IMLA MISSION TO ISRAEL
The International Committee of IMLA invites you to consider participating in its second international mission. In 2016 the International Committee of IMLA led a delegation of IMLA members to Cuba to study comparative law, culture and politics. Following that very successful trip, the leadership of the International Committee has chosen Israel as the next destination for an IMLA official visit.
While planning is still underway, the date for this mission to Israel is set for November 24 to December 1, 2018.
Highlights of the trip will be:
Look for more details from IMLA shortly, and please note the following from IMLA member Bill Mathewson.
IMLA members registering for the IMLA Mission to Israel should use the following contact information when corresponding with the tour operator, Israel Tour Ltd:
Please use both of these email addresses:
If you are paying by credit card, you will need to fill out this Credit Card Authorization Form.
Weather and What to Pack
November: Daytime temperatures will be very pleasant: 70º-ish in most of the country (but hotter at the Dead Sea). Jerusalem will be in the 70º's, cooler in the 40-50º's in the evenings. There'll be some rain - nothing torrential. Winters in Israel are mild compared to North America but can get quite cool especially at night.
Pack light for Israel, and don't forget the shades: In the winter, about the only extra layer you'll need is a light sweater and a windbreaker. Israelis dress very casually; in fact, a famous Israeli politician was once teased for showing up to work one day wearing a tie. Specific suggestions include
What documents do I need to travel to Israel?
For U.S. and Canadian citizens, all you need is a passport that’s valid at least six months longer than your date of arrival in Israel. (For stays up to three months, you don’t need a visa.)