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Tomer Broude is a Senior Lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the Faculty of Law and Department of International Relations, and the Academic Director of the Minerva Center for Human Rights. He is an expert on international economic law and its interaction with the rights of immigrants and refugees. He is involved in the drafting and promotion of the International Migrants' Bill of Rights, a project led by Georgetown University, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the London School of Economics. He is one of the founders of the Society of International Economic Law and is a member of its Executive Council, as well as a member of the International Law Association's Committee on the International Law of Sustainable Development.
Uzi Vogelman is currently a Justice of the Supreme Court of Israel. In April 2007 he was appointed acting Supreme Court Justice for one year prior to his official appointment. Previously, Justice Vogelman had been serving as a Tel Aviv District Court judge since 2000. Prior to that Uzi Vogelman started working in the State Prosecutor's criminal department in 1982, then moved to the High Court's petitions department, where he became director in 1995. The Supreme Court has jurisdiction to hear criminal and civil appeals from judgments of the District Courts. Cases that begin in the District Court are appealable, as of right, to the Supreme Court.