Prof. Ariel Porat
Maytal Bar-Hai is a Ph.D candidate in the direct PhD program at the Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies at the Tel-Aviv University Law Faculty. Her dissertation, supervised by Prof. Ariel Porat, seeks to establish a theoretical framework for deduction of benefits from damages awarded within tort law.
Maytal received her LL.B. in Law and Cognitive Science, magna cum laude, from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. While at the Hebrew University, Maytal was Editor-in-Chief of the Hebrew University Law Review. She later served as a Law Clerk and a Senior Law Clerk for Justice Eliezer Rivlin, Deputy President (Ret.) of the Supreme Court of Israel and for Justice Asher D. Grunis, President (Ret.) of the Supreme Court of Israel.
Torts, Contracts, Remedies, Law and Economics, Private Law theory
2010 LL.B. in Law and Cognitive Science, magna cum laude, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Academic and Professional Experience:
2014-2015 Coordinator of the Rivlin Commision.
2012-2014 The Supreme Court of Israel, Senior Law Clerk to the hon. President (Ret.) Asher D. Grunis.
2010-2012 The Supreme Court of Israel, Law Clerk and Senior Law Clerk to the hon. Deputy President (Ret.) Eliezer Rivlin.
2008-2010 College of Law & Business, Teaching Assistant in the field of Contracts.
2007-2008 The Hebrew University, Editor-in-Chief of "Mishpatim" Law Review.
2007 Research Assistant in the field of Law and Behavioral Economics.