Dr. Doreen Lustig is a tenured, assistant professor at Tel Aviv University School of Law. She specializes in comparative climate law, international law, constitutional law and global governance.


Doreen teaches and researches in the fields of international law, global governance, constitutional law and climate change. Her recent publications appeared in the International Journal of Constitutional Law, the European Journal of International Law and include her book, Veiled Power: International Law and the Private Corporation 1886-1981 (Oxford University Press, 2020)

Research interests

  • Climate litigation
  • Climate Justice
  • Global governance and climate change
  • Science and Climate with a focus on the IPCC
  • Transnational environmental movements (focus on youth social movement in the context of climate change)
  • Children’s rights and human rights more broadly
  • Democratic theory and the climate crisis
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