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In the years since I finished my SJD at Harvard, I have taught various courses in Israel, Europe and the U.S. These include courses in Civil Procedure, Class Actions and Complex Litigation, Law and Social Norms, Law and Economics, Game Theory, Negotiation and Mediation, and Private International Law. In my teaching I try to inspire students to implement original legal thinking, based on economic analysis of the law, and to provide them with theoretical and practical means to address legal questions they will encounter in their future professional careers. Below are links to some of my more recent courses.

Recent courses in Hebrew

  1. Private International Law || Syllabus (in Hebrew)

  2. Topics in Complex Litigation (with adv. Joseph Ashkenazi) || Syllabus (in Hebrew)

  3. Law and Social Norms || Syllabus (in Hebrew)

Recent courses in English

  1. Aggregate Litigation: A Global Perspective || Syllabus

  2. Law and Economics || Syllabus

  3. Game Theory and the Law || Syllabus

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