Doron Hindin

Global Visiting Lawyer

Doron received his LL.M. from Columbia in 2016, where he was a James Kent Scholar, received the Parker School Recognition of Achievement in International and Comparative Law and was awarded Columbia’s Edwin Parker Prize. He was an associate with Herzog Fox and Neeman in Tel Aviv, Israel from 2011 to 2015, where his practice focused on international trade, anti-corruption, business and human rights and public international law. Doron received his LL.B. in 2011 from Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel and received a certificate from The Hague Academy of International Law in 2014.  He is not yet admitted to practice law and is supervised by principals of the firm.

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Private-Sector Opportunities – and Challenges – in the new $38.8 billion U.S.-Israel Military Assistance Package

Uncertainty surrounding the policies of the new administration is felt across industries. In particular, U.S. and Israeli defense industries are anxious for details of a ten-year, $38.8 billion military assistance package that was signed in Washington this past September. Whether the terms of the aid package are upended entirely or left mostly unchanged by the … Continue Reading
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