Head of the Honors Program and Senior Lecturer at the Ono Academic College.
J.S.D. (doctorate), School of Law, Yale University, USA; LL. B. School of Law, the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Formerly an attorney at Y. Arnon and Co. Jerusalem, Israel. Member of the Executive Board of Concord – Research Center for the Interplay between International Norms and Israeli Law. Research Fields: Internalization of international public law in Israel; attitude of national courts to international courts; laws of occupation in international law; constitutional theory in Israeli law. Among his recent publications: Cohen, A. (2009, forthcoming); “Strategies of the of National Justice; National Courts” Response to International Courts Criticism of their Decisions” in Stern, Y. (ed.) Concepts of Justice in Different Cultures; Cohen, A. (2008). "Public Choice: Principles and Research in Israel," Kiryat Hamishpat 7 p. 115; Cohen, A. (2008). "Domestic Courts and Sovereignty," in Shany, Y. (ed.) Sovereignty, Supremacy, Subsidiarity: in honor of Prof. Ruth Lapidot. Hart, p. 265; Cohen, A (2008). "Rules and Standards in the Application of IHL" forthcoming 2008 in: Israel Law Review 40.