For Tobi Kahn tikkun olam looks like a city awash in deep blue, its interior reflecting the heavens, its slot like a mailbox to God.
A federal judge wrote that disfavoring an applicant because she is Jewish would “fly in the face” of the Constitution.
“This is a real look at the way Jews are treated today in the justice system.”
During the Days of Judgment, incongruously, God leaves the throne of judgement for the throne of mercy.
Booker has “studied the Torah since I was 20 years old and had a really good Afro.”
In the Jewish pursuit of tikkun olam, we must work to create a more just legal system in America.
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These rabbis say it is time to see the death penalty for what it is: not as justice gone awry, but a symptom of injustice as status quo.
A Maryland lawyer tapped to fill the No. 2 position at the U.S. Justice Department was expected to face tough questions from a Senate panel on Tuesday about how he would handle an investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The more Jewish Israel is, the more democratic it will become, the nation’s justice minister wrote in a new journal. The legal system in Israel should strengthen its Jewish nature, Ayelet Shaked wrote in the inaugural issue of the Hebrew language policy journal Hashiloach, published by the Tikva Fund. “When we wish…