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Rabbi Benjamin Mintz

Rabbi Benjamin Mintz is a Professor of Law at Catholic University in Washington, DC, where he teaches employment law, administrative law, law and public policy, professional responsibility, torts, and Jewish law. A graduate of Columbia Law School, he received rabbinical ordination from Yeshiva University. Rabbi Mintz is a frequent lecturer and teacher on Jewish scholarly subjects, mostly related to the Hebrew Bible, and he was awarded the Foundation for Jewish Studies' Master Teacher Award in 1997.

Rabbi Mintz was born in Wisconsin, grew up in New York City, and has been a resident of Washington, DC since1959. He served as a United States government attorney for more than 20 years, completing his government service as chief attorney of the Occupational Safety and Health Division of the United States Department of Labor during the first decade of the OSHA program's existence. He has written extensively on OSHA, including one textbook, OSHA: History, Law and Policy.

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