Fields of Practice:
Labor and Employment Law, Corporate Law, Administrative Law, Ethics, Law and Society, Legal Theory
Sima Kramer is a doctoral candidate at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a barrister in the Department of Labor and Employment Law in the State Attorney’s Office. Her research focuses on the obligations of workers in the workplace, with respect to society, the employer, and, in her doctoral dissertation, with respect to colleagues. Ms. Kramer has lectured on public international law, trade secrets, and the right to privacy in the workplace. She has a Masters in Law from the University of Toronto, specializing in Intellectual Property, and a first degree in Law and English Literature from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her areas of interest include ideas in political and normative philosophy regarding autonomy and obligations, sociological theories of communities, the regulation of behavior in the workplace (sexual harassment, bullying, libel, privacy), management, discipline and ethics in organizations, and theories of contract law.