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  • By Rachel Weislow
    Life seems to be a series of puzzles for which we find the pieces as time goes on. Throughout my life, I helped my family put together the puzzle of Judaism, each piece to be found somewhere in our family history or in the actions we took as individuals.     more...
  • By Hon. Sandra Mazer Moss
    At our recent Networking Event, as I stood chatting, surrounded by eager young law students determined to make a lasting impression upon me (or at least one lasting until they could send in resumes!), I found myself slipping backward in time. more...
  • By Matthew Laver, Esquire
    On January 25, 2011, the Brandeis Law Society, in partnership with the Graduate Student Network of Hillel, held the 10th Annual Law Networking Event for Jewish Lawyers, Judges and Law Students. The event was held at the law offices of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, P.C., and featured remarks by the Honorable R. Seth Williams, Philadelphia District Attorney. more...
  • By David Seltzer, Esquire.
    Next week we will celebrate the holiday of Tu B'Shvat (the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Shvat). Tu B'Shvat is referred to as the birthday or anniversary of the trees. It is the technical beginning of the spring season in Israel, and while it is not a holiday of great religious significance, it is one of great significance for the long term survival of the land of Israel. more...
  • By Jay E. Kivitz, Esquire
    My father, Seymour "Sy" Kivitz, was in every sense a Tau Epsilon Rho and Brandeis Law Society "lifer." For most of his 60 year professional life, he was deeply involved in both Societies, not just as a member, but as an active participant or officer. Sy very much believed in the Jewish purposes espoused by each organization, and looked forward to all business meetings and social events as a way to reinforce those purposes. more...
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