Hadar Dancig-Rosenberg is a Professor of Law at the Bar-Ilan University Faculty of Law. She is a co-founder and co-chair of the Israeli Criminal Law Association. She specializes in criminal law and procedure, and her areas of expertise include the philosophy of criminal law, non-adversarial criminal justice, therapeutic jurisprudence, and the interface between criminal and constitutional law.
Prof. Dancig-Rosenberg is a recurring Helen Diller Institute Visiting Professor and an Affiliate at the Center for the Study of Law and Society.
Before joining Bar-Ilan she served as the Academic Director of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Legal Clinic for Violence Against Women. She serves as a member of the Advisory Committee for the Israeli Minister of Justice on Criminal Procedure and Evidence Law and as a member of the Advisory Committee for the Israeli Minister of Justice on Formulating Measures to Protect the Public Against Cyberbullying. She has published in leading American, European and Israeli law journals and received numerous grants and awards for academic excellence and community involvement. She is currently a co-Principal Investigator (PI) of some empirical projects, including the first evaluation study of community courts in Israel (sponsored by JDC); a study on violence against women migrants and refugees as part of an international consortium (sponsored by the Israeli Ministry of Science and Technology in collaboration with the EU as part of Horizon 2020); a study on the use of social media by sexual assault survivors (sponsored by the Center of Long-Term Cybersecurity at UC Berkeley); and an observational study on online detention hearings.
Ph.D., Bar-Ilan University Law Faculty (2011)
LL.M., Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2006)
LL.B., Bar-Ilan University Law Faculty (2003)