Dr. Shimon-Erez Blum teaches at Sapir Academic College since 2003.
He earned his Bachelor Degree in Law (LL.B.) from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and his Master Degree in Law (LL.M., Cum Laude) from Tel-Aviv University. In 2012 Dr. Blum completed his JSD thesis at Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law.
Simultaneously, He worked between the years 2003-2014 as an instructor and a lawyer of the Undergraduate Social Security Para-Legal Clinical Program at the Department of Public Administration and Policy in Sapir Academic College.
His areas of research and teaching include Social Security, Legal Ethics, Cause Lawyering, Legal History (especially of lawyers and Judges) and the relations between Politics, Public Administration and Law.
June 4th, 2012: "The National Insurance Institute of Israel and challenges in managing poverty, due process and social justice", Sapir College School of Law. Paper: "The National Insurance Institute of Israel and Cause Lawyers".
June 5th, 2013: "The homeless population in the south", Sapir College School of Law. Commentatorin a session on the subject of "Between academic and practical practice- opportunities for mutual contribution”.
September 30th, 2013: The 9th Annual conference of The Israeli Law and History Association, Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, Jerusalem. Paper: "Tide vs. Low Tide: The Struggle of the Ascension and Lawyers".
July 10th, 2015: The British Legal History Conference 2015, Reading University, England.
Paper: "Cause Lawyering in The Jewish Undergrounds in Mandatory Palestine".
November 1st, 2016: The Lecturers conference in Sapir College. Paper: "The High Priest and the build of the Temple: Zvi Bar-Niv and the establishment of the labor courts system in Israel".
October 2nd, 2017: The 13th Annual conference of The Israeli Law and History Association, Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, Jerusalem. Paper: "Our war is instance and terrible: The 'Juridical Underground' against the lawyers of the Arab National Fund in the Zawiya Village affair".