Yitzhak Hadari is a professor of tax law, multinational enterprises and corporate reorganization. And served until 2013 a the Chairman of the Tax Committee of the Israeli bar Association. He is the author of seven-volume (2d ed. and 3d ed,) Taxation of Capital Gains of Real Estate (Hebrew). and of some 60 articles in leading international and Israeli periodicals and books. He was co-chairperson of the Committee for Drafting the Bill of Israeli Tax Reform of 1975, and has been a member of several public committees, including the Experts Committee on Corporate Tax Free Reorganization, Reform Committee of Corporate Reorganization, Advisory Committee to the National Economic Planning Authority, and Public Committee for the Shares of Bank Hapoalim. The recipient of the Israel Minister of Justice and Minister of Finance Tribute, he graduated with an LL.B. and LL.M., summa cum laude, from Hebrew University, and an LL.M. and S.J.D. from the University of Michigan. Prof. Hadari has been a visiting distinguished professor at the University of Oklahoma Law Center, visiting professor at Stanford and Northwestern Law Schools, and visiting scholar at the University of Michigan Law School, New York University School of Law, University of California (Boalt Hall) at Berkeley, and University of London’s Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.