Posted on: Wednesday October 20, 2021

The Rabbinical Assembly takes very seriously its members’ obligation to hold to the highest ethical standards. To that end, the RA has established a Code of Conduct and procedures for its ethics committee, the Va’ad Hakavod, to investigate ethical complaints against rabbis. If a rabbi is determined to have violated the Code, the Va’ad Hakavod is empowered to impose appropriate sanctions. If you have an ethical concern about a member of the Rabbinical Assembly, we encourage you to inform the Va’ad Hakavod. Its email address is

Code of Conduct: To view the RA Code of Conduct, click here. The Code of Conduct is available in English, Hebrew, and Spanish. Please note that at the end of the Code of Conduct there is a section titled Va'ad Hakavod Guidelines, which describes the procedures of the Va’ad HaKavod.

Committee: A list of the members of the Va’ad HaKavod can be found here.

Revision Process: The Rabbinical Assembly is currently engaged in a process of updating our Code and procedures. For more information about that process, click here.

Information regarding Rabbis who have been suspended or expelled due to violations of the Rabbinical Assembly Code of Conduct can be found here.