Tzili Mor teaches International and Comparative Women's Human Rights for Fall 2014. She is a Visiting Jurist for UCLA School of Law’s Visiting Scholars & Researchers Program where her primary research and teaching interests are on human rights, gender, and the impact of rule of law reform on lived realities.
Mor is an international human rights expert in advocacy, legislative reform, and litigation focused on gender justice and women’s human rights with experience in dozens of countries and in international fora. After law school, she was a global co-coordinator for Amnesty International, a human rights and gender specialist for the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative, a gender justice adviser with the International Development Law Organization, and a visiting associate professor and acting director for the International Women’s Human Rights Clinic at Georgetown University Law Center.
Mor’s scholarship has appeared or is forthcoming in the University of Baltimore Law Review, the Georgetown Journal of International Law, the Michigan Journal of Gender & Law, and in numerous professional publications including for Plan International, the Center for Reproductive Rights, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, and IRIS Center for UNIFEM.
Mor earned her B.A. summa cum laude from UCLA, her M.S. from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, her J.D. cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center, and her LL.M. from Georgetown University Law Center.