Harman has been a practicing lawyer for 38 years – the last 30 as an in-house litigator for Johnson & Johnson. He has handled complex commercial and intellectual property cases around the United States, in Europe, and Israel. He is also an experienced Jewish educator, and has taught various Melton courses for over a decade. He was educated at Princeton, Hebrew University, Harvard Law School, and most recently, the Jewish Theological Seminary, where he earned a master’s in Jewish education. He is an avid, but not very fast, cyclist and a passionate Stephen Sondheim fan. Harman lives in Teaneck, NJ, with his wife, Adina.