Dr. Boaz Shnoor
Boaz Shnoor is a lecturer at the Academic Center for Law and Business and the founder of its Environmental clinic.
Dr. Shnoor graduated from the Hebrew University, magna cum laude (1995); earned his LL.D. from the Hebrew University (direct track for outstanding candidates) (2005); and is currently a visiting scholar at the Cornell University Law School. Prior to joining the faculty (2005), he worked as a lawyer at Ephraim Abramson & Co. law firm. His areas of research include: Behavioral analysis of law, empirical and experimental analysis of law, tort law, libel law, environmental law.
Libel Law – De Lege Lata and De Lege Ferenda (2005, The Sacher Institute and The Israel Democracy Institute, Heb., together with K. Genaim, and M. Kremnitzer) This book has become a leading authority in the libel law field in Israel.
Toxic Torts (forthcoming 2010, The Sacher Institute and Nevo publishing, Heb.).
Between Civility and Reputation, following C.A.1104/07 Kheir v.Gil (together with Eyal Katvan) 15 Hamishpat 71 (2010) (Heb.).
Loss of Chance: A Behavioral Analysis of the Difference between Medical Negligence and Toxic Torts 33 Am. J. Trial advocacy 71 (2009).
Pure Economic Loss in Israel, in Pure Economic Loss 186-217 (Mauro Bussani, Vernon Palmer, Eds., Routledge-Cavendish publishing, 2009). A revised version of this chapter was published in Israeli Reports to the XVII International Congress of Comparative Law (The Sacher Institute, 2009).
“The Theoretical Foundation of Proportional Liability in Israel” 37 Mishpatim Law Review 177-218 (2007) (Heb.).
“Causation in Fact in Toxic Torts”, 23(2)Law Studies 559-620 (2007) (Heb.).
“Volenti Non Fit Injuria: Theory and Reality”, 1 Alei Mishpat (2000), pp.327-354 (Heb.).
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND LAW
JUDGMENT, JUDGING AND JUDGES-THE PSYCHOLOGY OF ADJUDICATION
DEFAMATION & PRIVACY IN USRAELI PRIVATE LAW