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The Julis-Rabinowitz Program on Jewish and Israeli Law at the Harvard Law School presents a lunchtime discussion with the Honorable Elyakim Rubinstein (former Deputy President, Supreme Court of Israel):
“Incitement to Violence, Free Speech, and Religious Liberty: Lessons from Israel”
with an introduction by Prof. Noah Feldman (Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law, Harvard Law School)
The lunchtime discussion will take place on Tuesday, November 7 at 12pm, in Lewis 214A.
Light lunch will be served
During his half-century of government service, the Hon. Elyakim Rubinstein has served the State of Israel in a variety of positions, including in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1977-1986), where he participated in the diplomatic negotiations on the Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty at Camp David and Washington. He was Attorney General of Israel from 1997-2003 and a Justice of the Supreme Court of Israel from 2004-2017, where he most recently served as Deputy President, Supreme Court of Israel (2015-2017). He lives with his family in Jerusalem.