Professor of Law
Co-Director, McGeorge Global Center for Business and Development
Director, International Concentration
B.A., Northwestern University
J.D., Yale Law School
Divorce without Separation: Reimagining the 2-State Solution, Ehtnopolitics (forthcoming 2016).
Majority problems: Minoritarian regimes and the threat of democracy, 38 Ethnic & Racial Studies 2516 (2015).
Responding to Ethnic and Religious Conflict in the New Arab Order: The Promise and Limits of Rights, 17 UCLS J. Int'l L. & For. Aff. 29 (2013).
Contractualism in the Law of Treaties, 34 Mich. J. Int'l L. 1 (2012).
Omar M. Dajani & Nicholas Gibson, Disproportionality & Deterrence: The Dahiya Doctrine under International Law, in Palestine and International Law: New Approaches (Bir Zeit U. Press 2011).
Past the Point of Past the Point of No Return? A Rights-Based Framework for International Engagement in Israel/Palestine (with Hiba Husseini) (Oslo: NOREF, 2014)
The emerging reality in Palestine: Entrenched occupation & 'fragnation' (with Hiba Husseini) (Oslo: NOREF, 2014)
Courses: Public International Law, International Negotiations, Transnational Lawyering, United Nations Law & Practice, Contracts