Military Justice? Palestinians in Israeli Courts


Posted on November 29th, 2012 by Lauren Gutterman
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Military Justice? Palestinians in Israeli Courts


Monday, December 3

3:00-5:30pm
Heyman Center, Columbia University
Second Floor Common Room
74 Morningside Drive (Enter through East Campus dormitory)

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How do courts render justice for Palestinians as residents of the Occupied Territories and as citizens of the State of Israel? We will examine litigation before both military jurisdictions in the West Bank and before the Israeli civil courts, including the High Court of Justice.

PANELISTS:

Lisa Hajjar, Associate Professor of Sociology, U.C. Santa Barbara, author of Courting Conflict: The Israeli Military Court System in the West Bank and Gaza (California, 2005).

Yael Berda
, Ph. D. Candidate, Department of Sociology, Princeton University; author ofThe Bureaucracy of the Occupation: The Permit Regime in the West Bank (Tel Aviv, 2012).

Hedi Viterbo
, Visiting Scholar, Harvard Law School; PhD in Law, London School of Economics (The Legal Construction of Childhood in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict); LLM (Tel Aviv).

MODERATOR
Katherine Franke, Professor of Law. Columbia Law School;Director, Center for Gender and Sexuality Law.

DISCUSSANT
:  Darryl Li, Postdoctoral Fellow, Committee on Global Thought (JD, Yale) (Ph.D., Anthropology, Harvard).

 

If you are a non-Columbia University guest, please email palestine@columbia.edu to RSVP for this event. 

 

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