Date: Friday, November 11, 2022 | Time: 7:00-9:00 PM
Place: Washington D.C., The Mayflower Hotel, District Room (Lower Lobby)
The Israel Law & Liberty Forum proudly invites you to meet two of Israel’s most prominent voices for legal reform at the first-ever Shabbat (off-the-record) reception during the Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention!
Member of Knesset, Likud Party
Former Minister of Justice, former Minister of Public Security
Member of Knesset, Religious Zionist Party
Member of the Judicial Selection Committee
With plenty of time for Q&A, discussion, and mingling.
Hors d’ouevres, challah, and wine will be served. All food is certified kosher. The event is free of charge.
Amir Ohana is an Israeli lawyer, former intelligence official, and a politician who currently serves a member of the Knesset for Likud. He previously held the posts of Minister of Justice and Minister of Public Security.
Simcha Rothman is a lawyer and politician who currently serves as a member of Knesset for Israel’s Religious Zionist Party. He is a member of Israel’s Judicial Selection Committee. He is the author of “How Israel Became a Juristocracy,” and previously founded The Movement for Governability and Democracy (Meshilut).
The Israel Law and Liberty Forum is a movement of lawyers, judges, students, and other individuals who are interested in Israeli law and policy. The Forum advances a conservative legal worldview based on four core principles: the separation of powers, judicial restraint, individual liberty, and limited government. We support student chapters, debates, conferences, seminars, and other educational activities aimed at fostering new discussions on how to improve Israeli law and governance. Inspired by the Federalist Society, the Forum was founded and is supported by the Tikvah Fund.