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Rabbi Ephraim Glatt

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Rabbi Ephraim Glatt, Esq. is the Assistant to the Rabbi at Young Israel of Kew Gardens Hills. A sought after Maggid Shiur, Rabbi Glatt gives many Shiurim at YIKGH, and throughout the KGH neighborhood. He is the author of Tiferes Ephraim (Machon Kiryas Sefer, 2020), which analyzes the laws of Jewish holidays. Rabbi Glatt is also an attorney at Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP. His practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, and he represents clients in a broad range of matters in both state and federal court, including insurance, real estate, contract, employment, financial, and procedural law. Rabbi Glatt received his B.A. from Yeshiva College in 2006, his Semicha from RIETS in 2009, and his J.D. from Cardozo School of Law in 2012.

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