Prof. Emanuel Gross, Emeritus

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Military Law, Law and Morality, Evidence, Criminal Procedure, Criminal law, Law and Terrorism

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About

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Education

  • J.S.D. Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law (1985)
  • LL.M. Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law (1982)
  • LL.B. Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law(1972)

Specialization

  • Military Law
  • Law and Morality
  • Evidence
  • Criminal Procedure
  • Criminal law
  • Law and Terrorism

Professional Experience

  • Member on the editorial board of Ius Gentium, Center for International and Comparative Law, University of Baltimore, 2001-current
  • Academic Consultant, Clinical Studies In Criminal Law, Haifa University, Law Faculty, 1994-current
  • Chief Judge, District Military Court, Southern Command, Israel Defence Force, 1987-1993
  • Deputy Chief Judge, District Military Court, Central Command, Israel Defence Force, 1980-1987
  • Deputy District Military Attorney, Central Command, Israel Defence Force, 1972-1980

Further Information

  • Deputy District Military Attorney, Central Command, Israel Defence Force, 1972-1980
  • Visiting Scholar of Law
    • Yale Law School (1990-1991)
  • Visiting Professor of Law
    • Villanova Law School (1995)
    • John Marshall Law School, Chicago (1997)
    • Washington College of Law, American University, Washington (2002) 
    • Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Toronto (2003) 
  • Acdemic Conferences
    • The Annual Conference of The Criminology Society, "The Crown Witness", Bar Illan University, 1989
    • The Military Courts Approach toward Illegal Drugs, "The Punishment Policy", Tel Aviv University, 1989
    • Codification of the Criminal Code, "The Criminal Code in Emergency Times", Haifa University law Faculty, 1993
    • Meeting of Israel and British Justices, Jerusalem, "The Constitutional Rights of the Victim in Criminal Proceedings", 1996
    • Integrating a Victim Prespective within Criminal Justice: An International Conference, "The Impact of the New Bill of Rights on the Constitutional Rights of the Victim in Israel", Leeds, England, 1998
    • Law and Terrorism, "Democracy versus Terror: Where are the Limits?", Haifa University, 2002​