Prof. Lerner Shalom

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Prof. Lerner Shalom
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Research

Research interests: 

Commercial Law (Banking, Commercial Paper, Financial Transactions, Secured  Transactions), Property and Jewish Religious Law

Publications

Books (as editor)

 

1."New Developments in  International Commercial and Consumer Law", Co-editor ( Hart publishing, Oxford, 1998)

 

 

Articles

 

1.  “Voidable Title Theory: Israeli Law in Light of Anglo-American Law”, 20 Israel Law Review (1986) 462.

2. “A Lessor’s Objection to Assignment of the Lease by the Lessee: Israeli Law in Light of the Common Law” 17 Brooklyn J. of Int’l Law (1991)293.

3. "Restrictive Terms in Floating Charges: The Israeli Experience" 39 Saint Louis University L. Rev. (1995) 841.

4. “Contractual Rights and Checks as Security in Israel” 22 Penn State Int’l L. Rev. (2003) 87.

5. ."Securitization in Israel" 42 Tex. Int'l L.J. (2007) 751-764

6. "Protection of Home Purchasers in Israel" 24  B.F.L.Rev. (2009) 579 – 599

7. "Factoring in Israel" 27 Penn State Int'l L. Rev. (2009) 791 – 802

8. "Debt Registration as a Substitute to Security Interest Law" 6 Bocconi Legal Papers (2015) 161- 203

 

Books Review:

 

1. Legal Problems of  Credit and Security by Roy M. Goode, 105 Law Quarterly Review (1989) 329.

  

Chapters in Books

 

1. “Commercial Law”, in  “Introduction to Israeli Law"  pp. 175- 192 (1995, Kluwer pub.)

2. "The Registration of Company Charges  against Real  Property"  in "New Developments in  International Commercial and Consumer Law" ( Hart publishing, Oxford, 1998)

3. “Assignment of Receivables in the World of Modern Finance", in Israeli Reports to the xv International Congress of Comparative Law (Hebrew University, 1999) 213 – 260.

PUBLICATIONS (Hebrew)

Books:

The Law of Leases (1990, 251 pp. + index)

Company Charges (1996, 448 pp. +  index).

The Law of Bills and Notes (1st ed., 1999,  523 pp. +  index : 2nd ed., 2007, 509 pp. +  index)

Assignment of Debts (2002, 372 pp +  index)

The Law of Set-Off (2009, 300 pp. + index)

Articles:

1. “Equity of Redemption in Jewish Law”, 5 Shenaton Hamishpat Haivri (Institute of Research in Jewish Law) Hebrew University, Jerusalem, (1978) 155.

2. “Assignment of Debts and Pledges in Jewish Law”,1 Bar Ilan Studies In Law (1980) 197.

3. “On the Distinction Between an Absolute Assignment and an Assignment as Collateral”, 12 Mishpatim (Hebrew University Law Review) (1982) 281.

4. “The Essence of Conditional Sale”, 13Mishpatim (Hebrew University Law Review) (1983) 305

5. “Restrictions on Assignment of Debts”, 3 Bar Ilan Studies In Law, (1984) 156.

6. “Set-Off against Assignee”, 15 Mishpatim (Hebrew University Law Review)(1985) 81.

7. “Transfer of Title in the Sale of Goods, 5 Bar Ilan Studies In Law (1986) 77.

8. “Modification of Contract without Assignees’ Consent”, 6 Bar IlanStudies In Law (1988) 59

9. “Bank Credit as Value in Negotiable Instruments”, 17 Mishpatim (Hebrew University Law Review) (1987) 71.

10. “Negotiability and Negotiable Instruments: A Critical Analysis”, 6 Bar Ilan Studies In Law (1988) 38

11. “Execution and Garnishment in Bills and Notes”, 9 Bar Ilan Studies In Law  (1991)  219.

12. “Set-Off in Bankruptcy”, 22 Mishpatim (Hebrew University Law Review) (1992) 219 .

13. “Assignment of Rights in Real Property”, 17 Tel Aviv University Law Review (1992) 433.

Chapters in Books

1. “Assignment of Debts” ,inThe Law of Obligations- General Part ( D. Friedmann, editor,1994, 131 pp.)

2. "CommercialLaw and Civil Law: An Anatomy of Classification", in Essays in Memory of   Professor Guido Tedeschi (1995) pp. 503 - 534

Books Review:

1. The Law of Property - General Part by Prof. Joshua Weisman, 12 Bar Ilan Studies In Law (1995) 237

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EDUCATION:

 

1972-1975                   LL.B., Bar Ilan University, Israel, Magna Cum Lauda         

1976-1981                                 S.J.D. Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Dissertation Topic: “Security Interests in Jewish Law”, under the supervision of Justice Professor Menachem Elon                   

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

 

Commercial Law (Banking, Commercial Paper, Financial Transactions, Secured  Transactions), Property and Jewish Religious Law

 

TEACHING FIELDS:

 

Commercial Law (Banking, Commercial Paper, Financial Transactions, Secured  Transactions) ,  Property, Jewish Law

 

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

 

1990 - 1994             Dean, Bar Ilan University Law School

1993 - 2007             Lecturer,  School of Law, College of Management                                    

1975                         Law Clerk,  Justice Y. Cahan, Supreme Court of Israel.

1975 -  Present         Member, The Israeli Bar

 

VISITING PROFESSOR

 

1980- 1981- Harvard Law School (Visiting Scholar)

2000- Osgoode Hall Law School

2010- University of East Piemonte, Italy

2013-  SMU Dedman School of Law, Dallas, USA

Courses

99-208-02 Property Law

99-383-01 Payment Systems

99-406-01 Property Law

99-427-01/02 Secured Transactions