Bio

Amy is a third year Law student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem specializing in international commercial arbitration and litigation. She is a member of the Faculty’s VIS International Moot Team.

Amy holds a PhD in Rabbinic Law from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and spent two years as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto Law School focusing on comparative tort theory, Roman Law and Kant’s theory of Law. She recently published an article on Inducing Acts in Comparative Legal theory in the Touro Law Review (forthcoming 2021) and is presently transforming her dissertation into the monograph Causation in Rabbinic Law.

Education

2014
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem PhD (Rabbinic Law)
2005
McGill University MA (Jewish Studies)
1996
Bar-Ilan University BA (Talmud)

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