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Rabbi Norman Lamm

Rabbi Norman Lamm — distinguished philosopher, teacher, spiritual leader and author — was elected president of Yeshiva University in August, 1976, succeeding Dr. Samuel Belkin and Dr. Bernard Revel. He was the University’s third president and the first native-born American to head the nation’s oldest and most...

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Mr. Andrew Lauer

Andrew “Avi” Lauer serves as Yeshiva University’s vice president for legal affairs, secretary and general counsel. In this capacity, Mr. Lauer is responsible for all legal matters pertaining to Yeshiva and its affiliates within the United States and abroad. Mr. Lauer also serves as counsel to President Richard Joel. Prior to...

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Rabbi Dr. Daniel Lerner

A passionate educator and dynamic orator, Rabbi Dr. Daniel Lerner’s unique blend of wit, wisdom, and spirit has endeared him to audiences throughout North America, Israel, Australia, and South Africa. He is currently the Rabbi of Pikesville Jewish Congregation and on the faculty of Yeshiva University. Rabbi Lerner received his...

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Dr. Michelle Levine

Dr. Michelle Levine is an associate professor of Bible at Stern College for Women at Yeshiva University. She holds a BA from Brooklyn College, an MS in Bible from the Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies, and a PhD in medieval biblical exegesis from New York University. Dr. Levine also studied at Michlalah Teacher’s...

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Dr. Michael Lipton

Born in Boston and raised in upstate New York and Southern California, Dr. Lipton entered the Six-Year Liberal Arts – Medicine Program at Boston University in 1983. The program, designed to develop humanistic physicians, channeled students toward the liberal arts and clinical medicine. Dr. Lipton minored in Spanish literature...

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