Olga is a student in the direct program towards a Ph.D. in law at the Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies at Tel-Aviv University. She received her LL.B (summa cum laude) in the field of law and her B.A. (magna cum laude) in the field of management from the Tel-Aviv University. Olga clerked for the Supreme Court Chief Justice Asher Grunis. She is a member of the Israeli bar association since 2009.
Olga is currently a member of the GlobalTrust research project and a visiting researchers coordinator at the Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law. In 2012, she was a visiting researcher at the Institute of Global Law and Policy (IGLP) at Harvard Law School. In 2013, Olga co-organized the “Law in a Changing Transnational World” workshop, the first international workshop for young scholars at the Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law. Olga is also a co-organizer of the Theory and Philosophy of Law doctoral workshop. She had served as a teaching assistant for a variety of courses. During her studies, Olga received the “Abba Even Scholarship for Diplomacy and International law” and the “Law, Transnational Space and Human Rights” research grant from the Minerva Center for Human Rights.
Olga writes her dissertation, titled “Courts and their Audiences: Organizational Identity, Organizational Images, Intended Images, and Institutional Isomorphism of Courts” under the supervision of Professor Eyal Benvenisti. The dissertation uses concepts from organizational theory to examine courts’ relationships with their audiences as well as the way globalization is likely to influence these relationships.