Dr. Shay Lavie

מנהלת הפקולטה למשפטים סגל אקדמי בכיר
Dr. Shay Lavie
Phone: 03-6409146

Biography

Shay Lavie is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Law, teaching civil procedure, law and economics, and class actions.  He received an S.J.D. degree from Harvard Law School (2012), where he was the recipient of the Byse Fellowship, teaching the non-credit workshop Regulation through Litigation.  He holds degrees from Columbia Law School (LL.M., 2007, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar), and the Hebrew University (LL.B., 2005, Magna Cum Laude).  He served as a law clerk to the then Chief Justice of the Israeli Supreme Court, Aharon Barak, and practiced in class action law firms.  His academic work integrates diverse methodologies, including doctrinal analysis, law and economics insights, game theoretical tools, and quantitative methods.  It was awarded competitive grants (such as the Israeli Science Foundation) and published in a variety of  venues.

Research Interests

Civil Procedure, Class Actions & Complex Litigation, Law & Economics, Empirical Methods.

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Education

2005 Hebrew University, LL.B.
2007 Columbia University, New York USA, LL.M
2012 Harvard University, Cambridge USA, SJD

 

Professional Experience

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
Starting 04/2013 Lecturer (Assistant Professor), Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University

 

Academic Appointments

2013-Present

Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv University, Assistant Professor

Courses: Civil Procedure; Law & Economics; Class Actions; Regulation through Litigation; Economics of Litigation.

Fall 2017

Cornell Law School, Visiting Professor
Course: Class Actions.

 

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Representative Publications

 
Torts for Non-Victims: The Case for Third-Party Litigation. Illinois Law Review, (forthcoming 2018) (co-authored with Ehud Guttel and Alon Harel).
 
 
Discretionary Review and Undesired Cases, European Journal of Law and Economics (forthcoming 2017)
 
 
Appellate Courts and Caseload Pressure, Stanford Law & Policy Review, Vol. 27, pp. 57-100, 2016
       - Featured in Law360 (Jan. 24, 2017), [link]  
 
 
Are Judges Tied to the Past? Evidence from Jurisdiction CasesHofstra Law Review, Vol. 43, pp. 337-75, 2014 
        -  Reprinted in the 2015 Romanian Judges’ Forum Review
 
 
Notre Dame Law Review, Vol. 88., pp. 697-757, 2013.
 
 
Tel Aviv University Law Review, Vol. 34, pp. 437-473, 2011 (in Hebrew) (co-authored with Liav Orgad).
 
 
George Washington Law Review, Vol. 79, pp. 1065-1102, 2011.
 
 

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