Harav Levi Langer

Rabbi Levi Langer grew up in Brooklyn, New York. He attended Yeshiva Ner Israel and Beth Medrash Govoha in Lakewood where he received his rabbinic ordination and was a three- time winner of  the Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture award for Talmudic analysis . While in Lakewood he delivered advanced lectures in Talmud and Shulchan Aruch to kollel scholars, as well as in-depth classes on Nach to advanced students.  Since moving to Pittsburgh twenty years ago he has led the beis hamedrash study program, keeping it  spirited and erudite, and has served as the address for people with all sorts of Torah questions — from practical halacha to Tanach and Gemara to the more arcane reaches of the Torah spectrum. He has delivered classes in the Kollel and elsewhere to both men and women on halacha, Nach, Jewish  thought, prayer, Jewish figures in history, contemporary issues and many other topics. He  has lectured in hospitals to physicians on  medical ethics  and is a co-author of a medical ethics paper for the American Thoracic Society.