Beinish, Dorit

(1942- )
   President/chief justice of the Supreme Court of Israel as of September 2006. Born in Tel Aviv, she began her judicial career in 1968 as a prosecutor in the Jerusalem district. In 1982, she became the deputy state prosecutor and in 1989 the state prosecutor. In 1995, she was named to the Supreme Court. She was unanimously selected as Supreme Court president after the retirement of Aharon Barak in 2006.

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