Every year, JLSA brings a select group of Harvard Law students on a 10-day leadership mission to Israel over spring break. From hiking Masada and touring the Old City of Jerusalem to meeting Israeli legislators and Supreme Court justices, the trip includes visits to major historical, religious, and cultural sites throughout Israel as well as meetings with senior Israeli officials and thought leaders. The trip is not designed to advance any particular political position beyond Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish democracy within secure and recognized borders. The trip is heavily subsidized and very popular among HLS students, and is one of JLSA’s signature programs.
Apply Now for JLSA’s Subsidized Spring Break Trip to Israel!
JLSA’s annual trip to Israel provides HLS students a special opportunity to explore the wonders and complexities of the state. The trip includes visits to major historical, religious, and cultural sites as well as meetings with Israeli officials, activists, journalists and more. This is not Birthright: HLS students of all religious faiths are encouraged to apply. This year’s trip is scheduled for March 9-20, 2016. Please email Brandon at IsraelTrip@Mail.Law.Harvard.edu to request an application or for more information