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  • Description

    According to Jewish law, it is a requirement to settle legal disputes in the rabbinical, rather than secular courts. Known as a Beit Din, rabbinical courts are dictated by rules and procedures that most attorneys are unfamiliar with. This CLE course will explain how to navigate the rabbinical court system, how to craft arbitration agreements, the rules of marriage and divorce and the relationship between the rabbinical and secular court system in enforcing judgments.

  • Instructor Bio

    Martin Friedlander

    Martin E. Friedlander has practiced family and matrimonial law for over eighteen years. He started his career working for Jeffrey S. Sunshine, Esq. He is currently the principal of Martin Friedlander, PC, with offices in Midtown Manhattan. Mr. Friedlander has been co- chairman of the Family Law Section of the Brooklyn Bar Association and is a member of the Family Law Section of the New York State Bar Association.

    He has lectured extensively on Family Law as well as the interaction between secular and religious law. Mr. Friedlander has handled hundreds of cases through trial and settlement. Mr. Friedlander has appeared regularly with Clients before Supreme Court, Family Court and 1st, 2nd and 3rd Department Appellate Division.

    He has also appeared before Rabbinical Courts and has handled the confirmation process as well as Motions to Disaffirm in Supreme Court. Mr. Friedlander is a graduate of Brooklyn Law School. He has received a degree in Advanced Talmudic Law from Yeshiva Torah Vodath and Rabbinical Ordination from Rabbi A. Pam. Mr. Friedlander’s charitable work includes his involvement with Project Witness, Holocaust remembrance project, as well as for Yichud, an organization assisting children with special needs.