Asli Ü. Bâli is a Professor of Law at the University of California, Los Angeles and Director of the UCLA Center for Near Eastern Studies. She earned her B.A. from Williams College, M.Phil. from Cambridge University, M.P.A. from Princeton University, J.D. from Yale University, and Ph.D. from Princeton University.
Professor Bâli’s principal scholarly interests lie in two areas: public international law—including human rights law and the law of the international security order—and comparative constitutional law, with a focus on the Middle East.
Bali, Asli U., and Hanna Lerner. “Constitutional Design Without Constitutional Moments: Lessons from Religiously Divided Societies.” Cornell International Law Journal 49 (2016): 227-308.
Bâli, Aslı. “Courts and Constitutional Transition: Lessons from the Turkish Case.” International Journal of Constitutional Law 11.3 (2013): 666-701.
Bâli, Aslı, and Aziz Rana. “American Overreach: Strategic Interests and Millennial Ambitions in the Middle East.” Geopolitics 15.2 (2010): 210-238.