Uri Y. Hacohen is an Assistant Professor at Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law. His research and teaching agenda span intellectual property across the digital technology, health, and entertainment fields, as well as tort and unjust enrichment law, property law, privacy law, and law and economics. Hacohen earned a J.S.D from Berkeley School of Law, L.L.M from Columbia Law School, and LL.B from Tel Aviv University. He is also a graduate of a postdoctoral research fellowship at the Center of Law, Economics, and Politics (LEAP) at Berkeley Law School, and a research fellowship at the Center for Technology, Society & Policy (CTSP) at the UC Berkeley School of Information. His recent publications include Evergreening At Risk, 33 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology 480 (2020); Progress in the Useful Arts: Foundations of Patent Law in Growth Economics, 22 Yale Journal of Law & Technology 191 (2020) (with Robert D. Cooter); A Penny For Their Creations – Apprising Users’ Value of Copyrights in Their Social Media Content, Berkeley Technology Law Journal (with Amit Elazari, and Talia Schwartz-Maor) (forthcoming at the Berkeley Technology Law Journal).