Location: McDonough 140
Date: September 20, 2023

The Georgetown Center for the Constitution is excited to kick off our Fall 2023 Student Fellows program. To become a Student Fellow, attend at least four Center-sponsored events in the Fall semester. For a complete list of our events, please visit our website.

We are excited to invite you to our first event of the semester, which also promises to be one of our most unique and thought-provoking, on the topic of “The Consequences of Judicial Activism, Israel as a Case Study”. The lecture will be held on Wednesday, September 20th, from 12:00 PM-1:15 PM in Mcdonough 140 and will be delivered by Yonatan Green of the Israel Law and Liberty Forum. Yonatan is a renowned expert in the field of Israeli law and has been a prominent voice in public discourse on legal matters in Israel.

To easily add the event to your calendar, click here!

This lecture will provide valuable insights into the dynamics of the Israeli legal system and its impact on political change and society. Yonatan will discuss recent landmark cases, the relationship between the judiciary and other branches of government, and the broader implications of judicial decisions on Israeli society.

This is a timely and important topic, and we highly encourage you to attend. The talk is free and open to all students.