Dr. Ronit Donyets-Kedar is the Head of the Corporate Social Responsibility Institute at the College of Law and Business. She has graduated, Summa Cum Laude, from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law, where she won the Weinfeld award for excellence in labor law. Dr. Donyets-Kedar has earned her LL.M And JSD degrees from New York University School of Law. She wrote her doctoral thesis in legal philosophy ("Owing More to Each Other: Rethinking Contractualism in Ethics"), under the supervision of Prof. Liam Murphy.
Dr. Donyets-Kedar teaches Legal philosophy, Corporate Social Responsibility, Contract Law, Unjust Enrichment, and Interpretation in law, as well as Legal Aspects of Privatization. Her areas of research include: legal and moral philosophy, political philosophy, corporate social responsibility and contract theory. She is currently working on a book-project that offers a philosophical analysis of responsibility in morality, politics and law. Her publications include:"The Unrecognized Dominance of Law in Morality: The Case of Promises", Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence; Jan 2011, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p.79 ; "Reciprocity in Morality and Law", Law and Ethics of Human Rights ( vol. 6) 2011 (forthcoming); "CSR and Clinical Legal Education: Challenging the Limits of Law", 17 Hamishpat (forthcoming 2012) (with O. Sitbon); "Abandoning the Public Private divide: Towards a new concept of Responsibility", 42 Mishpatim Law Review (Forthcoming 2012);