We live in an era where many of us cross borders by land, sea or air. Our four guests: a law professor, a lawyer and two experts in multi-cultural dialogue have faced the challenge of being “strangers in a strange land,” and have discovered the importance of dialogue as the way to develop mutual rewarding relationships in their work and private lives. Join us for a conversation as they reflect on their personal journeys on how to live and work across boundaries.
Monday, November 12, 2018
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Fordham Law School | Room 2-01A
150 W 62nd Street, New York, NY
Rabbi Tsvi Blanchard
Meyer Struckmann Professor of Jewish Law at Humboldt Faculty of Law in Berlin and scholar in residence at the Institute on Law, Religion and Lawyer’s Work at Fordham Law School.
Director and co-founder of The Forum for the Empowerment of Women in the Legal Profession; she is a candidate for a Doctorate in Juridical Science at Fordham School of Law.
Co-Director of the International Office for Interreligious Dialogue, Focolare Movement (Italy) and visiting Professor at University Institute Sophia (Italy), and Asus (Accademia di Scienze Umane e Sociali), (Italy).
Co-Director of the International Centre for Interreligious Dialogue of the Focolare Movement (Rome); she teaches Interreligious Dialogue and the role of women in building peace at the Lateran Centre of Higher Studies (Rome).
The Institute on Religion, Law & Lawyer’s Work
aims to help practicing lawyers and law students in their efforts to live integrated lives of faith in the context of the challenges of legal practice, and to promote dialogue on issues related to religion and law. It sponsors national and local interfaith conferences, lectures, and programs on religion, spirituality, and legal practice.