Visiting Professor of Law
Ehud Guttel is visiting Duke Law from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he is the Frieda & Solomon B. Rosenzwieg Professor of Law and a member of the Federmann Center for Rationality. His primary research interests are law and economics, torts and criminal law.
Guttel received his LL.B. from the Hebrew University in 1997, summa cum laude. After clerking for Justice Cheshin at the Israeli Supreme Court, he completed his graduate studies at Yale Law School, where he earned his LL.M in 2000, and his J.S.D in 2002. He has been awarded several prizes, including a Fulbright Grant (2000-2002), the Birk Prize (2003), and the Cheshin Prize (2011). Guttel's work has been published, among other places, in the Chicago Law Review, Georgetown Law Journal, Journal of Legal Studies, Journal of Public Economics, Michigan Law Review, USC Law Review and Virginia Law Review.