Dr. Yofi Tirosh has been elected as a Senior Fellow of the Martin Buber Society
The Martin Buber Society of Fellows is a German-Israeli Foundation which offers outstanding young scholars of both countries a vibrant scholarly environment for conducting meaningful research in all areas of the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Each year, five German Fellows and five Israeli Fellows are selected for the Fellowship for two-year-long appointments. The Society is considered one of the most prestigious Fellowships available to Ph.D. researchers in the country.
Dr. Tirosh – a Senior Lecturer and expert of Employment and Labor Law, Antidiscrimination Law, Food Law and Feminist Jurisprudence – wrote her SJD dissertation at the University of Michigan Law School, and earned an LL.B. from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Prior to joining TAU Law, Dr. Tirosh served as a Hauser Global Research Fellow at NYU Law School, and in the fall of 2012 she was a Visiting Professor at Georgetown University Law Center.
Dr. Tirosh is highly committed to public service, and often volunteers with human rights NGOs and public committees. She is a regular contributor of legal commentary in national media venues.