770 Hosts Largest Dayanus, Semicha Completion Celebration Yet

Following the recent revitalization and growth of 770’s Dayanus and Semicha programs, 110 new Dayanim and Rabbanim were installed in an elaborate celebration, including a father, shliach Rabbi Yisroel Fried, and his two sons.

Following the recent revitalization and growth of 770’s Dayanus and Semicha programs; mesaimim, proud family members, and the Yeshiva’s hanhala joined together for the annual event in celebration of the ordination of 110 new Dayanim and Rabbanim. Among them were a father, shliach Rabbi Yisroel Fried, and his two sons, one for semicha and one for dayanus.

Addressing the participants were Shliach and Chief Rabbi of Ecuador, Rabbi Mendy Fried, a mesayem of the Dayanus program, who delivered a Devar Malchus; meishiv of the Semicha program, Rabbi Yaakov Gurwitz; Mara De’asra and executive member of the Beis Din of Crown Heights, Rabbi Yosef Braun, whose son was among the mesaimim of the Semicha program; Rabbi Kuti Feldman; Mashpia Rabbi Shlomo Zarchi; and Rosh Hayeshiva Rabbi Zalman Labkowski.

Sichos of the Rebbe encouraging the learning of Semicha and Dayanus were played as well. The event was emceed by meishiv of the Dayanus program, Rabbi Ahron Liberow, who also oversees the programs and organized the event.

Before the certificates were distributed, Rabbi Avi Eskinazi, on behalf of the mesaimim of the Dayanus program, presented Rabbi Labkowski and Rabbi Liberow with a set of seforim with the names of those who chipped in for it as a token of appreciation for their dedication to the success and growth of all the talmidim. Rabbi Labkowski was also presented with an acrylic photo of him beside the Rebbe at “mayim shelanu”.

Following the formal event, a farbrengen was held, lasting until the wee hours of the morning, led by Rabbi Zarchi, Rabbi Labkowski, and other member of hanhalah. 

A special teshurah compiling the Rebbe’s sichos, igros, and ma’anos on the learning of Semicha and Dayanus was distributed to all attendees. The kuntres was published by the Yeshiva and compiled primarily by Rabbi Yisrolik Brendler, a mesayem of the Semicha program.

The programs are renowned for their comprehensiveness and advanced learning skills and commitment required for completion. The prestigious Dayanus program covers most major parts of all four sections of the Shulchan Aruch, completed over thousands of hours and years of study, and culminates with receiving Semicha in the entire Shulchan Aruch “Yoreh Yoreh Yadin Yadin”.

The Dayanus program curriculum includes the following Halachos:

Orach Chaim: Krias Sefer Torah, Netilas Yadaim, Betzias Hapas, Brachos Shebiseudah, Mayim Achronim, Birkas Hamazon, Birkas Hapeiros, Seder Birkas Hanehenin, Shabbos and Eiruvin.

Yoreh Dei’ah: Melichah, Basar Bechalav, Ta’arovos, Ma’achalei Akum, Hechsher Keilim, Nosen Ta’am Lipgam, Ribbis and Mikvaos.

Even Ha’ezer: Priyah Urviah (Yuchsin and Agunos), Kiddushin and Gittin.

Choshen Mishpat: Dayanim, Eidus, Toen Venitan and Nachalos.

As well as portions of various seforim relevant to the above topics.

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