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 Deep End: Parshat Va’eira

How can we build up our self confidence?

G-d Plans, Man Ponders: Parshat Vayigash

What can we learn from Judah’s epic confirmation with Joseph?

Chanukah At the White House: Parshat Mikeitz

What lesson can we learn from the White House Chanukah party?

It Takes One To Tango: Chanukah

What can we learn from the conversation between Judah and Tamar?

Your Money or Your Life?: Parshat Vayishlach

Why did Jacob return for some small, seemingly worthless vessels?

#Thankful: Parshat Vayetzei

Don't celebrate Thanksgiving only once a year.

The Reminder: Parshat Toldot

Has Isaac’s blessing to Esau haunted or assisted the Jewish people?

Bless You: Parshat Chayei Sarah

What is the unusual source of the blessing that a Jewish father gives to his daughter on her wedding day?

The Abraham Accords: Parshat Vayeira

Why are the Abraham Accords so aptly named? And is there more to come?

Silence of the Flood: Parshat Noach

How painful was the Flood for the inhabitants of the world and why does it matter?

Happy Wife, Wealthy Husband: Parshat Bereishit

The better we treat others, the better G-d treats us.

Hoshana Rabbah: The Hidden Holiday

The last day of Sukkos is the last chance to secure a good judgement for the upcoming year. Don’t miss the opportunity....

Class Action: Yom Kippur

You have the opportunity to represent those who are similarly situated

Harry’s Video Blog – Widening the Circle: Rosh Hashana

The world changed dramatically this year. How should that influence our high holiday prayers?

Justice, Justice, You Shall Pursue: Parshat Shoftim

“Justice, justice, you shall pursue” is a very famous phrase. But what does it mean?

Grace After Meals: Parshat Eikev

Why is it so important to make blessings before and after eating?

Priorities: Parshat Mattot-Masei

What can we learn from the connection between the negligent killer and the High Priest?