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Ori Katz is a member of the faculty as of 2023. He graduated (SCL) law and psychology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and then interned at the Supreme Court with Judge Hanan Meltzer.
Ori completed his doctoral studies in 2020 at the Hebrew University and received rabbinic ordination from the Chief Rabbinate of Israel. He served as a visiting researcher at the Harvard Law School, and in this framework he won scholarships from Fulbright and the Rothschild Foundation.

Uri's research interests include contract law, empirical research of law, behavioral analysis of law, judicial discretion and decision-making. His research combines theoretical, observational and experimental methodologies. His research was published, among others, in the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies; The University of Toronto Law Journal; Law & Social Inquiry; and American Journal of Comparative Law.

Ori teaches the basic course in contract law at the faculty, as well as an introductory course in legal research methods.


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