Orly Lobel

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Orly Lobel
Pen nameOrly Lobel
OccupationAuthor and Law Professor
Alma materHarvard Law School
Tel Aviv Law School

Orly Lobel is an author and professor of law.[1]

Law career[edit]

Lobel law education was at the Harvard Law School and the Tel Aviv Law School, she has lectured and taught law students and MBA students at places such as the Yale Law School, University of California, San Diego, Tel-Aviv Law School and Beijing University. She is a professor and founding faculty member of the Center for Intellectual Property and Markets at the University of San Diego School of Law. Prior to joining USD, she served as a fellow at the Harvard University Center for Ethics and the Professions,[2] the Kennedy School of Government, and the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs. She also clerked at the Israeli Supreme Court. Lobel is a member of the American Law Institute.



Academic publications[3]


  1. ^ Erica, Boyed (October 2006). "A Modern Day Renaissance Woman". Advocate Magazine.
  2. ^ Harvard University, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics: http://www.ethics.harvard.edu/people/show-bio/all/202?layout=showbio
  3. ^ "Google Scholar Profile".
  4. ^ See also, a response and an intellectual debate: http://www.harvardlawreview.org/issues/120/february07/forum_437.php
  5. ^ Shapiro, Fred R.; Pearse Michelle (June 2012). "The Most Cited Law Review Articles of All Time" (PDF). Michigan Law Review. 110: 1496. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-01-12.

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