Prof. Roy Kreitner, Prof. Nili Cohen
Ohad is a doctoral student in the Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies in Tel-Aviv university. He holds an LL.B. (Cum Laude) and a B.A in psychology from Tel-Aviv university and an LL.M. (1st in Class) from The European Program in Law and Economics (EMLE). His master thesis work received a scholarship from the Bucerius institution and was presented in the Sixth Annual Bucerius Research Workshop.
Ohad served as a teaching assistant in the Labor Law class of doc. Hila Shamir in Tel-Aviv university and in current the teaching assistance of Dr. Ori Ahronson in his class Methodology in Legal Research in Bar Ilan university.
His present research focuses on contractual regret from a psychological perspective.
Contract Law and Theory, Theory of Private Law, Law & Psychology, Behavioral-Economic Analysis of Law, Attribution Theory & Legal Responsibility
2011-2012 LL.M. (distinction) The European Program in Law and Economics (EMLE)
2006-2010 LL.B. (Cum Laude) Tel-Aviv university
2006-2009 B.A. Psychology, Tel-Aviv university
Academic and Professional Experience
03/2014 - Present Teaching assistant, Research Methodologies in Law, Bar-Ilan University, Faculty Of Law
03/2011-09/2011 Teaching assistant, Labor Law, Tel-Aviv University, Faculty Of Law.
Ohad Somech, ‘Behavioral - Economic Analysis of Negligence’ (work in progress), presented at the Sixth Annual Bucerius Research Workshop
Ohad Somech & Donatas Murauskas, ‘Technology Obsolescence: Legal Discussion on Industrial Complexity’, (work in progress) Presented at the Midterm Meeting Workshop in Law and Economics