Gabriel HallevyGabriel Hallevy (born 1973) is full professor of criminal law at the Faculty of Law, Ono Academic College, the largest faculty of law in Israel. He earned his LL.B. ''magna cum laude'' from Tel-Aviv University, and was on the Dean's List. He earned his LL.M. ''magna cum laude'' from Tel-Aviv University, and his Ph.D. ''summa cum laude'' from the University of Haifa. After obtaining his Ph.D. degree, he was promoted to Senior Lecturer (2008), to associate professor (2011) and to full professor (2013), and thus became the youngest law professor in Israel ever. At that year he was chosen as one of the 40 most promising Israelis under the age of 40 ("Top 40 Under 40") by the Israeli leading economic magazine in Israel, "Globes". The Knesset, the Israeli Parliament, granted him a special honorary prize for the research in criminal law.
Professor Hallevy's articles and books on artificial intelligence and criminal law are well-known, and have been translated into a few languages, including Turkish, Korean and Chinese. In this issue he lectures not only to academic audience, but to general audience as well, including TED lecture and in Brain Bar festivals.
Professor Hallevy lectures criminal law, criminal justice, evidence law, conflict of laws, bankruptcy law, corporate law, hi-tech law and game theory, he is a long-distance runner, member of the Israeli Bar, holds a pilot license and speaks Hebrew, English, French and German. He is frequently cited in the Israeli Supreme Court, which has embraced most of his original ideas in criminal law. Provided by Wikipedia