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GuyGuy Lurie was a post-doctoral fellow at the Minerva Center for the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions in 2013-15. Dr. Lurie received his PhD in History from Georgetown University (2013), to which he went with the aid of the Foreign Fulbright Doctorate Fellowship. Before going to Georgetown he completed his LLB (law and international relations) at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and served as the coordinator of a governmental commission headed by a former Chief Justice of Israel’s Supreme Court, Justice Meir Shamgar. Dr. Lurie’s doctoral dissertation focused on citizenship in later medieval France (c. 1370 – c. 1480). Dr. Lurie also serves in the research staff of the Israel Democracy Institute. His publications are in the fields of French history, history of law, history of political thought, judicial reforms and the Israeli prosecution.

Presentation: History of Emergency Laws 

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