French rabbi; born at Westhausen, Alsace, May 2, 1845. He received his education at the lyceum at Strasburg and at the Rabbinical Seminary, Paris, becoming rabbi at Saint-Etienne in 1870, chief rabbi of Vesoul in 1888, and chief rabbi of the consistory of Epinal in 1896.
Schuhl is the author of: "Sentences et Proverbes du Talmud et du Midrasch," Paris, 1878; "Superstitions et Coutumes Populaires du Judaïsme Contemporain," ib. 1882; "Les Préventions des Romains Contre la Religion Juive," ib. 1882; and "Nos Usages Religieux," ib. 1896.