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Title: Visiting Professor of Law
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Barak Medina is the Rosalind and Arthur Gilbert Distinguished Visiting Professor of Israeli Law, Economy, and Society. He is a former Dean and Lawrence D. Biele Professor of Law at the Faculty of Law of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Professor Medina is a graduate of Tel-Aviv University, where he earned his LL.B., BA (Econ.) and MA (Econ.) degrees, Harvard Law School, LLM, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, PhD (Econ.). He has been a Visiting Professor at the University of Columbia Law School.
Professor Medina’s research interests include constitutional law and intolerant democracy, administrative law, economic analysis of law, and game theory and the law. He authored six books, including the most authoritative textbook on Israeli constitutional law (with Amnon Rubinstein), and published more than thirty articles in Israeli and American law journals. His latest book is: Law, Economics, and Morality (with Eyal Zamir), published by Oxford University Press. Professor Medina also studies issues related to Israeli constitutional law, including the issues of collective rights of national and ethnic minorities, state and religion in a Jewish and Democratic State, and constitutional limits on privatization.
B.A., Tel Aviv University (1991)
LL.B., Tel Aviv University (1992)
M.A., Tel Aviv University (1992)
LL.M., Harvard Law School (1996)
Ph.D., Economics, Hebrew University (1999)
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