Tammy Katsabian (PhD) is a senior lecturer at the Haim Striks Faculty of Law at the College of Management Academic Studies. Her research is dealing with labor rights in the digital reality, with a specific focus on questions of privacy, equality, working from home (“telework”) and the gig economy. Tammy has a PhD degree from the law faculty of the Hebrew University, an L.L.M degree from Yale Law School and Tel-Aviv University (cum laude) and an L.L.B degree from Bar Ilan University (cum laude). She was a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard Law School and was awarded a Fulbright-ISEF Postdoctoral Fellowship and Rothschild Postdoctoral Fellowship to pursue her post doctorate research project. In the past, Tammy was the executive director of the Clinical Legal Education Center at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and served as the clinical and academic advisor of the Women’s Rights at Work Clinic. Tammy’s work was published in top-ranking journals, such as the Modern Law Review, McGill Law Journal, and Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law.
Research areas and interests: Labor Law; Women’s Studies; Law and Society; Law and Technology