I have recorded a series of lectures on (most of) the folios of the fourth Perek of Sanhedrin (current Day Yomi) for the בית הוועד לענייני משפט. The lectures are between twenty and thirty minutes long; each discusses a particular topic in Hoshen Mishpat or Even Ha’Ezer in considerable detail, and is rooted, to a greater or lesser degree, in the text of one particular folio.
- 32 – “To Each According To His Needs”: Pesharah as a Principle of Equity
- 33 – Appealing a Judicial Verdict
- 34 – Female Judges
- 36 – The Legitimacy of Compassion as an Influence on Judicial Decisions
- 37 – “Umdena”: The Acceptability Of Circumstantial Evidence
- 38 – The Uniqueness Of Adam’s Individual Descendants: Utilizing Blood Types & DNA Evidence for the Determination of Identity & Paternity
- 39 – Stealing with Intent to Repay
- The lecture on Folio 35 is not by me, although it is currently misidentified as such.