Noga Morag-Levine » Affiliated Faculty
Noga Morag-Levine (Ph.D., Jurisprudence and Social Policy, University of California Berkeley, 1995; LL.B. cum laude Hebrew University, 1986) is Professor of Law and George Roumell Faculty Scholar at Michigan State University College of Law. Drawing on environmental law, legal history and comparative politics, her research examines the institutional origins of cross-national differences in environmental and social regulation. Her earlier work addressed these issues in reference to the history of Israeli environmental and abortion law and politics. The primary focus of her research currently is on the development of distinct American and European regulatory paradigms under the respective influence of the common law and continental civil law traditions. Professor Morag-Levine is the author of Chasing the Wind: Regulating Air Pollution in the Common Law State (Princeton University Press, 2003) as well as numerous articles and essays, including, most recently, “Facts, Formalism and the Brandeis Brief: The Origins of a Myth” (University of Illinois Law Review 2013) and “The History of Precaution,” (American Journal of Comparative Law). Prior to coming to MSU she was a Visiting Fellow at the Program of Law and Public in Princeton University, Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan, and Lady Davis Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
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