|Native name Hebrew: ישי בר|
|Years of service 1974 - 2008|
Unit Paratroopers Brigade
Name Yishai Beer
|Commands held President of the Israeli Military Court of Appeals|
Battles/wars Operation Entebbe Operation Litani
Education London School of Economics and Political Science, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Battles and wars Operation Entebbe, 1978 South Lebanon conflict
Service/branch Israel Defense Forces
Maj gen prof yishai beer radzyner school of law idc speaking at the 15th annual herzliya conf
Aluf Yishai Beer (Hebrew: ישי בר; born 1956) is a former general in the Israel Defense Forces, head of a reserve call-up, and former President of the Israeli Military Court of Appeals.
- Maj gen prof yishai beer radzyner school of law idc speaking at the 15th annual herzliya conf
- Ejil live professor yishai beer episode 8
- Academic achievements
He was drafted into the IDF in 1974 and joined the Paratroopers Brigade. Two years later he took part as a platoon leader in Operation Entebbe, freeing Israeli hostages flown to Uganda. He also participated in Operation Litani and as a reserve in the 1982 Lebanon War. He rejoined the regular service in May 2002 when he was appointed to his current post, although as a doctor of law, he continues to work as a Law professor. During his career Beer received a B.A. from Hebrew University and an M.A. from the London School of Economics. In November 2008, Beer announced his retirement from the IDF.
Ejil live professor yishai beer episode 8
LL.B. (honors), Hebrew University, 1983; LL.M., London School of Economics, 1986; Ph.D., Hebrew University, 1990. Law clerk to Justice Dov Levin, Israel Supreme Court, 1983-95. Admitted to the Israel Bar Association, 1985. Lecturer in Law, 1992; Senior Lecturer in Law, 1994. Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School in 1990-92, and Research Fellow at New York University Stern School of Business in 1993. Academic awards include: the Argov Scholarship at the London School of Economics (1986); the Golda Meir Prize (1987), the Milken Prize for Outstanding Teaching (1990), and the Bloomfield Prize for the best Ph.D. thesis in the Social Sciences (1991) from the Hebrew University; and a research grant from the Israel Science Foundation – Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities (1994–96). His research interests are taxation, especially of financial instruments.
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