Israeli and Palestinian Waterways Conference - Logistics



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Getting here

The Berkeley School of Law is located at 2778 Bancroft Way in Berkeley, CA 94704.

*Please note parking on the UC Berkeley campus is very difficult.

Driving Directions

For driving directions to the Berkeley Sschool of Law, please click here. You can also get directions from google maps by clicking here.


Public lots are located on Bowditch Street between Bancroft Way and Durant Avenue; on Channing Way/Durant Avenue between Ellsworth Street and Dana Street; on Channing Way below Telegraph Avenue; on Bancroft Way above Telegraph Avenue; and on College Avenue between Bancroft Way and Durant Avenue. For more detailed information click here.

Directions from BART

If you're coming to campus via BART, get off at the Berkeley Station (also known as the "Downtown Berkeley" station) along the Richmond line; it drops you off one block from the west side of campus. From nearby Shattuck and Center Streets, you can catch a BearTransit shuttle, which will let you off along the perimeter of campus, including in front of the Law School.On average, this shuttle departs every seven minutes.For more information, visit the BART website at

Alternatively, you can take the AC Transit Bus lines 1 or 51B that drop you off along the south edge of campus, including a stop in front of the Law School.

For those who enjoy walking, the west entrance to the Berkeley campus is only one block away from the Downtown Berkeley BART Station.The Law School is on the far side of the campus, about a 15-20 minute walk.


The conference is organized by the Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies in partnership with the College of Natural Resources.

Cosponsored by UC Berkeley's Richard and Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy; the College of Environmental Design; the Center for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES); the Center for Law, Energy, and the Environment (CLEE);the Institute of International Studies (IIS); the Blum Center for Developing Economies; and the Friends of the Arava Institute.

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