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Shlomit Wallerstein

University Lecturer, Fellow and Tutor in Law, St. Peter’s College, Oxford University
D.Phil., University of Oxford, 2005
M.Stud., University of Oxford, 2001
B.A. (LL.B.), Hebrew University, 1999

Shlomit Wallerstein is a university lecturer at Oxford University and fellow and tutor in law at St. Peter’s College since 2007. She teaches criminal law and jurisprudence. Wallerstein received her B.A. (LL.B) in law (magna cum laude) from Hebrew University, where she acted as editor-in-chief of Mishpatim — Hebrew University’s (student-run) law review, and was a recipient of a number of awards. She then clerked at the Israeli Supreme Court. She received her master’s and doctorate in law from the University of Oxford. During her graduate studies she received a number of awards, including the Overseas Research Scholarship (ORS), the Kulkes Scholarship from Balliol College, the Lord Hailsham Award from Hebrew University, the Rithholz Jules Award from Hebrew University and the Wingate Scholarship.

Wallerstein has varied research interests in the area of criminal law theory, and more recently in international criminal law, and has published articles on legal and theoretical aspects of offences concerned with national security and the democratic regime, terrorism, defenses and other theoretical aspects of criminal law and on sexual offenses.