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Laurie Josephs graduated Vassar College in 1978 and Harvard Law School in 1981 where she was an editor of the Law Review. She practiced corporate litigation for many years in New York, most recently as counsel at Boies, Schiller & Flexner, LLP. She is now retired from legal practice and is co-founder of Vassar's alumni group called "Fairness to Israel," as well as co-founder of a national 501(c)(3) organization called "Alums for Campus Fairness" (ACF), which seeks to mobilize alums on colleges across the US to combat antisemitism and anti-Israel bias at their alma maters.

ARTICLES BY: Laurie Josephs


February 4, 2016 6:34 am
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An Open Letter to Vassar on Antisemitic Policies and Double Standards

To the American Studies Steering Committee, I write to express my deep and continuing frustration, sadness, and disgust over the continued willingness of Vassar faculty to sponsor...

Features

Iranians Furious at Regime as Economy Teeters on the Brink

JNS.org - Thousands of Iranian citizens have been protesting across the country, including in major cities such as Tehran, Karaj,...

Israeli Hospitals Drill the Transition from ‘Routine to War’

JNS.org - Under the expert guidance of IDF Home Front Command, Israeli hospitals across the country are shoring up their...

World

Massachusetts Bishop Accused of Anti-Israel ‘Blood Libel’ Offer...

A US Episcopal Church Bishop has apologized for an incendiary false claim about Israel made at a meeting of senior church leaders...

Israel

Tami, the World’s Oldest Hippopotamus in Captivity, Passes Away at Jerusa...

JNS.org - The oldest hippopotamus living in captivity died in her sleep at Jerusalem’s Biblical Zoo on Thursday. Tami, 59, was...

Middle East

Iranian Regime Leaders Vexed by European Union Stance on US Sanctions

Iranian leaders communicated mixed messages over the weekend concerning their efforts to persuade the European Union to oppose tough US sanctions on the Tehran regime. In an interview with Iran's YJC...

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