Dershowitz to teach in Herzliya

Dershowitz will join former Supreme Court president Aharon Barak, and former education minister Amnon Rubinstein.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 19, 2007 22:11
Dershowitz to teach in Herzliya

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Harvard law Prof. Alan Dershowitz will spend the 2007-8 academic year teaching at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya. The author of Preemption: A Knife that Cuts Both Ways and The Case for Israel will teach a class on Law and Terrorism to master's degree (LL.M.) students at IDC's Radzyner School of Law. Dershowitz, 68, is well known for his human rights advocacy and his work as a trial lawyer. He's represented dozens of high profile clients including O.J. Simpson, Jonathan Pollard, Natan Sharansky, John Lennon and Muhammad Ali. Dershowitz will join former Supreme Court president Aharon Barak, and former education minister Amnon Rubinstein on the law school's staff.


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