• The Iranian Nuclear Threat: Containment or Pre-emption?

A public lecture by Gabriela Shalev, former Israeli UN Ambassador

Tuesday, October 2, 2012
C. Walsh Theatre
55 Temple St, Boston

Distinguished Visiting Scholar Gabriela Shalev is currently President of the Higher Academic Council and Dean of the Law School at Ono Academic College. Prof. Shalev completed a two year term (2008-2010) as Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations, the first woman in Israel to hold this position. Since returning to Israel Prof. Shalev has joined several academic councils and public bodies and has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Bank Leumi Le-Israel Ltd. Prof. Shalev has published eleven books and over one hundred articles, most of them dealing with Contract Law and Comparative Law. Her books on Contract Law are used as the basic books on the subject throughout Israel.

Shalev will be visiting Suffolk University during the first week of October 2012 for a series of events centered on Israeli-American relations. In addition to visiting with several classes throughout the week, she will be offering several public events, the first of which is a public lecture entitled "The Iranian Nuclear Threat: Containment or Pre-emption?" Please join us in the C.Walsh Theatre for this evening kickoff event.

To learn more about the rest of Professor Shalev and her residency at Suffolk University, and for a complete listing of her public events, click here.

Sponsored by the Distinguished Visiting Scholars program and the Philosophy Department in Suffolk University's College of Arts & Sciences. For more information, please contact Dr. Eisikovits at neisikov@suffolk.edu.

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