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January 2, 2000

Rabbi Yissocher Frand to Speak In Miami on January 9, 2000:
Live Internet Feed to be Available

Contact: Isaac Jaroslawicz (305)864-5553, Aleph Institute

The Aleph Institute's Center for Halacha and American Law is proud to present a motivational talk by the world-famous Rabbi and best-selling author, Rabbi Yissocher Frand. His talk, entitled "Every Jew's Job," will address ethics in business, teaching integrity to our children, and our responsibility to sanctify G-d's name in all our affairs.

Rabbi Frand will, iy'H, speak on Sunday, January 9, 2000, at 8pm at the Shul of Bal Harbour, located at 9540 Collins Avenue. General admission is free; reserved seats are available for a suggested donation of $18.00. Front-row sponsor seating is $180.00. In addition, it is anticipated that a live Internet feed of Rabbi Frand's lecture will be carried by "Project Genesis" through its site located at http://www.torah.org. Please check Project Genesis' site for more details.

Rabbi Frand is a Maggid Shiur at the Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Baltimore, Maryland, and the author of two best-selling books, "Listen to Your Messages" and "Rabbi Yissocher Frand in Print." His live lectures draw thousands of listeners, and audiotapes of his lectures are enjoyed by Jews of all backgrounds on four continents. The warmth and wit of his talks are always timely and timeless!

The Center for Halacha and American Law is a part of the Miami-based Aleph Institute, a not-for-profit organization founded in 1981 primarily to provide Jewish inmates and their families with educational, humanitarian and social support. Since its inception, Aleph has significantly expanded its scope of activities through a variety of endeavors and projects such as the creation of the Center.

The Center's general goals and objectives are to enhance the community's appreciation of the requirements of Halacha (Jewish religious law) to conduct all business and personal transactions in accordance with Torah principles, ethics and values, including the obligation under the Halacha to abide by the law of the civil authority. To that end and among other things, the Center presents and disseminates unambiguous Halachic and legal source materials through a variety of media, including distribution of relevant tapes and articles of note, authorship of a regular ethics column in magazines, publication of a Journal of Halacha and American Law, development of High School Torah ethics curricula, and sponsorship of the "Jewish Law" Internet site located at www.jlaw.com.

For additional information about The Center for Halacha and American Law, CLICK HERE, or contact Ira Kasdan via the feedback page, or e-mail imj@aleph-institute.org, or call Isaac Jaroslawicz, Executive Director, Aleph Institute, at (305)864-5553.


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