Professor Anat Scolnicov studied law at the Hebrew University (LLB), at Harvard Law School (LLM) where she held a Fulbright scholarship, and the London School of Economics (PhD) and is a member of the Israel Bar. She was the Director of Studies in Law and College Lecturer in Law at Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge University. From January 2008 to 2013 she was also Deputy Director of the Centre for Public Law at Cambridge University. She has lectured on civil liberties in England and Wales, human rights law, women and the law and public law.
Before joining academia, Anat was an attorney for Association for Civil Rights in Israel, litigating, on behalf of ACRI, civil rights and constitutional Supreme Court cases, working on civil rights legislation with a specialisation in freedom of speech, freedom of information, privacy and freedom of religion and conscience. Anat has advised many NGOs on religious freedom; she participated in a UN expert group on the rights of religious minorities and her work has been cited twice by the Supreme Court of Israel.
2019-2020 Fellow: Constitutional Transplantations
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