1. In 2003, Alan Dershowitz published his book, The Case for Israel.
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3. Alan Dershowitz retired from his Harvard Law professorship in 2013.
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6. Alan Dershowitz dismissed comparisons between Trump and President Richard Nixon, saying that the latter was recorded on audiotape telling associates to lie.
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9. Alan Dershowitz has appeared as himself in a number of fictional television series, including Picket Fences, Spin City, and First Monday.
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10. Alan Dershowitz was named a Guggenheim Fellow in 1979, and in 1983 received the William O Douglas First Amendment Award from the Anti-Defamation League for his work on civil rights.
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11. Alan Dershowitz is one of a number of scholars at Harvard Law School who have expressed their support for limited animal rights.
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12. Alan Dershowitz has argued, and will argue to the Supreme Court that the Delaware Chancery court violated the personal rights of an individual shareholder when it ordered the public auction on the privately held company.
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14. Alan Dershowitz has criticized the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, saying that it has "no place in modern society".
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15. In July 2006, Alan Dershowitz wrote a series of articles defending the conduct of the Israel Defense Forces during the 2006 Israel-Lebanon conflict.
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19. Alan Dershowitz was invited to respond on the same stage only after Carter had left.
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21. Alan Dershowitz wrote, "The move of the ACLU to the hard-left reflects an even more dangerous and more general trend in the United States: the right is moving further right; the left is moving father left; and the center is shrinking.
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22. In May 2018, it was reported that Alan Dershowitz had joined Harvey Weinstein's legal team as a consultant for Weinstein's lawyer Benjamin Brafman.
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27. Alan Dershowitz retired from teaching at Harvard Law in December 2013.
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32. Alan Dershowitz was a member of a Conservative minyan at Harvard Hillel, but is a secular Jew.
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34. Alan Dershowitz was born in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on September 1, 1938, the son of Claire and Harry Dershowitz, an Orthodox Jewish couple.
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36. Alan Dershowitz has taken this kind of trolling beyond parody From what I can see, the latest hero of the Dark Web, Jordan Peterson, manages to encompass nearly all of these categories.
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38. Alan Dershowitz has been described by Newsweek as America's "most peripatetic civil liberties lawyer and one of its most distinguished defenders of individual rights".
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39. In October 2006, Alan Dershowitz wrote to DePaul University faculty members to lobby against Finkelstein's application for tenure.
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40. Alan Dershowitz is an attorney for defendant Shirley Shawe and is looking to take the case of the Delaware Chancery's forced sale of TransPerfect away from its shareholders to the United States Supreme Court.
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41. Alan Dershowitz represented Claus von Bulow, a British socialite, at his appeal for the attempted murder of his wife, Sunny von Bulow, who went into a coma in Newport, Rhode Island, in 1980.
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43. Alan Dershowitz reports to have been one of Nelson Mandela's lawyers.
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