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The Institute for Research in Jewish Law was the proud winner of the “Katz Prize for the Implementation of Halakcha in Modern Life”

The Institute for Research in Jewish Law was the proud winner of the “Katz Prize for the Implementation of Halakcha in Modern Life”

July 19, 2018

The Institute for Research in Jewish Law was the proud winner of the “Katz Prize for the Implementation of Halakcha in Modern Life” for the year 2018. This prize was awarded to the Institute for Research in Jewish Law for its years of work in the field of research of Jewish Law, its connection to modern law in general, and to Israeli law specifically.

Together with the institute the prize was awarded to Rabbi Asher Zelig Weiss, and Rabbi Yehuda Hertzel Henkin and Rabbi Joseph Tzevi Rimon.

Regulation of Virtual Currencies

Location: 
Room 501, The Maiersdorf Faculty Club, Mount Scopus Campus, Jerusalem
Sun, 22/04/2018 - 16:00

 

The Cyber Center, in cooperation with Shibolet & Co. Law Firm, is launching a forum for the discussion of issues relating to law and cyber. The goal of the forum is to bring together researchers, attorneys, regulators, and representatives from industry in order to engage in brainstorming on current challenges.

The second meeting of the forum will discuss the regulation of electronic currencies.

The meetings are held in Hebrew.