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Rottem Rosenberg RubinsRottem Rosenberg Rubins is a postdoctoral fellow at the Minerva Center for the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions. She specializes in criminal law, particularly in crimmigration and the interrelations between criminal law and citizenship. Her research at the Minerva Centerfocuses on counterterrorism legislation, particularly on Israel’s 2016 Counterterrorism Bill and the manner in which it reflects the changing relationship between Israel and the occupied territories. The research examines the new balance struck in the legislation between emergency powers and measures of conventional criminal law, and its effect on the civic status of the Palestinian residents of the occupied terrorists, as well as the Israeli citizenship regime in general.
Rottem holds an LLB (magna cum laude), an LLM (summa cum laude) and a PhD from the Tel Aviv University faculty of law. During 2018-2019 academic year, she was a Cheshin Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Hebrew University faculty of law. She additionally serves as the coordinator of the public committee for preventing and amending wrongful convictions, headed by former Supreme Court Justice Prof. Yoram Danziger, and for several years has taught a course on the amendment of wrongful convictions at the Tel Aviv University faculty of law. Her articles on the subject of wrongful convictions in Israel have been quoted in verdicts of the Supreme Court, and an article based on her PhD has been recently published in the New Criminal Law Review.

Recorded talk: From a State of Exception to Hyper-Legality: Israeli Counter-Terrorism Law in the Post-two-State Era

 

 

 

 

 

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