Professor Halberstam is a member of Cardozo's founding faculty, and has also taught at the law schools of Loyola (Los Angeles), University of Southern California, University of Texas, University of Virginia, and The Hebrew University. She clerked for Judge Edmund Palmieri, served as an assistant district attorney under Frank Hogan, as a reporter for the American Law Institute (Model Penal Code Project), and as a counselor on international law for the US Department of State, Office of the Legal Advisor. She is a member of the American Law Institute, Advisory Committee of the ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security, and the boards of the International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists. Professor Halberstam was articles and reviews editor of the Columbia Law Review, a Kent Scholar twice, a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, and recipient of the Jane Marks Murphy Prize.
Professor Malvina Halberstam goes through three reasons why the so called "settlements" are in accordance with international law, using sources such as the Balfour Declaration, UN resolutions and the Oslo Accord to support her claim.
Professor Malvina Halberstam (1)