Ido Katri

Tel Aviv Univeristy

Ido Katri is an Assistant Professor of Law and Social Work at Tel-Aviv University. Katri’s research spans Legal and Critical Theory, emphasizing Administrative, Equality, and Welfare Law. Their research explores themes around trans rights, gender and sexuality, and the impacts of race and racialization on subjectivity and subjection. Before transitioning to academia, they co-founded the Gila Project for Trans Empowerment and practiced law, representing residents of the Gaza Strip and incarcerated trans people. Katri holds a Doctorate in Law from the University of Toronto in the collaborative programs for Sexual Diversity Studies, is a former scholar at the Pierre Elliot Trudeau Foundation, a graduate of the Vanier Canada program, a recipient of Canada’s Governor General’s Gold Medal and other awards and grants. Katri’s work has been featured or forthcoming in a broad spectrum of publications, from the Yale Law Journal to Transgender Studies Quarterly, has served as the basis for policy reforms, and has been cited by courts, international bodies, and professional organizations.