Dr. Itay Lipschits
Dr. Itay Lipschits is an Associate Professor of Law (senior lecturer). He has graduated from the Bar-Iilan University Faculty of Law where he was the Editor-in-Chief of “Mechkarey-Mishpat” Bar-Ilan University Law Journal. He received his PhD from the Bar-Iilan University after graduating from the direct PhD program for outstanding students, and wrote his thesis on “The Compromise in Jewish Law”.
Dr. Lipschits’ main research and teaching areas are Jewish Law, Civil Procedure and the Judicial Process.
“judges’ deliberation” Shenaton Ha-mishpat Ha-ivri (forthcoming ,in Hebrew).
“The Place of Repentance in Criminal Sentencing” Mechkarey Mishpat (forthcoming, in Hebrew, with Rinat Kitai-Sangero).
“Basing A Conviction Only on Unanimous Decision” 8 Alei Mishpat,(2010) 337-364 (in Hebrew, with Boaz Sangero).
“The Meaning of P’sharah” 8 Alei Mishpat,(2010) 337-364 (in Hebrew).
“The Talmudic Compromise – Between Mediation and arbitrament” in Judge Uri Kitai Book (2007) 89-129 (in Hebrew).
“The Procedural Limits of Compromise (P’sharah)”, 24 Shenaton Ha-mishpat Ha-ivri (2006) 63-122 (in Hebrew).
“The Place of Repentance in Retributive Sentencing” 6 International Journal of Punishment and Sentencing (2011) 77p (Forthcoming, with Dr. Rinat Kitai-Sangero).
“Aggregation of Estimates in the Absence of a Majority” Jewish Law Annual(2011) 28p.(Forthcoming, with Dr. Mordechai Schwartz).
INTRODUCTION TO JEWISH LAW