Category Archives: Israel

Israel: We have arrived

Well a lot has happened since we first took off in Chicago heading to our destination as a class of diverse law school students. I’m going to keep this, my first post, brief as we have barely begun our journey. Looking at the caption of our main picture on this site I find that it…
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Israel: Dean Ruebner with Fez

Don't make him do it without the fez on…

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Israel: Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights

Adv. Abeer BakerAdalah, Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel

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Israel: The Group at Haifa University

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Welcome to Israel

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Israel: Arrived in Israel!

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Israel: Safety First

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Israel: On Our Way!

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Israel: Close to Zero Hour

I’m sitting on my bed, looking at my suitcase, wondering what 50 pounds of luggage looks like. Should I take some out?? I don’t know, the zipper closes. And I didn’t even have to sit on it to make it zip. I imagine airport security taking apart my perfectly packed suitcase like a reverse game…
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Israel: Thank You

First, I would like to thank Prof. Reis, Prof. Hunt, and Prof. Reubner for teaching this class and planning this trip. I think I speak for all the students when I say that I have been looking forward to this all semester, and I expect it to be highlight of my law school experience. In…
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