Eithan Y. Kidron

Eithan  Y. Kidron

Biography:

Kidron is a lecturer at Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law. His research deals with the tension between criminal caw and economic regulation. Kidron holds a Ph.D., LL.M. (Law, society and politics), and LL.B (cum laude) from Tel-Aviv University. Between the years 2007-2012, he was senior partner at Segev, Kidron, Greenfield & Co. and was the director of the White collar crime division in the firm. In 2014, he was a visiting fellow at the Program on Corporate Governance, Harvard University School of Law. 

 

Research Interests: 

  • Criminal law and procedure;
  • Jurisprudence;
  • Economic Regulation;
  • Corporate governance.

 

CV:

Education:

2001-2005

LL.B (cum laude) Tel-Aviv University

2006-2010

LL.M (Law, society and politics) Tel-Aviv University (Supervisor: Prof. Shai Lavi)

2011-2016

Ph.D. The Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies, Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University (Supervisors: Prof. Shai Lavi, Prof. Sharon Hannes)

2014

Visiting Fellow, Program on Corporate Governance, School of Law, Harvard University (Sponsors: Prof. Lucian Bebchuk, Prof. Jessi Fried)

 

 

Academic and Professional Experience:

2002-2005

Paralegal, Benny Katz Law Firm

2003-2004

Instructor, Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv University

2005-2006

Intern, District Attorney's Office, Central District of Israel

2006-2007

Criminal defense lawyer, Benny Katz Law Firm

2007-2012

Partner, head of white collar crime division, Segev, Kidron, Greenfield & Co. Law Firm

2015

Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv University, "Criminal Law" ("Sawa" – Kahanoff Arab Student Retention Initiative)

2016

Teaching assistant, Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv University, "Regulation"

2016

Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv University, "Criminal Law and Economic Regulation"

 

 

Publications:

2015

Eithan Yechiel Kidron, "Exemption from Criminal Liability in the Organ Market" Law Studies Law Review (in Hebrew, forthcoming - 2016)

2016

Systemic Forum Selection Ambiguity in Financial Regulation, American Criminal Law Review (forthcoming - 2016)

 

 

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