Corporate commercial, wills and estates, immigration, employment, dispute settlement, public and private international law
Noemi Gal-Or, B.A. (TAU, Tel-Aviv), Ph.D. (IUHEI, Geneva), LL.B. (UBC, Vancouver) is a sole practitioner solicitor in Canadian and international law in Vancouver. She is serving on: the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) as Chair of the National Section on International Law (NSIL), is the Editor-in-Chief of its journal Canadian International Lawyer, Research Director of the International Law Association (ILA) – Canada, representing it on the Use of Force, Feminism,
Complementarity, and Procedural Law of International Courts and Tribunals Committees; and board member, International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists (IAJLJ). She participated in CBA interventions (e.g. in SCC Estate of the Late Zahra Kazemi et al. v. Islamic Republic of Iran, et al.) and submissions (e.g. Bill C-51, Anti-Terrorism Act 2015).
Dr. Gal-Or is professor of Politics and International Law at the Political Science Department, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Surrey, BC. She has published extensively in various areas including international law (trade & investment, dispute settlement, responsibility, anti-corruption, humanitarian, human rights, and criminal, law, and the non-state actor’s status); international organisations (UN, WTO); international political economy; regional integration (EU, NAFTA, draft FTAA, TPP); security, terrorism, conflict resolution, public policy, migration, and gender. She consulted the Solicitor General of Canada and the Government of Israel in some of these areas. Her most recent publication – “A Forgotten Chapter? Trans-Pacific Partnership Chapter 26 Transparency and Anti-Corruption” – is forthcoming in Canadian International Lawyer Vol 11(2).