An Interview With The First Hasidic Woman Elected To Public Office In The U.S.
In September, attorney and Hasidic community activist Rachel Freier won a contested primary for a civil court judgeship in Brooklyn’s 5th Judicial District. Freier easily carried the November general election, and this week she took her seat on the bench as a civil court judge. Freier, who attended Touro College and Brooklyn Law School, is the first Hasidic Jewish woman to hold elected office in the United States. Prior to… Read More »An Interview With The First Hasidic Woman Elected To Public Office In The U.S.