Dr. Tomer Broude is the Sylvan M. Cohen Chair in Law, Senior Lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the Faculty of Law and Department of International Relations and the Academic Director of the Minerva Center for Human Rights in Jerusalem. He has taught international law at various law schools in Israel, and at the University of Toronto, Georgetown University Law Center, Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies, the University of British Columbia and at Bocconi University in Milano.
His fields of research are in public international law, with a focus on international economic law, international human rights, transitional justice and migration and refugee law.
His publications include International Governance in the WTO: Judicial Boundaries and Political Capitulation (2004); The Shifting Allocation of Authority in International Law: Considering Sovereignty, Supremacy and Subsidiary (2008, ed. with Yuval Shany); The Politics of International Economic Law (2010, ed. with Marc Busch and Amy Porges); Law and Development Perspective on International Trade (ed. with Y.S. Lee, W.M. Choi and G. Horlick) and articles and essays that have appeared in the Vanderbilt Law Review, Journal of World Trade, World Trade Review, Journal of International Economic Law, Journal of World Intellectual Property Law, the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal and the Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, among others.
In 2007-09, he served as Co-Chair of the International Economic Law Interest Group of the American Society of International Law; he is one of the founders of the Society of International Economic Law and a member of its Executive Council, and a Member of the International Law Association's Committee on the International Law of Sustainable Development. He is a co-founder of the African International Economic Law Network and serves as a Regional Expert for the World Trade Organization (WTO) Institute for Training and Technical Cooperation (Central and Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Caucasus Countries). In 2011 he was appointed to the WTO's indicative list of governmental and non-governmental dispute settlement panelists.