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Isaac M. Jaroslawicz

Isaac Jaroslawicz Profile

Isaac M. Jaroslawicz

       Isaac M. Jaroslawicz is the Executive Director and Director of Legal Affairs for the Aleph Institute, a not-for-profit national organization that provides religious, educational, advocacy and humanitarian services to nearly 4,000 Jewish men and women in federal and state prisons across the country, approximately 2,500 Jewish men and women serving in America's armed forces here and abroad - and to their approximately 25,000 spouses, children and parents left behind. Aleph's Center for Halacha and American Law also develops unique educational materials for the general public on Torah ethics and values.
       Mr. Jaroslawicz joined Aleph after a successful legal career in New York and Florida with the law firm of Weil, Gotshal & Manges. He graduated magna cum laude from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he clerked as an Alexander Judicial Fellow in the chambers of the Hon. Robert W. Sweet, United States District Judge for the Southern District of New York, and was a member of the Cardozo Criminal Law Clinic under the tutelage of Barry Scheck, Esq. Isaac also served as a member of both the Law Review and Moot Court Board, received the Felix Frankfurter Faculty Award and Jacob Burns Scholastic Medal, was inducted into the Order of Barristers and was a Regional Champion in both the National Moot Court and National Trial Competitions.
       In his recent years with Aleph, Isaac has become recognized as one of this country's foremost authorities on: (1) the application of the United States Sentencing Guidelines; and (2) legal issues surrounding religious expression in institutional environments.
       He presently resides in Florida with his wife, Shoshana, and two children and rarely regrets leaving the world of complex commercial litigation.

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