Mr. Amos Hausner
Attorney Amos Hausner is the son of Gideon Hausner, Israel’s Attorney General during the 1960s and chief prosecutor of the Eichmann Trial. Amos Hausner was instrumental in setting precedents in several fields of Israeli law, including the restriction of smoking in public places and cigarette advertising since 1983. The World Health Organization awarded him an honorary medal in 1994 for his achievements. He is a board member of the Massuah Institute for the Study of the Holocaust; a member of the lay advisory board of the Flight Attendants Medical Research Institute in Miami, Florida; and of the Disciplinary Tribunal of Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He was a Supreme Court Judge of the World Zionist Organization between 1998 to 2006.