Miriam Ben-Porat, Israel’s first female Supreme Court President died on Thursday at the age 94. She was also Israel’s first female State Comptroller.
Ben-Porat was born in Russia in 1918, and moved to Israel in 1936. She graduated with a degree in law in 1945.
Ben-Porat is survived by a daughter and three grandchildren.
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