Max Haag (LLM '05) clerks for the Supreme Court of Israel

October 12, 2007Duke Law News

Max Haag, LLM of Class 2005 from Germany, is now foreign law clerk to Justice Dorit Beinisch, President of the Supreme Court of Israel, in Jerusalem. Justice Benisch was appointed to the position on September 7, 2006. She is the first woman to serve as president of the Supreme Court. Max is preparing legal opinions from a comparative law perspective in relation to several major cases brought before the Court. The Court is interested in precedents from foreign jurisdictions.
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