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Mika Levy

Mika Levy received a Law and International Relations degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2004. During the last year of her studies, she worked in the Movement for Quality Government in Israel. After graduating, she completed a year’s apprenticeship in the Tel Aviv District court with Judge Uzi Fogelman.

Articles by this author

Gabriela Shalev

Gabriela Shalev, one of the outstanding Israeli academicians in the field of law, has instructed innumerable students in the intricacies of contract law, on which she has published and lectured in the light of her own analyses and theories.

Ruth Lapidoth

Professor Ruth Lapidoth is a major Israeli expert in international law. As a young woman, she decided to specialize in this field, seeing it as a path towards dialogue and a means to solve the Arab-Israel conflict.

Yehudit Karp

Yehudit Karp is widely acknowledged for her determined pursuit of truth and justice. Throughout her career as a lawyer, she has acted with grit in the Israeli and international spheres, to preserve moral standards and to ensure human rights in general and women’s, children’s, and victim’s rights in particular.

Ruth Gavison

Ruth Gavison was an Israeli human rights expert and law professor. In addition to her academic work as a lecturer and researcher and her work in social organizations, Gavison has also been a member of various committees. Her work has been amply recognized and awarded.

Ruth Ben Israel

Ruth Ben Israel, an expert in labor law, social equality, social security, and the status of women, received the Israel Prize for legal research in 2001. She worked with the Knesset to create a variety of labor laws and with its Committee on the Status of Women to help draft sexual harassment laws.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Mika Levy." (Viewed on July 28, 2021) <https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/levy-mika>.

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