Lecturer in Socio Legal Studies
BA (comparative literature) (TAU), LLB (Suma cum Laude) (TAU), JSM (Stanford), JSD (Stanford)
Telephone: + 44 (0)116 252 7313
Tehila Sagy conducts research in the areas of criminal procedure, private ordering, legal anthropology, human rights, police work, international organisations, NGOs and multiculturalism. Tehila's PhD research was an ethnographic study of the legal system of the Buduburam refugee camp in Ghana. To conduct this research she received grants and scholarships from the E. David Fischman Scholarship, the American Association of University Women International Fellowship, the John M. Olin Program in Law and Economics Summer Research Fellowship, the O'Bie Shultz Fellowships in International Studies Dissertation Research (both a Dissertation Completion Grant and a Travel Grant), Stanford Centre on Conflict and Negotiation grant, Stanford Law School Dissertation Research Funding, Gould Negotiation and Mediation Program's Class of 2002 Fellowship in Conflict Resolution, SPILS Scholarship, and the Israeli Council for Higher Education Post Doctoral Fellowship.
Criminal procedure, private ordering, legal anthropology, human rights, policing, international organisations, NGOs, multiculturalism
- ‘What's so Private about Private Ordering?’, Law & Society Review 45(4):923-954 (2011).
- ‘Treating Peace as Knowledge: the UNHCR's Peace Education as a Controlling Process’, Journal of Refugee Studies 21: 360-379 (2008). Impact factor 1.191 (Thomson Reuters, 2011).
- ‘Conversion to Peace: Narratives of Individualism in UN Pedagogies’, The Journal of Migration and Refugee Issues 3(2) (2007).
- ‘It Takes a Whole Village to Create a Prostitute: The Struggle of Human Rights Organizations in Women Trafficking and Its Contribution to Regulation of Prostitution In Israel’, in Inquiries in Law, Gender and Feminism (Daphne Barak Erez et al., Eds.) (in Hebrew) (2007).
- ‘Your Comfort Is My Silence: The First Israeli Sexual Harassment Hotline’, UCLA Women Law Journal 12(2) (2003).