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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-12

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Irwin I. Cohn

The U.S. Court House in
downtown Detroit will be the site
of the fourth lecture in the current
series of the Irwin I. Cohn Memo-
rial Lectures in Talmudic Law, to
be held on Thursday at 4 p.m.

The Talmudic Law Lecture
Series was founded by the
Lubavitch Foundation of Michi-
gan in response to the increasing
attention in the legal world to the
interface of two disciplines, an-
cient Jewish (Talmudic) law and
modern secular jurisprudence.
The series was named for the late
Mr. Irwin I. Cohn following the
establishment of an endowment
foundation by the Cohn family to
fund the series.
Chairman of the lecture series
is Federal Judge Avern Cohn
(U.S. Court, Sixth District). The
committee consists of the follow-
ing Circuit and Probate Court
Judges: Hilda Gage, Charles
Kaufman, Nathan Kaufman,
Richard Kaufman, Joseph Per-
nick, Michael Stacey and Helene
White.
The lecture is held in conjunc-
tion with this year's world-wide
celebration of the 850th anniver-
sary of the birth of Rabbi Moshe
ben Maimon, or Maimonides, who

lived from 1135 to 1204. (Among
the Jewish people he is known as
the Rambam, an acronym from
the Hebrew initials of Rabbi
Moshe ben Maimon.)
Maimonides was a codifier of
Jewish law, Talmudist,
philosopher and considered the
leading physician of his time.
Topic of the lecture will be: "The
Central Role of Secular Lawmak-
ing in the Jewish Religious Legal
System, According to
Maimonides."
Guest lecturer will be Dr.
Aaron M. Schreiber, professor of
law at Pace University Law
School in New York. Prof.
Schreiber holds a Master of Laws
degree and a Doctor of Juridical
Sciences degree, both from Yale
Law School, in addition to a J.D.
degree. He has been a tenured full
professor at the University of
Maryland Law School and at
Temple University School of Law
(for 11 years), where he taught
standard legal courses and a class
in comparative Judaic law.
Prof. Schreiber is a founder of
the Bar-Ilan University Law
School. He was a tenured profes-
sor of law there, teaching torts
and family law. He was appointed
by the president of Israel to the
Council for Higher Education.
Dr. Schreiber is the author of

Jewish Law and Decision-
Making: A Study Through Time,
Jurisprudence: A Contemporary
Approach, a family law casebook

and a torts casebook for Israeli
law students and has published
numerous articles in the Univer-

sity of Pennsylvania Law Review,
the Journal of Law and Computer
Technology, the Virginia Law Re-
view, and the Jewish Law Journal
(Dinei Y israel) of Tel Aviv Uni-

versity Law School.
The lecture is open to the pub-
lic. There is no charge. For infor-
mation, call the Lubavitch Cen-
ter, 548-2666.

Lockman Heads ADL

Attorney Stuart M. Lockman
was elected president of the
Michigan Regional Advisory
Board of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith.
Elected or re-elected with
Lockman were: Robert J. Gordon,
Deena Lockman, Dr. Laurence
Miller, George Nyman, Linda
Soberman and Betty Goodman of
Lansing, vice presidents; David
Wallace, secretary; and Kenneth
Konop, treasurer. Some 60 others
were elected to various terms of
Board Membership.
Lockman called for focusing on
Jewish community concerns,
internal matters within ADL and
the Jewish community; the need
for fund-raising to support ADL
and other Jewish organizations,
and a major outreach program to
various other ethnic com-
munities. He noted, however, that
one of ADL's strengths, fact-
finding on extremist and anti-
democratic groups, was also a
matter of critical concern, "given
that there is a growth of new and
more extreme hate groups than
perhaps ever before."

Stuart Lockman

Peter M. Alter, retiring as the
group's president after two years,
noted the "pluses and minuses" of
the current state of Jewish con-
cerns.
"On the one hand, the tfuhrer' of
a Nazi group in a local high school
is elected to student government,
and Jewish kids there are ex-

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