Prof. Shai Lavi, prof. Deborah Bernstein (Haifa U.)
Nomi Levenkron is a student of the Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies. She acquired her B.A in Criminology, Sociology and Anthropology from Bar-Ilan University (1996), her LL.B in Law from the College of Management (1999), her M.A. in Security Studies from Tel Aviv University (1999) and her LL.M. from Tel Aviv University (2009). Her dissertation, supervised by Prof. Daphne Barak - Erez and Prof. Shai Lavi, titled "Could the Master's Tools Dismantle the Master's House? Sweden’s Criminalization of Punters as a Case Study on the Potential of Legislation to Transform the Sex Industry" dealt with the discourse of criminalizing client in Sweden.
Previously to her current studies, she was the Director of the Center for Clinical Legal Education at the Haim Striks School of Law (2008-2011), Head of Anti-Trafficking at the Hotline for Migrant Workers (2000-2008), and a Coordinator of the Israeli Coalition Against Trafficking in Persons (2001-2002). Since 2002 she has been teaching academic courses on human rights, women's rights, migrant rights, prostitution and trafficking at various academic institutions, including Tel Aviv University, the Hebrew University, Tel Aviv Academic College, and Ramat Gan College.
She has received the National Decoration for Combating Trafficking (2012), the Israeli Bar Association "Women in Law" Award (2008), and the Israel Law and Society Association prize (2014).
Immigration Law, Gender and Law, Women and Crime, Regulation, Human Trafficking
2012 Studies towards Ph.D. in Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law.
2004 LL.M. Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law.
1999 LL.B. College of Management Academic Studies Law School.
1996 BA. Criminology, Sociology, and Anthropology, Bar-Ilan University.
1997 MA. Security Studies, Tel Aviv University.
2003-2014 Lecturer, College of Management Academic Studies Law School.
2008-2011 Professional Director of "Matters"–The Law and Society Clinical Center
2003-2014 Lecturer, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law
2002-2003 Lecturer, Anti Trafficking Clinic, Ramat-Gan College
2003-2008 Lecturer, Anti Trafficking Clinic, Hebrew University
2004 Lecturer, Tel Aviv College
2000-2008 Head of Anti-Trafficking Department, Hotline for Migrant Workers
2001-2002 Head of the Anti Trafficking Coalition
Hadar Dancig-Rosenberg & Naomi Levenkron, Migratory Victimization, Tel-Aviv U. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2014) [Heb
What is a Law Student doing in a Brothel? Notes on Legal Clinics, Police Officers and Women in Prostitution, 17(1) Hamishpat 161 (2012). [Heb.]
Nomi Levenkron, Death and the Maidens: "Prostitution", Rape and Sexual Slavery during World War II 32 Theory and Criticism 15 (2008). [Heb.]
Tsachi Keren-Paz and Nomi Levenkron, Clients’ strict liability towards victims of sex-trafficking, 29(3) Legal Studies 438 (2009).
The Goat, the Clinic and Trafficking in Women Tel Aviv Journal of Law and Social Change 1 (January 2008). [Heb.]
‘Money of Their Own’: Civil Suits of Trafficking Victims Against Their Traffickers – ‘And Yet It Moves.’ in G. Mundlak and M. Eisenstadt (editors), Empowerment – Justice, Culture and Society (2007). [Heb.]
Yossi Dahan and Nomi Levenkron Trafficking in Women in Israel 24 Theory and Criticism 9 (2004). [Heb.]