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Dr. Israel DoronResearcher


University of Haifa

Job title

Senior Lecturer


Mount Carmel
Haifa, 31905



Social Gerontology, Social work

Other disciplines

Elder Law, Ethics, Social Justice, Pensions

Specialist areas

Law and aging
Aging, social policy and intergenerational justice
Ethics and old age

Methodology areas

Case studies
Legal/ethical research methods


LL.B. (Hebrew U. Jerusalem); LL.M. (American College of Law, Washington DC); Ph.D. (Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto).
Senior lecturer at the Department of Gerontology and School of Social Work, University of Haifa, Israel.
President of the Israeli Gerontological Society.
Author of the book Ageing Law and Justice (Hebrew) and editor of the books Theories on Law and Aging (Springer, 2009) and The Rights of Older Persons (IFA, 2008).