As the oldest independent college of Jewish studies in North America, Gratz is committed to promoting the tradition of ongoing Jewish learning, as well as meeting the needs of Jewish professionals. Judaism is a culture based on Halacha (law). Its sacred texts contain ordinances for nearly every facet of life. Gratz’s Continuing Legal Education programs are an opportunity to study one of the earliest bodies of law known to humanity and compare it to the modern American justice system.
Gratz College CLE courses span all areas of practice, and many seminars include ethics credit. Eminent attorneys are invited to speak on topics of current interest along with Gratz professors in a heimishe (friendly) yet academic and dynamic environment. Some participants have remarked that Gratz CLEs remind them of their best law school experiences. Most CLE programs take place in the Tuttleman Library at Gratz College on the Mandell Campus in Melrose Park, PA. Here, the breakfast and free parking are just an added bonus.
Gratz College is a private, independent PA CLE accredited provider.
Gratz College welcomes all CLE participants, regardless of religious affiliation.