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AUTHOR: Ruth Levush

Ruth Levush joined the Law Library of Congress in 1987. As a Senior Foreign Law Specialist, she conducts research on all aspects of the domestic laws of Israel, comparative and international law as it relates to the Arab-Israeli conflict, and the Middle East Peace Process. Previously, she practiced law in Israel as an attorney both in government and in private practice at law firms in Haifa and Tel Aviv. She clerked for Judge M. Ben-Dror, head of the Civil Appeals Division, Tel Aviv District Court, and served as a special assistant to Justice Aharon Barak, former President of Israel’s Supreme Court. Ruth holds a Master of Comparative Law (American Practice) from The George Washington University National Law Center and an LL.B from Tel Aviv University Law School, Ramat-Aviv, Israel. She loves to travel, meet new people, and learn about different cultures.

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