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Justice & Politics: A Conversation Between Paul Fishman and Rabbi Kulwin

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On Thursday, May 25, at 7:30 PM , the community is welcome to join us for a TBA Congregational Leaning program, Justice and Politics: A Conversation Between Paul Fishman and Rabbi Kulwin, at Temple B'nai Abraham.

Passionately devoted to justice, and one of the most respected legal figures in New Jersey, the former US Attorney for New Jersey, Paul Fishman, has spent his career at the intersection of law and politics. A forthright prosecutor, he has a deep and nuanced understanding of law enforcement and the criminal justice system, as well as the news now dominating our attention.

A New Jersey native and Montclair resident, Fishman is a graduate of Princeton and Harvard Law School. After a judicial clerkship he served as an Assistant US Attorney in New Jersey, then deputy chief and chief of the criminal division of the New Jersey office. From 1994 to 1997 he was a senior adviser to Attorney General Janet Reno, and then spent 12 years in private practice before his appointment by President Barack Obama as US Attorney for New Jersey. He resigned from that position earlier this year.

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