Parker School Lunch with Tamar Brandes
Lunch for students with leading international scholar sponsored by the Parker School. Open to all students. RSVP via Symplicity.
Dr. Tamar Hostovsky Brandes is a Lecturer (~Assistant Professor) at the Ono Academic College Faculty of Law. Tamar’s scholarly interests include multiculturalism, comparative constitutional law, international law and legal theory. Prior to joining Ono Academic College, Tamar was an associate at the Business Transaction department of Schulte, Roth and Zabel LLP in New York and an Adjunct Professor at the M.S. Program in Global Affairs at New York University, where she taught courses in International Law and Human Rights. Tamar has an LL.B. (Magna Cum Laude) from Tel-Aviv University School of Law and an LL.M. (Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar) and J.S.D. from Columbia Law School, where she was a Finkelstein Fellow.
This student lunch series is supported by the Parker School for Foreign and Comparative Law, which has been supporting the study of foreign and comparative law at Columbia Law School for nearly 100 years. These lunches, generally with no more than eight or ten students, provide an opportunity for students to interact with leading scholars and practitioners in an informal setting.
Location: Jerome Greene Hall 908
Catering provided by Eat Offbeat
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