L.L.B., Hebrew University of Jerusalem; LL.M., University of Chicago Law School; J.S.D., University of Chicago Law School
Avraham Tabbach is a full professor at Tel-Aviv University Law Faculty. He serves as the academic director of the Tel-Aviv-Berkeley Executive LLM Program, as an associate editor of the International Review of Law and Economics (IRLE), and also as a board member of the European Association of Law and Economics (EALE). In 2006 Tabbach won the Zeltner Prize of Young Scholars, and recently he won the American Law and Economics Prize for the best paper (2017). From 2011 to 2013 Tabbach was visiting Amsterdam Center of Law and Economics (ACLE) at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Tabbach received his LLB from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1997) and LLM (2000) and JSD (2003) from the University of Chicago Law School, where he was also a Fulbright Fellow and an Olin Scholar in Law and Economics. He teaches Taxation, Corporate Finance and various courses in Law and Economics. His research focuses on tort, law enforcement, taxation, corporate finance and recently litigation. Tabbach’s recent publications include: (2021) “Judgment Contingent Settlements” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization (35, 170-206; with Shay Lavie); “Informational Negligence Law” (2019) American Law and Economics Review 21(1): 110-149 (with Alon Cohen); “The Complementary Role of Liability and Safety Regulation (2019) American Law and Economics Review 21(1): 150-183, (with Massimo D’Antoni); and Volunteer’s uncertainty dilemma (2018) Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (2018), 174(4): 629-650 (with Tim Friehe).