Team

I am lucky to work with some of the best students at the Hebrew University. My team works on a diverse array of projects, some delving into complex legal issues in Israel and abroad, others learning to design and run lab and field experiments, analyze big data, or all of the above. This is the current team:

Tamir Berkman

Currently a legal clerk for The Hon. Yael Willner, Associate Justice, Israeli Supreme Court, and collaborating with Prof. Barak-Corren on a new field experiment. I earned a BA In economics from Ben-Gurion University (2014) and an LL.B. from The Hebrew University in Jerusalem (2021). My main field of interest, which I intend to pursue post-internship, is constitutional law and human rights.

Shelley Robinson

I am currently studying for an LL.B in Law and a B.A in Psychology at The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. My main fields of interest, which I intend to pursue post-internship, are constitutional and public law, behavioral economics and the interaction between law and psychology.

Gilad Elituv

I am currently studying for an LL.B in Law and a B.A in Economics at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. My main fields of interest, which I intend to pursue post-internship, are constitutional law, law and social norms and economic analysis of law.

Shiraz Sultan

I am currently studying for an LL.B in Law and a B.A in Humanities at The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. I enjoy the interdisciplinary aspect of my studies, and I would very much wish to follow this path in practice as well. Pursuing the combination of philosophy and law is what interests me the most and specifically, the fields of jurisprudence, constitutional law and criminal law.

Yonah Becker

I am currently studying for an LL.B. in law and a B.A. in the ‘Amirim’ interdisciplinary honors program. My main fields of interest are constitutional law, criminal law, decision-making and morality.

Chen Agassi

I am currently studying for an LL.B in Law and a B.A in Jewish Philosophy at The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. I am especially interested in how the law affects society and creates social norms. My main fields of interest are constitutional and comparative law which I intend to pursue after finishing my studies.

Elliot Friedman

I am currently studying for an LL.B. in Law and a B.A. in the ‘Amirim’ Interdisciplinary Honors Program. I am interested in Jurisprudence, Religion and State, Law and Technology, and questions of Constitutional Law and Political Theory. I hope to pursue these fields in both theory and praxis.

Noam Shlomai Kunitz

I am currently studying for an LL.B in Law and a B.A in Economics and Philosophy at The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. My main fields of interest, which I intend to pursue post-internship, are constitutional law, jurisprudence, and the economic analysis of law.

Shira Laurence

Currently studying for my LL.B. in law, I hold a B.A. in Humanities and Middle Eastern Studies from Shalem College. During my studies at Shalem, I founded and later directed 0202: Points of View from Jerusalem, an educational nonprofit and news platform which works to bridge the gaps between East, West and Haredi Jerusalem and make the voices and perspectives of each community accessible to one other in Hebrew, Arabic and English.