Torts, Medical Malpractice, Evidence, Criminal Law, Legal Theory, and Economic Analysis of Law
Honors and Awards
- Editor, International Journal of Evidence & Proof
- Founding Editor, Theoretical Inquiries in Law
- Medical Malpractice
|1987 ‐ 1990||Ph.D., University of London ‐ UCL|
|1979 ‐ 1983||LL.B., Hebrew University ‐ Faculty of Law|
Procedural Law and Economics (Chris W. Sanchirico, volume ed., 2011) (ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LAW AND ECONOMICS, Vol. X, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, Cheltenham, UK, Gerrit De Geest, gen. ed., 2nd ed. 2009-2011) (2011)
This Chapter surveys the law & economics literature on self-incrimination and confessions.
The Trial-Time/Forum Principle and the Nature of Evidence Rules
Current Trends in Criminal Procedure and Evidence—A Collection of Essays in Honor of Professor Eliahu Harnon (Anat Horovitz & Mordechai Kremnitzer, eds.) (2008)
This Article examines two principles that settle temporal and jurisdictional conflicts between evidentiary rules: the trial-time principle and the forum ...