Upcoming Juristenrunde: Punitive Damages – A Modern Conundrum of Ancient Origin

The Institute is proud to announce a lecture by Izhak Englard as part of its Juristenrunde series.

Englard is a Bora Laskin Professor of Law (Emeritus) at the Hebrew University Jerusalem, a retired Justice of the Supreme Court of Israel, and a Member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities. He has authored several publications, inter alia, in the field of tort law.

His topic, Punitive Damages – A Modern Conundrum of Ancient Origin, is one which is both current and controversial.
The lecture, to be held at the Institute’s premises on Monday, 5 December 2011 at 5pm, is open to the public at no cost to participants. There will be ample opportunity to ask questions at the close of the event.

To register your interest in attending, please e-mail Sonja Akbal at ectil@ectil.org


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