The first Arab-Israeli to serve on Israel’s Supreme Court, Salim Joubran was born in Acre in 1947. Prior to his appointment to the country’s highest court, Joubran practiced law in private practice and served as a magistrate and district judge in Haifa. While on the court, he advocated for minority rights and prosecuted corruption.
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