Rotem Giladi studied law at the University of Essex (UK), the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor where he obtain a doctoral degree (S.J.D.). He teaches international law at the Hebrew University Law Faculty and is an Associate Researcher of the Leibnitz Institute for Jewish History and Culture—Simon Dubnow in Leipzig, Germany. His research focuses on the history of international law, the laws of law in particular, as well as on the meeting points between modern Jewish history and the history of international law. His book, Jews, Sovereignty, and International Law: Ideology and Ambivalence in Early Israeli Legal Diplomacy will be published by Oxford University Press in the spring of 2021.
Associate Researcher, Leibniz Institute for Jewish History and Culture, Simon Dubnow in Leipzig
Adjunct Professor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem Law Faculty