Dr. Shay Lavie
Civil Procedure, Class Actions & Complex Litigation, Law & Economics, Game Theory, Empirical Methods.
|2005||Hebrew University, LL.B.|
|2007||Columbia University, New York USA, LL.M|
|2012||Harvard University, Cambridge USA, SJD|
|03/2005-02/2006||Law Clerk, Chief Justice Aharon Barak, Supreme Court of Israel|
|Summer 2008||Summer Associate, Amit, Pollak, Matalon and Co. Law Offices, Tel Aviv|
|Summer 2009||Summer Associate, Sanford, Wittels & Heisler LLP, New York|
|Summer and Fall 2012||Summer Associate, Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC, New York|
Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv University, Assistant Professor (tenured since 2018)
Courses: Civil Procedure; Law & Economics; Class Actions; Economics of Litigation; Regulation through Litigation; Law & Economics Workshop; Empirical Legal Studies Workshop.
Cornell Law School, Visiting Professor
Judgment-Contingent Penalties: Signaling in Negative Expected-Value Suits, Journal of Legal Studies (forthcoming 2022) (co-authored with Avraham Tabbach)
Judgment-Contingent Settlements. Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, Vol. 36 (forthcoming 2020) (co-authored with Avraham Tabbach).
Adjusting Legal Standards. European Journal of Law & Economics, (forthcoming 2019) (co-authored with Tal Ganor and Yuval Feldman).
Quotas. Journal of Law & Politics, Vol. 34, pp. 21-65, 2018.
- Selected for presentation at the Stanford Int'l Junior Faculty Forum
Litigation Signals. Santa Clara Law Review, Vol. 58, pp. 1-57, 2018 (co-authored with Avraham Tabbach).