David Wolfson

February 11, 2013

Being Jewish means living within an on-going argument governed by two Talmudic concepts: lishma – all learning is intrinsically valuable, regardless of practical application; teiku – not every dispute need be resolved. My Judaism thrives on the continuing dialectic between words on a page and life as it is lived.

David Wolfson is a QC at One Essex Court. He specialises in banking and finance law

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