Arrivals: Connecting Israel and the world

Jeremy Lustman, 42, From Silver Spring, Maryland, to Hashmonaim, 2009.

May 5, 2016 13:45

The Lustmans had a ‘try before you buy’ experience in Israel, spending two years in country before officially making aliya in 2011. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Many people have to make a career shift when they move to Israel. Many others commute overseas to keep the same job. Jeremy Lustman is fortunate that he was able to remain in his field, with the same employer, and work in Israel.

An associate of international law firm DLA Piper at the time of his family’s relocation from Maryland to Hashmonaim in 2009, Lustman not only stayed with the firm but became a partner four years ago. Chalk it up to his visionary proactive approach.


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