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Noa Ben-Asher

Noa Ben-Asher
Noa Ben-Asher

Associate Professor of Law
LLB, Bar-Ilan University Faculty of Law (Ramat-Gan, Israel)
LLM, New York University School of Law
JSD, New York University School of Law

Contact:
nbenasher@law.pace.edu
(914) 422-4545
Office: P317

Assistant:
Lorraine Rubich
Office: P201
(914) 422-4226

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Professor Noa Ben-Asher joined the Pace Law School faculty in August 2009 from the Associate-in-Law program at Columbia Law School (2007-2009). Prior to her associateship, she was a Williams Fellow at the University of California–Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Law (2006), where she also taught at the department of LGBT studies. From 2004-2005, she practiced in the litigation department of Proskauer Rose LLP in New York. She is a graduate of New York University School of Law (LLM 2001; JSD 2006), and Bar-Ilan University School of Law (LLB 1999). At Pace, Professor Ben-Asher teaches Torts; Family Law; and Sexuality, Gender & the Law.

Courses: 
  • Torts
  • Family Law
  • Sexuality, Gender and the Law
Publications: 
Articles "Conferring Dignity: The Metamorphosis of the Legal Homosexual," 37 Harvard Journal of Law and Gender No. 2 (2014).
  "The Lawmaking Family," 90 Wash. U. L. Rev. 363 (2012).
  "Obligatory Health," 15 Yale Hum. Rights & Dev. J 1 (2012).
  "Legalism and Decisionism in Crisis," 71 Ohio St. L. J. 699 (2010).
  "Legal Holes," 5 Unbound 1 (2009).
  "The Curing Law: On the Legal Evolution of Baby-Making Markets," 30 Cardozo L. Rev. 1885 (2009).
  "Who Says ‘I Do’? (Reviewing Judith Butler & Gayatri Spivak, Who Sings the Nation-State?)," 21 Yale Journal of Law & Feminism 245 (2009).
  "The Necessity of Sex Change: A Struggle for Intersex and Transsex Liberties," 29 Harvard Journal of Law & Gender 51 (2006).
  "Paradoxes of Health and Equality: When a Boy Becomes a Girl," 16 Yale Journal of Law & Feminism 275 (2004).
  "Screening Historical Sexualities: Roundtable on Sodomy, South Africa, and Proteus," 11 GLQ: A Journal of Gay & Lesbian Studies 437 (with Bruce Brassel, Daniel Garrett, John Greyson, Jack Lewis and Susan Newton-King) (2005).