Shelly Kreiczer Levy is an assistant professor at the Academic Center of Law and Business. She obtained her PhD (law) in from Tel Aviv University, in the direct track for doctoral studies (2009). Following her graduation from law school, she clerked for Supreme Court Chief Justice Aharon Barak. Shelly was also a visiting researcher at Yale Law School (2008). Kreiczer-Levy's research interests are located at the intersection of property law and family law, including inheritance law, trusts and estates, and intergenerational home sharing. Recently, she co-organized an international workshop on intergenerational justice (http://www.clb.ac.il/workshops/2013) and is a guest editor of the Journal Law & Ethic of Human Rights, volume 8.
Deliberative Accountability Rules: Promoting Accountability in Inheritance Law 45Michigan Journal of Law Reform 937 (2012).
Inheritance Legal Systems and the Intergenerational Bond 46 Real Property Trust and Estate Law Journal 495 (2012).
The Non-enforcement of Will Contracts Revisited 4 Hukim – A Journal on Legislation 5 (2012) (Hebrew).
Property and Belongingness: Rethinking Gender-Bias Disinheritance 21 Texas Journal of Women and the Law 119 (2011, with Meital Pinto).
Religiously-Inspired Gender Bias Disinheritance – What’s Law Got to Do with it? 43 Creighton Law Review 689 (2010)
The Mandatory Nature of Inheritance 53 American Journal of Jurisprudence 105 (2008).