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Rabbi Itamar Rosensweig

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Rabbi Itamar Rosensweig is a maggid shiur at Yeshiva University and a dayan at the Beth Din of America. He received his semikhah, Yoreh Yoreh and Yadin Yadin, from RIETS, where he was a fellow of the Wexner Kollel Elyon and Editor-in-Chief of the Beit Yitzchak Journal of Talmudic and Halakhic Studies. He received his BA in physics and philosophy from Yeshiva University, an MA in medieval Jewish history from YU’s Bernard Revel Graduate School and an MA in philosophy from Columbia University. Rabbi Rosensweig studied Talmud with Rabbi Aharon Lichtenstein at Yeshivat Har Etzion and the history of halakha with Professor Haym Soloveitchik at Yeshiva University. He studied for over a decade with his father, Rabbi Michael Rosensweig. Previously, he taught an advanced Talmud shiur at Columbia University’s Kraft Center. Rabbi Rosensweig is also the resident scholar at Cong. Ahavath Torah in Englewood, NJ and teaches Jewish Business Law and Ethics at YU’s Sy Syms School of Business.

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