Yonatan Green

Yonatan Green

Fellow, Georgetown University Center for the Constitution

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Yonatan Green is a Fellow at the Georgetown University Center for the Constitution. He is co-founder and former Executive Director of the Jerusalem-based Israel Law & Liberty Forum, a project of the Tikvah Fund. He holds a degree in Law and Communications from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and is a licensed attorney in Israel and New York.


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