Joseph H. and Belle R. Braun senior lectureship in law
Doron Teichman studied law and economics in Tel Aviv University, where he earned his B.A. and LL.B. in 2000. After clerking for Justice Kedmy at the Supreme Court and practicing law at I. Gornitzky & Co. Doron completed his graduate studies at the University of Michigan Law School, where he first earned his LL.M in 2002, and then his J.S.D in 2005. Doron was a Fulbright Fellow, an Olin Fellow, and a Humphrey Fellow at the University of Michigan Law School. Later he received the Inaugural Post Graduate Fellowship at The University of Texas Law School. Since 2005, Doron has been serving as an Assistant Professor at the law faculty.
Doron teaches several courses and seminars in the areas of economic analysis of law and criminal law.
"The Market for Criminal Justice: Federalism, Crime Control, and Jurisdictional Competition," 103 Mich. L. Rev. 1831 (2005)
"Are All Legal Probabilities Created Equal?," 84 NYU L. Rev 840 (2009) (with Yuval Feldman)
"Old Habits are Hard to Change: A Case Study of Israeli Real Estate Contracts," 44 L. & Soc. Rev. 299 (2010)
"Criminal Sanctions in The Defense of the Innocent," 110 Mich. L. Rev. 597 (2012) (with Ehud Guttel)
"Reference Points and Contractual Choices: An Experimental Examination," 10 J. Emp. L. Stud. 512 (2013) (with Yuval Feldman and Amos Schurr)