Professor Aeyal Gross is a member of the Faculty in Tel Aviv University’s Faculty of Law where he teaches International Law and Constitutional Law
He holds an LL.B. from Tel Aviv University (1990) and an S.J.D. from Harvard Law School (1996). In 1998 he was awarded the Diploma in Human Rights from the Academy of European Law, European University Institute, in Florence.
Professor Gross serves as a member of the Board of the Association for Civil Rights in Israel. He is a founding member of TAU’s LGBT & Queer Studies Forum. He also contributes regularly to the Israeli daily Ha’aretz. See www.aeyalgross.com
Prof. Gross also served as a research fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies at the University of London, as a Visiting Fellow at the Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Studies in South Africa, and as a Joseph Flom Global Health and Human Rights Fellow at Harvard Law School. Additionally he taught as a visitor in Columbia University and the University of Toronto and in the Academy of European Law, European University Institute, Florence. In 2017 he is a Fernard Braudel Senior Fellow at the European University Institute, Florence. He also teaches as Visiting Reader at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS),University of London.
He is the author of numerous articles, including After the Falls: International Law between Postmodernity and Anti-Modernity (in Helene Ruiz-Fabri, Emanuelle Jouannet & J.M. Sorel, eds., Regards D’Une Generation Sur Le Droit International, Editions Pedone, 2008), Gender Outlaws Before the Law: The Courts of the Borderlands(Harvard Journal of Law & Gender, 2009), Post/Colonial Queer Globalization and Human Rights: Images of LGBT Rights, (Jindal Global Law Review, 2013), Litigating the Right to Health: What Can We Learn from a Comparative Law and Health Care Systems Approach (Health and Human Rights, 2015), “We Didn’t Want to Hear the Word Calories”: Rethinking Food Security, Food Power, Food Sovereignty – Lessons from the Gaza Closure (With Tamar Feldman, Berkeley Journal of International Law, 2015), and “Homogloblism: The Emregence of Global Gay Governance” (in Dianne Otto, ed., Queering International Law, Routledge 2017). He is the co-editor, with Colleen Flood, of The Right To Health At The Public/Private Divide: A Global Comparative Study (Cambridge University Press, 2014), which includes his article The Right to Health in Israel Between Solidarity and Neo-liberalism, and the author of The Writing on the Wall: Rethinking the International Law of Occupation (Cambridge University Press, 2017).