New Dayanus Course Opens By Acclaimed Program

Rabbi Nachman Wilhelm of Machon Lehoraa Online School has started a new program for highly motivated individuals seeking to achieve dayanus.

Machon Lehoraa Online Smicha, led by Rabbi Nachman Wilhelm for over 15 years, is opening a new dayanus class with evening Shiurim, to enable more individuals to master and achieve dayanus.

As in its other courses, the program will offer live interactive classes alongside charts, special Shiurim with guest Dayanim, and other tools and resources to enhance the learning experience. Joining the course will also give you access to the special Kitzurim written by Rabbi Wilhelm on these Halachos and other sections of Choshen Mishpat. 

The course is expected to last 2.5 years, offering flexible hours of classes and is adjusted to make it an achievable goal to anyone wishing to join. The course covers the main topics of foundational areas in Choshen Mishpat, as well as some very contemporary topics.

Rabbi Mendel Schneerson shares: “I was searching for a platform to learn Dayanus. I decided I’d give Machon Lehoraa Online Smicha a try. What influenced me was Rabbi Wilhelm’s ability to encapsulate difficult issues within a short period of time. Harav Wilhelm has a knack of giving a complete overview of the material in a clear and concise fashion and the tools grasp the intricate language and nuances. His clear and succinct methods make it easy to memorize the Shulchan Aruch intermingled with actual halachic issues you hear about day to day.”

Rabbi Yisroel Geisinsky, Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshiva Torah Ohr Miami, shares similar points: “This program is highly recommended just for Rabbi Wilhelm’s passion and genuine (contagious!) Geshmak in Torah, which “bubbles” out naturally whenever he shares anything, whether it’s a delicate complicated Svara, or an amusing insightful anecdote, It’s always an inspiration and a pleasure.”

For more information and to enroll please email [email protected] or visit

Guest Shiur with Rabbi Kalmenson: 

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