Talia Einhorn, Professor of Law at Ariel University, is a renowned expert in comparative law, which has earned her a place as a titular member of the International Academy of Comparative Law, and a member of the Scientific Board of the Interdisciplinary Association of Comparative and Private International Law; the German Society of International Law; and the American Society of International Law. She was also a member of the International Advisory Committee consulting the Republic of China Private International Law Reform Committee (2005), and the list goes on.
The impressive resumé notwithstanding, Talia Einhorn (68) remains approachable, pleasant and above all fascinating. Her knowledge and expertise yield priceless insights, that if it weren’t for the fact of her being labeled “right-winger,” she could have been one of the more influential jurists in Israel. Even so, rare sight as she is in the Israeli legal milieu, Einhorn turned out to be a force to be reckoned with in combating the post-Zionist, post-modern trends dominating our legal system in general and our Supreme Court in particular.
Though her knowledge of the Israeli legal...
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