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Name Einhorn Talia
Department The Department of Economics and Business Administration
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Academic Rank Full Professor
Personal Website http://www.ariel.ac.il/economics/
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Talia Einhorn, Professor of Law (Ordinaria) at Ariel University Department of Economics and Business Management and Visiting Senior Research Fellow at Tel Aviv University Faculty of Management, earned the degrees of B.Sc. (math-physics) (cum laude), Hebrew University of Jerusalem; LL.B., LL.M. (magna cum laude), Tel-Aviv University; and Dr. iur. (magna cum laude), University of Hamburg. She is author of The Role of the Free Trade Agreement between Israel and the EEC: The Legal Framework for Trading with Israel between Theory and Practice (Nomos 1994), Private International Law in Israel (Kluwer Law International 2009, 2nd ed. 2012) and numerous articles in international, European and Israeli law journals and scientific publications. She was founder and Editor-in-Chief of European Business Organization Law Review (EBOR) (2000-2002). She testified before the US Congress Joint Economic Committee (21 October 1997 hearing). She was appointed Professor of Law at Concordia International University Estonia (1998-2001), and Senior Research Fellow at T.M.C. Asser Institute for Private and Public International Law, International Commercial Arbitration and European Law, The Hague (1999-2002). She has taught and lectured widely at Israeli, European and American universities and institutes of higher education. Professor Einhorn is a member (titular) of the International Academy of Comparative Law; the Scientific Board of the Interdisciplinary Association of Comparative and Private International Law (IACPIL); the German Society of International Law; the American Society of International Law; ASCOLA (Academic Society for Competition Law); the International Advisory Committee consulting the Republic of China Private International Law Reform Committee (2005); the Board of the Israeli Association for the Study of European Integration (1997-2000); the German Association for the Study of European Integration; ILA (International Law Association) International Trade Law Committee; ILA Cultural Heritage Law Committee; ILA International Arbitration Committee; the Israeli Bar Association.

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