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THE ROHR
JEWISH LEARNING INSTITUTE

Serving learning centers in over 900 communities and on the internet, the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute (JLI) is the world's preeminent provider of Jewish learning. JLI's mission is to make Jewish learning accessible and personally meaningful to every Jew, regardless of background or affiliation. JLI's insightful curricula utilizes cutting-edge pedagogic techniques, embracing the multiple intelligence model and utilizing multimedia and an array of approaches to engage, educate, and inspire all kinds of minds in a dynamic Jewish learning experience. There is an AHA! moment in every lesson.

JLI FLAGSHIP PROGRAM

Founded in 1998, JLI's flagship program continues to operate in over 350 locations worldwide offering three 6 week courses per year on an array of topics including Jewish ethics, Jewish mysticism and philosophy, Jewish history and culture, and Jewish belief and practice. JLI's courses are accredited for continuing legal and medical education and all courses offer CEU credits. We have 15 locations on Long Island to make quality Jewish learning available to every Jew who wants to learn.

ENDORSEMENTS
& TESTIMONIALS


I strongly support
this Rohr JLI course,
as information is our defense against the repetition of history, and keeping memory
alive is our moral obligation.
Simon Wiesenthal, AH
I found the Rohr JLI course You Be The Judge fascinating. If my first-year students had been exposed to this material before
starting law school, they
would be better prepared for
the rigors of the Socratic method.
Professor Alan M. Dershowitz,

Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law, Harvard Law School