Indiana CLE - Religious Law Courses

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  • Witches and Guns: The Intersection Between Wicca and The Second Amendment

    The issue of religion as it coexists with legal issue is thorny. This CLE course will explore the overlap between the basic principles of the Wiccan religion and the Second Amendment. The course will explain the significance of the relationship between the two as well as provide a clarifying philosophical background. The course will then delve into specific topics and their potential application to practice areas. A unique and fascinating look at a typically ignored topic, the course w... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Reasonable Accommodations for Employees Religious Beliefs Under Title VII

    Legally, employers are required to accommodate the religious beliefs of their employees. But what does this right, ensured by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act actually require? How do we ensure legal compliance? This comprehensive CLE course will explain the compliance requirements under Title VII and how the interactive process differs from that of the ADA. The course will explain the potential pitfalls that might derail compliance efforts and tips and strategies to prevent non-compl... More Info

    1.1General Credits
  • Custody Decisions: When God and Culture Have a Say

    Custody matters are always tricky. Adding issues of culture and religion into the equation only complicates matters. This CLE course will offer an analysis of custody cases characterized by issues of culture and religion and how these differences are exhibited by the two parents. The course will review both case law and psychological protocols typically used to understand the factors that a court will likely consider and the importance it will attribute in handling these issues. More Info

    1General Credit
  • New York’s Brand-New Power of Attorney

    Recently new Power of Attorney laws came into effect. In this comprehensive CLE course, Elizabeth Forspan, Esq. of Forspan Klear LLP will explain the primary changes to the POA form and how to plan in accordance with these new changes. The course will review key items to include when preparing new Power of Attorney forms. More Info

    1General Credit
  • Hot Topics in Beth Din Jurisprudence

    In Rabbinical Court, arbitrators must resolve contemporary disputes through the application of centuries-old doctrines of Jewish law within the context of new legal and commercial issues. This CLE course will present how defamation claims and intellectual property litigation is navigated by the Rabbinical courts (batei din) under these parameters. More Info

    1General Credit
  • The Beth Din of America and Agunah Prevention

    The issue of pre-nuptial agreements in Jewish marriages is typically meant as prevention of agunahs (where a husband’s unwillingness to participate in the divorce process traps women in marriages against their will). This CLE course will present the detailed discussions of the Beth Din of America agreement process as well as the newer documents created by other rabbinical courts. The course will also explain the case law that has emerged as a result of the Beth Din of America’s enforcement of... More Info

    1General Credit
  • The Rabbinical Court in the American Legal System: Procedures & Processes

    This panel discussion covers a myriad of topics relating to the adjudication of cases in arbitrations before rabbinical courts.  Topics include enforcement of beit din (rabbinical court) awards in court, constitutional challenges to beit din adjudication of cases, and choice of law issues in beit din. More Info

    1.4General Credits
  • Religion and Estate Planning

    While it may seem unlikely, a client’s religious beliefs may be a factor in planning his or her estate. Along with their goals, values, morals, and principles, a person’s religious beliefs are a factor in creating a customized estate plan. Given that a recent poll, 37% of respondents classified themselves as “highly religious” and in that same year donated upwards of $127 billion in support of religious causes and organizations, this impacts a considerable number of people. This CLE co... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Does Jewish Law Like Lawyers? Building a Just Legal System

    While there is no shortage of modern texts of legal ethics, there is another source for codes of responsibility that goes back centuries. In fact, ancient Jewish legal texts contain crucial lessons in attorney behavior. In this CLE course, Professor Michael Avi Helfand, Esq. of Pepperdine University School of Law analyzes these sources and offers an ancient, and yet new perspective on today’s legal ethics. More Info

    1Ethics Credit
  • How Rabbinical Court Cases are Decided

    A Beit Din (Rabbinical court of law) operates under the legal system of Biblical law, which involves examination of both ancient and modern texts. In this CLE course, a well-known rabbinical court judge and director of Beth Din of America, New York’s rabbinical court, will explain the relevance of secular law to these proceedings. The course uses an actual case arbitrated and mediated through Beit Din to explain the process and the procedural issues of the Beit Din court. More Info

    1.3General Credits
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