Harry’s Video Blog

Harry Rothenberg, Esq., a partner at The Rothenberg Law Firm LLP https://www.injurylawyer.com/ and magna cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School and an alumnus Ohr Somayach, is best known for his successes in the courtroom on behalf of victims of catastrophic injury. Harry is equally passionate about speaking on Jewish topics. A sought-after lecturer for his crowd-pleasing talks, Harry’s signature project is this popular weekly video blog about Jewish holidays and the Torah portion of the week.

The Psychopath: Rosh Hashana

A memorable story from a summer long ago.

Great Expectations: Parshat Re’eh

Two seemingly unconnected topics yield a valuable lesson when read together.

Can I Get a Side of Fries With That?: Parshat Eikev

Why does Moses have to tell us twice that he spent 40 days and nights on the mountain without bread or water?

Our Father in Heaven: Parshat Devarim

No matter what difficulty you are facing, G-d does not hate you.

Big Game Hunting: Parshat Pinchas

Have you ever watched an entire movie without knowing the identity of the characters?

The Long Goodbye: Parshat Chukat

Moses delivers a beautiful parting message to his beloved older brother Aaron.

Does G-d Have a Sense of Humor?: Parshat Shelach

Don’t miss one of the most incredible conversations in human history.

Keep Praying: Parshat Naso

Why should we keep praying if the answer has been no?

The Pitch Clock: Parshat Tazria-Metzora

A new rule in baseball and a lesson to remember.

The Middle Seat: Parshat Vayikra

Story time: an uncomfortable seat and a lesson to remember.

Taking the Goats Out for a Spin: Parshat Vayakhel-Pekudei

A missing word leads to a beautiful lesson and a special shout-out.

The Grassy Knoll: Parshat Ki Tisa

Why is there a massive cover-up in this week’s Torah portion?

No Escape: Purim

The Purim story has an incredibly happy ending - for almost everyone…

The Tallis: Parshat Terumah

A chance encounter and a memorable lesson.

I Hate When That Happens: Parshat Beshalach

Don’t miss the joke in this week’s Torah portion.