Prof. David Flatto

David Flatto
Associate Professor
Faculty of Law and Department of Jewish Philosophy
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Education

BA, Ordination, Yeshiva University

JD, Columbis Law School

Phd with distinction, Harvard University

 

Representative Publications

“Constructing Justice: The Selective Use of Scripture in Formulating Early Jewish Accounts of the Courts,” Harvard Theological Review (forthcoming)

 “Mishnah Makkot,” in The New Oxford Mishnah (eds. S. Cohen and H. Lapin, Oxford University Press)(forthcoming)

“Justice Retold: The Seminal Narrations of the Trial of the Judean King,” Journal of Law and Religion (Cambridge University Press) 30:1, 2015, pp. 3-35

“A Review Essay of Michael Walzer, In God’s Shadow: Politics in the Hebrew Bible,” Association of Jewish Studies Review (Cambridge University Press) 38:1, 2014, pp. 161-167

“Theocracy and the Rule of Law: A Novel Josephan Doctrine and its Modern Misconceptions,” Dine Israel 28 (2011), pp. 5-30

“The King and I: The Separation of Powers in Early Hebraic Political Theory,” Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities 20:1, 2008, pp. 61-110