ד"ר Bohrer Ziv

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ziv.bohrer@biu.ac.il
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Building 306, Room 203
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Dr. Ziv Bohrer is an assistant professor at Bar-Ilan University, Faculty of Law, since 2013. In 2017, he was one of the winners of Israel’s Junior Law Faculty Workshop. Dr. Bohrer received his LL.B and B.A. (in psychology) from Haifa University (2002) and his LL.M. (magna cum laude; 2007) and Ph.D. (2011) from Tel-Aviv University-Faculty of Law. His Ph.D. subject was: "The Superior Orders Defense in Domestic and International Law-A Doctrinal and Theoretical Revision". Dr. Bohrer received a Wolf Foundation Doctorate Student Scholarship for Excellence (2010).

In 2011-12, he was a Fulbright Fellow and a Visiting Research Scholar at the University of Michigan and, in 2012-13, he was a Research Fellow at the Sacher Institute Sacher Institute for Legislative Research and Comparative Law.

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מחקר

International Criminal Law and International Humanitarian Law. He is currently researching the long (forgotten) pre-WWII history of International Criminal Law.

פרסומים

1. THE APPLICABILITY OF IHL–PART II OF MAX PLANCK TRIALOGUES ON THE LAW OF WAR AND PEACE (A. Peters & C. Marxsen eds., CUP, forthcoming) (with Janina Dill & Helen Duffy). 

2. Superior Orders Defense and Manifestly Unlawful Orders in Israeli Law, (MOD Pub., I. Fine, Ed., Intro. by M. Kremnitzer, Forthcoming) [in Hebrew]. 

3. The ‘Jolly Roger’ (Pirate Flag), in Objects in International Law (Jessie Hohmann and Daniel Joyce eds., OUP, forthcoming). 

4. Protecting State Soldiers, Compatriot Civilians or Foreign Civilians: Proportionality’s Meanings at the Tactical, Operational and Strategic Levels of War, 46 Israel Yearbook on Human Rights 171 (2016). 

5. International Criminal Law’s Millennium of Forgotten History, 34 Law and History Review 393 (2016). 

6. Human Rights vs Humanitarian Law or Rights vs Obligations: Reflections Following the Rulings in Hassan and Jaloud, 1 Questions of International Law 5 (2016). 

7. Preferring One’s Own Civilians: May Soldiers Endanger Enemy Civilians More Than They Would Endanger Their State’s Civilians?, 97 George Washington International Law Review 99 (2014) (with Iddo Porat). 

8. Lawyers in Warfare: Who Needs Them?, in Law and National Security: Selected Issues 45 (INSS, 2014) [published both in English and in Hebrew]. 

9. Proportionality in War, Protecting Soldiers from Enemy Captivity, and Israel’s Cast Lead Operation—'The Soldiers Are Everyone’s Children’, 22 USC Interdisciplinary L.J. 637 (2013) (with Mark Osiel). 

10. Proportionality in Military Force at War’s Multiple Levels: Averting Civilian Casualties vs. Safeguarding Soldiers, 46 Vanderbilt J. Transnational L.‏ 747 (2013) (with Mark Osiel). 

11. England and the Superior Orders Defence—Choosing the Middle Path, 12 Oxford University Commonwealth L.J. 273 (2012). 

12. The Superior Orders Defense—A Principal-Agent Analysis, 41 Georgia J. Int’l & Comparative L. 1 (2012).

13. Is the Prosecution of War Crimes Just and Effective? Rethinking the Lessons from Sociology and Psychology 33 Michigan J. Int’l L. 749 (2012).

14. 'Yes Minister': On a Civil Servant's Duty to Obey Superiors' Illegal Instructions, and On the Superior Orders Defense That Should Be Afforded to Such an Obedient Servant, 35 Tel Aviv U. L. Rev. 185 (2012) [in Hebrew]. 

15. Clear and Obvious? A Critical Examination of The Superior Order Defense in Israeli Case Law, 2 IDF Law Review 193 (2006) [in English] & 17 Mishpat Ve’Tzava 351 (2004) [in Hebrew].