On 1997 she served as Legal Assistant of Supreme Court Justice Dorit Beinish; Between the years 1995- 1996 clerk of Supreme Court Justice Itzhak Zamir.

Prof. Tamir wrote two books “Selective Enforcement” and the “The State Comptroller: A Critical Look” in addition to numerous of articles in Hebrew and in English. Her research, which focuses mainly in the area of law and society, is characterized by a holistic approach to public law and to its relations with public policy.

Prof. Tamir teaches Constitutional Law, administrative Law, Criminal Procedure Law and Tender Law.
Prof. Tamir conducts Legal opinions in Administrative Law with specialization on tender law, the state comptroller, regulation and selective enforcement.

" /> On 1997 she served as Legal Assistant of Supreme Court Justice Dorit Beinish; Between the years 1995- 1996 clerk of Supreme Court Justice Itzhak Zamir.

Prof. Tamir wrote two books “Selective Enforcement” and the “The State Comptroller: A Critical Look” in addition to numerous of articles in Hebrew and in English. Her research, which focuses mainly in the area of law and society, is characterized by a holistic approach to public law and to its relations with public policy.

Prof. Tamir teaches Constitutional Law, administrative Law, Criminal Procedure Law and Tender Law.
Prof. Tamir conducts Legal opinions in Administrative Law with specialization on tender law, the state comptroller, regulation and selective enforcement.

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Michal Tamir

Michal Tamir

Visiting Professor, University of California, Berkeley

Israel

Prof. Michal Tamir is an Associate Professor in The Academic Center of Law and Science, Israel and an Adjunct Professor in the Hebrew university of Jerusalem and in Bar-Ilan University. Between the years of 2017-2019 she served as the president of the Israeli Law and Society Association; 2012-2013 Tikvah Fellow-in-Residence, NYU School of Law; 2006-2007 Global Research Fellow, Hauser Program, NYU School of Law; LL.D by Hebrew University of Jerusalem. (topic of the thesis: "Selective Enforcement", supervised by Prof. Itzhak Zamir, former Supreme Court Justice); LL.M., Hebrew University of Jerusalem, summa cum laude (first in class); LL.B. University of Haifa, summa cum laude.
On 1997 she served as Legal Assistant of Supreme Court Justice Dorit Beinish; Between the years 1995- 1996 clerk of Supreme Court Justice Itzhak Zamir.

Prof. Tamir wrote two books “Selective Enforcement” and the “The State Comptroller: A Critical Look” in addition to numerous of articles in Hebrew and in English. Her research, which focuses mainly in the area of law and society, is characterized by a holistic approach to public law and to its relations with public policy.

Prof. Tamir teaches Constitutional Law, administrative Law, Criminal Procedure Law and Tender Law.
Prof. Tamir conducts Legal opinions in Administrative Law with specialization on tender law, the state comptroller, regulation and selective enforcement.


Experience:

  • Adjunct Professor Of Law (Bar-Ilan University)
  • Adjunct Professor Of Law (The College of Management Academic Studies)
  • Adjunct Professor Of Law (University of Haifa)
  • Visiting Professor (University of California, Berkeley)
  • Associate Professor (The Academic College of Law and Science)

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