I am a legal sinologist, an assistant professor at the Department of Asian Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
Before joining Hebrew U, I spent three years as a post-doctoral fellow at Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance, where I was the editor of the Harvard Law Forum on Corporate Governance and an affiliated scholar with the East Asian Legal Studies program.
I obtained my Doctoral and Master’s degrees from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where I was a Michigan Law Grotius Fellow and a Graduate Affiliate with the Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies.
Before joining academia, I worked in legal practice and spearheaded the China department of a leading Israeli law firm. My client portfolio spun the pharma, finance, agriculture, and high-technology industries. While living in China, I was a recipient of the China Scholarship Council and the Israeli Foreign Ministry scholarship for advanced Chinese studies at East China Normal University in Shanghai.
I now live in Jerusalem with my spouse and our 2 children (perhaps soon, a dog). Like any true Jerusalem-born resident, I am clueless about street names but know a good Bourekas when I smell one.
You can access my CV here.
הפקולטה למדעי הרוח, בחזית המחקר: פוליטיקה, חוק ומשפט והשפעתם על כלכלת סין המודרנית – ד"ר תמר (תמי) גרוסוולד עוזרי