Mohammed Wattad is a legal scholar specializing in international and comparative criminal law, comparative constitutional law, international law and legal issues surrounding war, torture and terrorism.  Wattad is a graduate of Haifa University School of Law and was an exchange student at Oxford University. He holds a masters of law from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and another from Columbia University, where he earned his juris doctorate as a Fulbright Scholar. He is currently an assistant professor at Zefat College’s School of Law in Israel and editor-in-chief of the International Journal Medicine and Law.

Anat Maor served in the Israeli parliament, the Knesset, for the Meretz Party from 1992-2003. During that time, she served as Deputy Knesset Speaker, chaired the Science and Technology Committee and the Sub-Committee for Women at Work and the Economy, and headed the Lobby for Children. Maor has been a lecturer on contemporary Israeli politics, social and economic policies in Israel and women’s issues at the Open University and Ruppin Academic Center in Israel since 2003. 

 

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