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Dr. Eyal Katvan

Room:

312

 

Email:

katvan@biu.013.net.il

Short bio:

Dr. Eyal Katvan, PhD, PhD, LLM, is a jurist, feminist, historian and bioethicist. He holds two PhDs. (bioethics, law and medicine; history of medicine). His academic interests lie in the fields of bioethics, law & medicine; The Legal and Medical Professions; legal history and the history of medicine; He specializes in the topics of “Medical, Physical and Mental Examinations,” as well as “Women in the Legal and Medical Professions in (pre-state) Israel”; The regulation of the (legal and medical) professions; Historical, Legal and ethical perspectives of organ transplantation; And “Honor” (“Kavod”) in Mandatory Palestine. Eyal’s Eyal has published dozens of scholarly articles addressing these issues in top academic (medical, legal, historical) journals.

Dr Katvan served as a visiting scholar at: the Center for Clinical Bioethics, Georgetown University, Washington D.C.; The Hadassah-Brandeis Institute on Jewish Women at Brandeis University; the Department of Ethics, Philosophy and History of Medicine, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, Netherlands; the International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Onati, Spain; and the Max-Planck-Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt, Germany.

He participated (and organized) in numerous conferences in Israel and abroad; and received several academic awards and honors. Dr. Katvan received several competitive academic grants, prizes and scholarships for his academic work. He serves as a Board member of several academic institutes/journals. Dr. Katvan served as the head of the Public Committee on age as a criterion in organ transplantation. He served as a member of the Ethics Committee and of the Helsinki Committee, and Member of the Institutional Review Board (Live Organ Transplantation/Donation). He is a member of the Israeli Bar since May 1998.

Courses:

Evidence Law

Professional Legal Ethics

Health Law

Bioethics, Law and Medicine

Israel Legal History

Moot Court

Katvan, Eyal, Halperin-Kaddari, Ruth, “Rosa Ginossar”, in Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia (Jerusalem, Shalvi Publishing, 2006).

http://jwa.org/encyclopedia/article/ginossar-rosa

Too Many Lawyers? The Future of the Legal Profession, (Eyal Katvan, Carole Silver, Neta Ziv and Avrom Sherr, eds., Routledge, 2017).

Katvan et al., “Age limitation for organ transplantation: the Israeli example”, Age and Ageing, Volume 46, Issue 1, 19 January 2017, at p.8.

Katvan Eyal, “The History of Dentistry in pre-State Israel: The De-Feminization Process”, Hamishpat (2011) (in Hebrew).

full list צמצם

PROFESSIONAL LEGAL ETHICS
EVIDENCE LAW

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