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Andrew Gross of Dallas is a medical negligence lawyer, representing injured patients. He received an M.D. from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and did a residency in cardiothoracic surgery at Downstate Medical Center. After practicing medicine for several years, he earned a J.D. at Seton Hall University School of Law. He has practiced law for 15 years in Dallas and has won many large settlements and verdicts. He and his wife, Ann, have three children, Rachel, 25, and twins Michael ’12 and Dana, 20. Rachel graduated from Boston University and is now a law student at South Texas College of Law in Houston. Michael is a pre-med at Brandeis. Dana  is a junior at Rice University in Houston and is a psychology major/pre-med.

Steven London and his wife, Paula, were honored at the annual Boston area Jewish National Fund Golf Tournament in July 2010. They are board members with JNF and Hadassah. The event benefited the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies, which prepares future Arab and Jewish leaders to work together to solve the region’s environmental challenges.

David Kraemer
is the Joseph J. and Dora Abbell Librarian and Professor of Talmud and Rabbinics at the 
Jewish Theological Seminary. In his scholarship, David is particularly interested in literary analysis of rabbinic literature, rabbinic ritual, and the social and religious history of Jews in late antiquity.

Lori Lefkovitz
has been named the inaugural holder of the Ruderman Professorship of Jewish Studies at Northeastern University and the director of Northeastern’s Jewish studies program. Before going to Northeastern in August 2010, Lori was the Sadie Gottesman and Arlene Gottesman Reff Professor of Gender and Judaism at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College and the founding director of the college’s Kolot: The Center for Jewish Women’s and Gender Studies. 
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