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פרופ' גילה שטופלר - אתר אינטרנט
Gila Stopler is an associate professor of law at the College of Law & Business and serves as the editor-in-chief of the journal Law & Ethics of Human Rights (LEHR) [LEHR is ranked 3rd in impact factor out of 657 international (non-US) law journals, according to the Washington and Lee Law Review Ranking]. Stopler’s areas of research include constitutional law, comparative constitutional law, religion state relations, multiculturalism, women's rights and human rights.
Her publications appear in leading journals such as International Journal of Constitutional Law (ICON), Oxford Journal of Law and Religion, Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change, Columbia Journal of Gender and Law, Boston University International Law Journal, Philosophy and Social Criticism, and Social Theory and Practice.
Stopler served as a as a Tikvah Fellow (faculty fellow) at the Tikvah Center for Law and Jewish Civilization at the NYU School of Law (2011-2012), and as a Hauser Research Scholar at the NYU school of law (2003-4). She holds an LL.B. (1995, magna cum laude) from the Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law, and LL.M (2001) and J.S.D degrees (2004) from the NYU School of Law. During her LLM studies (2000) Stopler served as a Public Service Scholar and won the David H. Moses Memorial Prize as the member of the LLM class with the highest cumulative average (out of 400 students).
Since 2013 Stopler has been serving as the Chair of the Board of the Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI).