As we near the launch of the fall course, "Medicine and Morals," JLI is obtaining endorsements for the course from top lawyers, doctors, professors and medical ethicists. Amongst others, the course has been endorsed by Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Health and Human Services, The Hon. Tevi Troy and over 30 prominent academics. This course has been described as "a fascinating and engaging tour of the subject of Jewish medical ethics" as well as one which "brings a framework of understanding to some of the most difficult medical ethics questions we face." These endorsements go a long way to both attest to the level of professionalism of the course and attract prospective students. "Medicine and Morals" is being offered for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) and Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit and therefore has the ability to attract a more academic and professional crowd.