Hadassa Noorda is assistant professor at the University of Amsterdam, Department of Criminal Law. She works in the area of philosophy of criminal law. Her work has appeared in international refereed journals and she has spoken at several reputed conferences and workshops in North America, Europe and Asia. Her most recent publications appeared in New Criminal Law Review, Criminal Law and Philosophy, and Criminal Justice Ethics. In her article “Preventive Deprivations of Liberty: Asset Freezes and Travel Bans”she develops the novel concept “exprisonment” to refer to incapacitation measures short of imprisonment, in “Law Reform as a Response to Terrorist Threats” she sets out guidelines for law reform processes to account for the challenges that terrorism may pose to the rule of law and democracy, and in “Regulation as Punishment” she addresses the stigmatizing and punitive aspects of regulatory measures.
Educated in both law and philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and Columbia University (LL.B., LL.M., BA, MA, PhD), Dr. Noorda was a Dworkin Balzan post-doctoral fellow and a Postdoctoral Global Hauser Fellowat the Center for Law and Philosophy at NYU, under the supervision of Jeremy Waldron and Liam Murphy, and a research fellow at Columbia Law School. As part of her PhD research, she was a visiting researcher at Georgetown University, UC Berkeley, and the European University Institute. She was also the recipient of a Rubicon grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research in collaboration with Rutgers’ Institute for Law and Philosophy for her research into the protection of individual liberty in times of terrorism.
PhD (Philosophy of Law - University of Amsterdam)
MA (Philosophy - University of Amsterdam)
LLM (International Criminal Law - Columbia University, University of Amsterdam)
LLB cum honore (University of Amsterdam)
BA (Philosophy - University of Amsterdam)