the Israel-Germany Jurists Association chose to hold its annual conference in the city of Nuremberg, Germany. The main goals of the association are to promote dialogue between Israeli and German jurists in order to develop relations between the two countries, and to deepen the discussion of the question of jurisdiction during the period of the National-Socialist regime. The annual conference is scheduled for May 2019 and will take place also in Hall 600 of the Nuremberg courtroom, where the trials of Nazi war criminals took. The Honorable President of the Supreme Court, Esther Hayut and the Honorable President of the Constitutional Court of Germany, Professor Vosskuhle, are scheduled to participate this year at the conference. Other judges, lawyers and guests from Germany and Israel will also participate. The conference will focus on the Nuremberg trials and on issues of public international law. The conference will be attended by employees of the Heskia-Hacmun law firm and current and past interns, lawyers and jurists who worked in the past and work with the firm. The members of the Heskia-Hacmun firm are members of the association, and attorney Amos Hacmun is vice chairman.
Monthly Archives: April 2019
The 25th Conference of the Association of Jurists Israel – Germany and Germany – Israel in Nuremberg
“Dare to dream” is the slogan of the Eurovision song contest 2019 which is planned to take place in Tel Aviv, in May 2019. Mayor Ron Huldai appointed an urban operations team that deals with the city’s preparations for hosting the delegations, media, guests and tourists that are expected to arrive. Hundreds of workers of the city were recruited for the mission and dozens of projects, business owners and residents of the city and some partners will assist in voluntary activities. The task force and the municipal departments work with the Government of Israel and the Broadcasting Corporation “Kan”, which in collaboration with EBU European Broadcasting Corporation chose to conduct the competition in the Exhibition Center, known as: “Tel Aviv Expo-International Centre for Conferences and Exhibitions” with the known “Flying Camel” symbol. Other places around the city used in dispatch centers and the festivities will be Charles Clore Garden which established the Eurovision village. The “Tel-Aviv Global City and Tourism” administration coordinates the program of the city’s preparations in cooperation with the Telecommunications and Information Management administration of the Tel Aviv Jaffa municipality. Heskia-Hacmun Law Firm provides legal advice to the organization.