Dr. Ronit Levine-Schnur is a senior lecturer at the Radzyner Law School, and a research associate at the Gazit-Globe Institute for Real Estate at IDC Herzliya. She is a lawyer, an urban planner, and a property and land use law expert. Dr. Levine-Schnur is mostly interested in studying and measuring the effects of regulatory and other legal mechanisms on the socio-spatial distribution of social and economic burdens and benefits and on the effects of social and economic factors on decision-making processes. Her current research project focuses on the effects of expropriations of private property and land use reforms on housing prices. Her research appeared in journals such as Journal of Legal Studies, Law and Social Inquiry, and the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies.
Dr. Levine-Schnur obtained her LL.D. (Ph.D. equivalent) from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law in 2015. She also holds a Master’s degree in Law and Urban and Regional Planning from this institution.
Dr. Levine-Schnur was previously a Halbert Post-doctoral fellow at the University of Toronto, Canada, and a Visiting Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science. In 2018 served as a Distinguished Visiting Professor at Xi'an Jiaotong University, China. Levine-Schnur was a working group leader and head of the dissemination board of the COST action CA17125 on public value capture of increasing property values. In 2020 she was awarded with the Cheshin Award for Academic Excellence in the Field of Law for Young Researcher; the Gorni Award for Excellent Young Researcher in Public Law; the Cegla Young Faculty Award for an Excellent Paper, and Honorable Mention in the inaugural International Society of Public Law Israeli Chapter Best Paper Award in Public Law for Young Researcher. Dr. Levine-Schnur is the Scientific advisor for the "Dissensus: Legislation, Planning, Architecture" exhibition currently presented at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
Levine-Schnur, Ronit. 2020. From Blackstone to Blockchain: Theorizing Property Law in the Age of Cryptography. In Amnon Lehavi and Ronit Levine-Schnur (eds.). Disruptive Technology, Legal Innovation and the Future of Real Estate (Springer)
תדפיס: רונית לוין-שנור ויובל פרוקצ׳יה ״חופש החוזים או החופש לחוקק: בעקבות אסדרתו הקוגנטית של חוזה השכירות למגורים״ ספר שלו - עיונים בתורת החוזה (אפי צמח, יהודה אדר ואהרון ברק, עורכים) (עתיד להתפרסם)
רונית לוין-שנור ״על תרומתו של פרופ׳ יהושע ויסמן ז״ל לדיני הקניין בישראל: עיון נוסף במאמרו ׳החיאת אדמות מואת כדרך לרכישת בעלות׳ (1964)״ משפטים על אתר טז 1 (2020)
Nelson Camanho, Ronit Levine-Schnur, and Tal Farber, Dealing with an Anchoring Bias in the Mortgage Market: Regulatory Approach, in Measuring the Effectiveness of Real Estate Regulation: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (R. Levine-Schnur, ed., 2020, Springer)
Malcai, Ofer, Ronit Levine-Schnur. 2017. “When Procedure Takes Priority: A Theoretical Evaluation of the Contemporary Trends in Criminal Procedure and Evidence Law”, 30 Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 187
Levine-Schnur, Ronit, Gideon Parchomovsky. 2016. “Is the Government Fiscally Blind? An Empirical Examination of the Effect of the Compensation Requirement on Eminent Domain Exercises”, 45 Journal of Legal Studies 437
Levine-Schnur, Ronit. 2016. “How to Compare and Measure Different Levels of Law Enforcement: Observing Differences in Legislation is Not Enough”, Proceedings of the National Academy Science USA, 10.1073/pnas.1606123113 [Letter]