Program Staff and Leadership

 

 

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Prof. Amnon Lehavi serves as Dean of Harry Radzyner
Law School. Concurrently, Prof. Lehavi is also the
Atara Kaufman Professor of Real Estate and Academic
Director of the Gazit-Globe Real Estate Institute at IDC.
Author of two monographs published by Cambridge
University Press:
“The Construction of Property: Norms, Institutions,
Challenges” (2013) and “Property Law in a Globalizing
World” (2019).
Prof. Lehavi is a leading authority on property law, land
use controls, as well as law and globalization.
In 2018, Prof. Lehavi was elected Co-President of the
Law Schools Global League (LSGL).
Prof. Lehavi holds a J.S.D. and an LL.M. from Yale
University, and an LL.B. and a B.A. from Tel-Aviv
University.

Prof. Sharon Rabin-Margalioth
The establishment of the Zvi Meitar Institute for Legal
Implications of Emerging Technologies and the Zvi Meitar
Emerging Technologies Program was largely facilitated
by Prof. Sharon Rabin-Margalioth, former Dean of Harry
Radzyner Law School.
Prof. Rabin-Margalioth is a leading and influential scholar
of labor and employment law and her articles are often
cited by the Israeli Supreme Court and the National Labor
court. Prof. Rabin-Margalioth is also the former co-editor
of Labor, Society and Law, the leading employment law
journal in Israel.
Prof. Rabin-Margalioth holds a J.S.D. and an LL.M. from
New York University Law School and an LL.B. from the
Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Prof. Dov Greenbaum
This unique academic program was created
by Prof. Dov Greenbaum, the Director of the
Zvi Meitar Institute for Legal Implications of
Emerging Technologies and the Academic
Director of Zvi Meitar Emerging Technologies
Program. Concurrently, he is also a researcher
in the department of Molecular Biophysics and
Biochemistry at Yale University.
Prof. Greenbaum has degrees and post-doctoral
fellowships from Yeshiva University, Yale University,
University of California, Berkeley, ETH Zurich and
Stanford University.
In addition to his academic affiliation and training,
he is also an intellectual property attorney
(California & USPTO), with experience in the fields
of biopharmaceutical litigation, and Hi-Tech patent
drafting and prosecution, including drafting in the
fields of robotics, software, computer hardware
and defense.

Mrs. Inbar Carmel
Inbar Carmel is the Program Manager of the
Zvi Meitar Emerging Technologies Program and
Zvi Meitar Institute for Legal Implications of
Emerging Technologies.
Inbar holds a B.A. in Business Administration
and Economics from The College of
Management. Inbar has over 15 years of
experience as a Marketing Communications
Manager in Hi-Tech companies including ECI,
TTI, Emblaze and Israel Mobile Association. 

    
Dr. Yuval Dorfan is a postdoc at the Zvi Meitar
Institute and the founding director of the
synthetic biology unit in the IDC Innovation
Center (IDCIC). He has been a research scientist
at MIT for the past three years, leading two
synthetic biology projects with DARPA and the
Israeli government. He has degrees in engineering
from Ben-Gurion University, The Technion and
Bar-Ilan University, as well as an MBA from IDC
Hezliya. Dr. Dorfan also conducted research in
bioinformatics and systems biology at Weizmann
Institute. He has established many collaborations
in Israel and around the world with leading
companies and academic groups. In addition to
his academic experience, Dr. Dorfan has more
than 20 years of industrial experience in a variety
of engineering fields.