Monthly Archives: October 2011

Good Intentions, Silly Consequences

Thinking in catchphrases is a dangerous trend, particularly in the courts. If this post sounds like a bit of a rant, that’s because, well, it is. Slogans such as “Every child has a right to know where they come from,” … Continue reading

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Baby Wonderland

We’re currently in the throes of the period in Israel known as “the chagim“, the period from Rosh Hashana to Simchat Torah where it feels like every other work day is interrupted by a Jewish Holiday, and when it’s not … Continue reading

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Mazal Tov

Ha’aretz just published a list of the ten most influential Anglo immigrants in Israel. Among the ten, appears friend and colleague Susan Weiss, who I have mentioned in this blog a number of times in connection with her innovative work … Continue reading

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