Dr. Ori Sharon

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ori.sharon@biu.ac.il
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בניין 305 חדר 113
Short Biography

Dr. Ori Sharon is a Lecturer at the Faculty of Law and Environmental Regulation Program at Bar-Ilan University. He holds an LL.B. and LL.M. (magna cum laude) in commercial law from Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law, an LL.M. (cum laude) in environmental law and an SJD, both from Duke University School of law. Ori researches and teaches environmental law, climate law, environmental policy, property law, and international environmental law.

Ori served as a Mimshak Fellow Scientific Adviser to Dalit Zilber, Managing Director of the Planning Administration at the Department of Finance, as a Graduate Researcher at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University, and as an Adam Smith Fellow at George Mason University Mercatus Center. He also worked as an Associate at leading legal and policy organizations in the private and NGO sectors, including IronOak Energy Capital, Earthjustice, and the Southern Environmental Law Center.

Research

Environmental law, climate law, environmental policy, property law, and international environmental law.

Publications

Disappearing States: State Extinction through Climate Change, forthcoming in Alexander Zaher & Benoit Mayer (Eds.), Debating Climate Law (Cambridge University Press, 2022)

Finding Eden in a Cost Benefit State, 27(2) George Mason Law Review 571 (2020)

Roni Bar & Ori Sharon, Sustainable Urbanism and Climate Adaptation (Hebrew) 10(3) Ecology & Environment 84 (2020)

Non-Territorial EEZs: Future Rights of Small-Island States in Paul Harris (Ed.) Climate Change and Ocean Governance: Politics and Policy for Threatened Seas 290 (Cambridge University Press, 2019)

Fields of Dreams: An Economic Democracy Framework for Addressing Nimbyism 49(3) Environmental Law Reporter 10264 (2019)

Tides of Climate Change: Protecting the Natural Wealth Rights of Disappearing States 60(1) Harvard International Law Journal 95 (2019)

Ori Sharon et al., Ecosystem Services and Judge-Made Law: A Review of Legal Cases in Common Law Countries 32 Ecosystem Services 9 (2018)

Steven L. Schwarcz & Ori Sharon, Derivatives and Bankruptcy in Shadow Banking Within and Across National Borders (World Scientific, 2015)

Steven L. Schwarcz & Ori Sharon, The Bankruptcy-Law Safe Harbor for Derivatives: A Path-Dependence Analysis, 71 Washington & Lee Law Review 1715 (2014)

Last Updated Date : 16/05/2022