Temple University Beasley School of Law
Jewish Law Students Association
2021-2022 Leadership
Joshua Fisher
Co-PresidentHometown: Huntingdon Valley, PA
Born to immigrants from the soviet union, Josh grew up in the Philadelphia suburbs. He attended Temple University on a full academic scholarship as a Law Scholar and Honors Student, graduating Cum Laude with an accounting degree. Over the next 5 years Josh acquired his CPA license and worked as a tax accountant at Grant Thornton. He also served JNFuture’s board for 3 years. In 2019, Josh returned to Temple for law school, again on a full scholarship, hoping to someday practice Anti-Trust Law.
Stephen Kerstein
Co-PresidentHometown: Penn Valley, PA
I graduated from Indiana University-Bloomington, where I majored in Law and Public Policy. In college I was Vice President for Indiana University Hillel. After graduating in 2019, I went straight through to law School at Temple. In addition to JLSA, I also serve on the board of Temple's American Constitution Society and am a Staff Editor for the Temple Law Review. I plan on becoming a plaintiff's attorney with a focus on Antitrust Litigation.
Stephen Kerstein
Co-PresidentHometown:

I graduated from Indiana University-Bloomington,where I majored in Law and Public Policy. In college I was Vice President for Indiana University Hillel. After graduating in 2019, I went straight through to law School at Temple. In addition to JLSA, I also serve on the board of Temple's American Constitution Society and am a Staff Editor for the Temple Law Review. I plan on becoming a plaintiff's attorney with a focus on Antitrust Litigation.

Natan Yakov
Co-PresidentHometown: Philadelphia, PA
Natan is a second-year law student at Temple University Beasley School of Law. He received his BA from the University of Pennsylvania, where he majored in political science and minored in legal studies and history. At Penn, Natan was the chapter founder of Students Supporting Israel, co-founder of Penn Billiards, and a member of Alphi Phi Omega and Pi Sigma Alpha. He volunteered at weekly soup kitchens and nutritional programs at a local elementary school. Natan is fluent in Hebrew and loves to read, write, and draw. In 2015, he self-published a children's novel, "North for the Winter."
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September 3, 2021
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August 19, 2021
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