Dr. Adi Leibovitch

Dr. Adi Leibovitch
Senior Lecturer
Room 223


J.S.D., University of Chicago Law School, 2016.
LL.M., University of Chicago Law School, 2011.
M.A., Tel-Aviv University, School of Public Policy, 2009.
M.B.A., Hebrew University, School of Business Administration, 2007.
LL.B., Hebrew University, Faculty of Law, 2005.


Representative Publications

Leibovitch, Adi, “Institutional Design and the Psychology of the Trial Judge,” in Bartosz Brozek, Jaap Hage, and Nicole A. Vincent (Eds.), Law and Mind: A Survey of Law and the Cognitive Sciences, pp. 193–206 (Cambridge University Press) (2021).

Leibovitch, Adi, and Alexander Stremitzer, “Experimental Methods in Constitutional Law,” University of Chicago Law Review Online (2021).

Leibovitch, Adi, “Punishing on a Curve,” 111(5) Northwestern University Law Review 1205 (2017).

Leibovitch, Adi, “Relative Judgments,” 45(2) Journal of Legal Studies 281 (2016).