legal-judicial systems. These courses will compare and contrast legal reasoning and adaptation between Talmudic and American law.


IAT Law Articles

The Constitutional Limits on Federal Power and the limits of interpretative freedom in Judaic law
11/24/2010

The Constitutional Limits on Federal Power and the limits of interpretative freedom in Judaic law

For immediate release: November 24, 2010 – New York, NY. In wake of the debate about con
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Judicial Appointments
7/14/2009
Every time a Justice is nominated for the Supreme Court, the winds of controversy begin to swirl around the nominee, winds that soon r
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Article: U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Headlining Legal Conference on Privacy Issues in Manhattan
1/2/2009
Article body: U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia will headline, The Institute of American and Talmudic Lawfs (IAT Law) Midwinter Conference, entitled, gThe Right to Privacy and Individual Li
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The Constitutional Limits on Federal Power and the limits of interpretative freedom in Judaic law

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IAT Law Articles from IATLaw.org

IAT law articles offer you an in-depth legal perspective from our faculty of top legal minds and Jewish scholars so that you can get the best news and information about continuing legal education credits, the state of American law, and new insights into a Talmudic perspective on the legal code. Some of the articles currently available from IATLaw.org’s website concern judicial appointments and Justice Antonin Scalia’s recent visit to Manhattan to headline the Institute of American and Talmudic Law’s Midwinter Conference. Our articles are written by IATLaw’s esteemed faculty at the cutting edge of legal scholarship and Jewish thought. IATLaw articles also include related photos and links back to lectures from IATLaw’s CLE lectures and seminars, so that you can follow up on an interesting article with an in-depth study that will also count toward your continuing legal education requirement.

CLE Classes

Our CLE classes are designed to educate Jewish lawyers and others interested in learning more about Jewish law and its connection to today’s legal practice and modern legal institutions. The Talmud offers a mix of practical legal reasoning, logical arguments, and moral instruction that are still the basis for modern civil and legal infrastructure. IATLaw’s courses compare and contrast legal reasoning and adaptation between Talmudic and American law while also providing entertaining instruction. You’ll meet your mandatory and minimum continuing legal education credits while being entertained! For more information on and IATLaw’s continuing legal education IATLaw.org.
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