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Gender Male
Industry Law
Occupation Law Researcher, International Law Consultant
Location Jerusalem, Israel, Israel
Introduction Faculty of Law, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Legal Advisor to Sakhtan, the Israeli Bedouin Association for Human and Environmental Rights. I have worked for the USEPA as a hydrologist in the Water Branch, where I also drafted regs pursuant to RCRA; and as a Snr Geohydrologist, as part of CERCLA's Field Investigation Team, on 80 Superfund sites. Then part of Texaco's Frontier Explorartion Team, I developed prospects across the Gulf Coast and South Carolina, discovering 3 new fields, and also worked on environmental issues. Following law school I litigated environmental class actions and multi-party cases; insurance coverage cases and environmental cases for a number of private law firms. I then worked in international water law. I earned a B.Sc. and an M.A. in Geology and Geochemistry, respectively; a J.D., Tulane Law School; LL.M.in International Law with Distinction, Georgetown University Law Center.
Interests Professional: International Law; Civil Procedure of international courts & tribunals; Federalism and Jurisdiction; International and U.S. Environmental Law; Transboundary Water Law; Sustainability; Global Warming. Personal: Playing Soccer, Hiking, Listening to Blues Music, Watching Sports, Reading