New York, NY
July 27, 2011

Women, Religion and Individual Liberties:
The Israeli Model with Prof. Neta Ziv

Prof. Neta Ziv and Oz Benamram
Prof. Neta Ziv
and Oz Benamram

AFTAU and the Israeli Business Forum partnered to present a reception and absorbing lecture with Prof. Neta Ziv, Director of Cegla Clinical Law Programs at TAU’s Buchmann Faculty of Law, at the Manhattan offices of White & Case, LLP.

Buchmann alumnus Oz Benamram, Chief Knowledge Officer at White & Case and Co-Chair of the IBF, welcomed American Friends, alumni and members of the Israeli Business Forum. Prof. Ziv, who has argued many major human rights cases before Israel's Supreme Court, spoke about the complex relationship between religion and state in Israel. She explored two recent cases, one dealing with religious segregation at a school in Emmanuel, and another dealing with gender segregation on buses under ultra-orthodox rules.

Natalie Yazovitzsky, Executive Director of the IBF, collaborated with AFTAU’s Adrienne Gruskin to plan the event.

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Yoram Kinberg
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and Joseph Huber

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and Oren Heiman

 

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