Maven: Jewish and American Law - Begins April 29


This online course, offered through AJU's Maven Adult Education Program delves into the relationship between law and ethics, through a Jewish lens, and is approved for MCLE General Education credit.

This course with renowned Jewish law professor, acclaimed author, and AJU Rector Elliott Dorff takes place over four Fridays from April 29 to May 20, and costs $180. The class takes place from at 12:30 pm to 2:30pm.

Students will study and discuss the theory of law, Jewish law as a living organism, motivations to live by Jewish law, comparisons to American law, and the interactions of morality, theology, and custom within Jewish and American law.                                  

This seminar is approved for MCLE General Education credit by the State Bar of California. Each week is 1.5 credits. Attend all 4 weeks and earn 6 credits. All assignments and readings provided from For the Love of God and People: A Philosophy of Jewish Law (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 2007) by Elliot Dorff. To purchase the book on Amazon, click here