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January 16, 1987 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-16

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Prof. J. David Bleich of New
York is scheduled to address a
gathering of judges, attorneys
and physicians on Sunday in
the Bloomfield Hills home of
Dr. and Mrs. Irvin Gastman.
Michigan Court of Appeals
Judge John Shepherd is the
chairman of the program.
The lecture is the first of the
1987 series of the Irwin I. Cohn
Memorial Lectures in Tal-
mudic Law, which was founded
by the Lubavitch Foundation
of Michigan. The lecture series
committee includes Chairman,
Judge Avern Cohn; and Judges
Charles Kaufman, Nathan
Kaufman, Richard Kaufman,
Joseph Pernick, Michael
Stacey, Hilda Gage and Helene
White.
Prof. Bleich will speak on:
"Ethical Implications of the
New Reproductive Tech-
niques; Perspectives of Jewish
Law on the Legal, Medical and
Ethical Problems of Surrogate
Mothers, In Vitro Fertiliza-
tion, Etc."
The physicians committee
for the lecture is headed by Dr.
Sanford Cohen, provost of
Wayne State University.
Other committee members are:
Drs. Laurence Baker, Louis
Balkany (Toledo), Jason Bod-
zin, Arnold L. Brown, George
Dean, Howard Jacobs, Robert
Jampell, Jerome Kasle (Flint),
James Labes, Michael
Lehman, Harris Mainster,
Bernard Mandelbaum, Eugene

Plous, Jack Shapiro, Robert
Starr, David Susser and How-
ard Weissman.
The lunch-lecture is by invi-
tation only.
Dr. Bleich is professor of
Talmud at Yeshiva Univer-
sity, professor of Jewish law
and ethics at the Cardozo
School of Law in New York,
and rabbi of the Yorkville
Synagogue in New York City.
He has taught at Hunter Col-
lege, Rutgers University and
Bar-Ilan University.
He was a Woodrow Wilson
Fellow, and a post-doctoral fel-
low at the Hastings Institute
for Ethics, Society and the Life
Sciences. Prof. Bleich is the
past chairman of the commit-
tee on medical ethics estab-
lished by the New York Jewish
Federation, a contributor to
the Encyclopedia of Bioethics,
and a member of the bioethics
committees of the Hospital for
Joint Diseases and Medical\
Center and Metropolitan Hos-
pital.
Dr. Bleich also is the author
of Contemporary Halakhic (
(Jewish Law) Problems, editor
(with Dr. Fred Rosner) of
Jewish Bioethics, and a con-
tributor to journals of Jewish `-<1
law, of jurisprudence and of
medicine.
For information, call Rabbi
Yitschak, M. Kagan, lecture
series co-ordinator, at the
Lubavitch Foundation, 737-
7000.

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