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Ruth Ronnen

Scholar in Residence (Fall 2016)

Ruth Ronnen

Ruth
Ronnen
Scholar in Residence (Fall 2016)

Judge Ruth Ronnen is a judge in the Tel-Aviv District Court. She is one of three judges in the Corporate Department in that court, which is a department specializing in corporate cases. Judge Ronnen is also responsible administrative cases. Ronnen has been appointed as a judge in 1995. In 2008, she headed the Commission for Improvement of Court Efficiency. Before her appointment, she worked as a lawyer both in Tel Aviv and in New York. Ronnen has received her LLB (Cum Laude) from the Hebrew University (in 1987) and her LLM from Tel Aviv University (2001). Ronnen is an adjunct lecturer at the Faculty of Law at the Tel Aviv University, teaching courses on banking, class actions and corporate litigation. She is a lecturer at the Israeli Bar Association and the Judges Education Institute. She recently wrote an article on the Requirement for an Informed Decision in Business Judgment Rule, and is currently contributing a chapter to the Research Handbook on Shareholder Litigation, to be published by Edward Elgar Publishing.