Gal Project is a grassroots, volunteer-based student project established by TAU Law students and run by the Chair of the Faculty's Student Council. Since its beginning in 2005, the project has expanded to all of the major law schools in the country.
The program's vision is to promote activism and engagement with the community by supporting various socially-oriented legal and business initiatives. The students who are part of the Gal Program receive support and infrastructure, as well as an opportunity to receive advice and assistance from business experts, academic advisors, past and present Knesset members, professional journalists, editors and strategic planning specialists.
The project supports initiatives that are based on deep understanding of the nature and scope of the problems at hand, and set to implement creative and reliable solutions. Typical activities include formulating business plans, writing reports, drafting bills, and conducting different public awareness-raising initiatives.
Through the support and assistance of the program, students have the ability to respond to urgent social issues and make a difference in society.
For more information, please visit the Gal Project website, Facebook Page, or contact:
Koren Grinshpoon, TAU Law Program Coordinator by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.