IAJLJ is going Cyber
The International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists
Not At All What You Thought!
Erez Modai ¹ , IAJLJ Internet Relations Manager
Fighting anti-Semitism, Holocaust denial and negation
of the State of Israel is going cyber!
The ILJLJ is going on-line in effort to raise international awareness of anti-Semitism, Holocaust denial and the negation of Israel’s legitimacy.
We encourage legal activists and “ambassadors” to participate in its activity and exert their influence in international organizations, legislative bodies and wherever a Jew is discriminated against or mistreated on religious, racial or ethnic grounds.
So the challenge is twofold: recruiting as many members as possible and organizing and supporting those who wish to take an active part in this endeavor.
The ILJLJ is Going Online
The IAJLJ is harnessing the power of social and professional networks to reach out to all our colleagues. We have created IAJLJ Friends groups in both Facebook and LinkedIn.
The IAJLJ will keep the members of these informed about developments and publications in its areas of focus.
Our forums encourage the free exchange of views on these issues.
"What's In It For Me?"
- Be the first to get information about IAJLJ activities and conventions.
- Get in touch, get acquainted, get connected, find a lawyer. We are here!
So next time you need a professional contact, information or advice, post a message in the IAJLJ Friends group and let the network help you.
And besides, who knows? Maybe the next contact that someone from the network needs IS YOU.
So What Do I Do?
- Look up the IAJLJ Friends group in Facebook and/or LinkedIn.
- Join the group/s.
- Share this information with Jewish colleagues.
- Send us material, information, news pieces and articles which you think could be of interest to group members.
- Tell all of us Jewish lawyers and jurists what you think about relevant events and publications.
- If you like, let us know you are interested in taking an active part in IAJLJ efforts or operations.
Q: Do I have to become an IAJLJ member?
A: No. the Facebook and LinkedIn groups will welcome IAJLJ friends even if they are not members.
Q: How much will joining the groups cost me?
A: Nothing. Just a minute or two of your time and you are a group member.
Q: What else do I have to do?
A: Nothing. If the opportunity arises, the IAJLJ may invite you to give a hand in specific activities.
Q: So why become an IAJLJ member?
A: First and foremost – indentify and BELONG. Show and feel the solidarity.
Second, in the future members will obtain access to materials and information not generally available, as well as other benefits.
Last, but not least, your membership fees will contribute to IAJLJ causes.
¹ Erez Modai MBA - a member of the Israel Bar - currently serves as General Counsel of Oracle Israel. Mr. Modai focuses on international transactions, technology and industry. Erez Modai has taken part in complex transactions of over 1 billion dollars in the aggregate with governments and companies from some 30 countries.