EDWARD S. RUDOFSKY P.C. APPOINTED GENERAL COUNSEL OF THE UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF CONSERVATIVE JUDAISM
New York, NY, January 6, 2015: Edward S. Rudofsky P.C. Appointed General Counsel of The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
Ed succeeds Scott Kaplan, Esq., of Atlanta, Georgia, in this role.
The General Counsel is responsible for advising the President, senior professional managers, and lay leaders of the United Synagogue on the myriad of legal issues which the organization faces on a daily basis.
Ed, who has held numerous leadership positions, is currently also the Chair of the USCJ Committee on Kehilla Affiliations & Standards and one of the United Synagogue's lay representatives to the Rabbinical Assembly Committee on Jewish Law and Standards
He is the author of The Role of the Synagogue Board in the Employment of the Rabbi (MetNY 2007)
Revised Standards for Congregational Practice (CJ Magazine, 2007),
and Conservative Judaism 101: A Primer for New Members (And Practically Everyone Else) (SHJC, 2008-2011);
the principal reviser of The USCJ Guide to Contractual Relations (2010); and the co-author of the Guide to the USCJ Standards & Expectations (2013).
The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism is an association of over 600 Conservative Jewish institutions in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean Islands.
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