Dr. Netanel Dagan

Netanel Dagan


2015 Post-doctoral studies, Center for Criminology, Faculty of Law, Oxford University. Advisor: Prof. Julian V. Roberts.
2012 - 2014 PhD in Law, Bar-Ilan University. Disseration: The paroling authority and its discretion over sentencing. Advisor: Prof. Ruth Kannai.
2011-2012 LLM in Law, Bar-Ilan University (Criminology) (magna cum laude).
2005-2009 LLB in Law, Bar-Ilan University (magna cum laude). BA in Criminology (minor), ar-Ilan University (magna cum laude).







Representative publications


Dagan, N. (2021). Parole as resentencing. European Journal of Criminology.

Dagan, N. and Baron, S. (2021). After the Gavel Falls: Rethinking the relationship between sentencing and prison functions. Criminal Law & Philosophy.

Zimarn, A. & Dagan, N. (2021). Remedies for State agents’ misconduct. Hebrew University Law Review (Hebrew). * Israeli society of criminal law best article (2021).

Dagan, N. & Shalev, S. (2021). The role of Israeli judges in authorising solitary confinement placements. Punishment & Society.

Dagan, N. (2021). Overcoming penal boundaries: Exploring retributive time through parole decision-making. British Journal of Criminology.

Dagan, N. (2020). Prison discipline, additional days and the feasibility of penal communication. Social & Legal Studies.

Bülow, W. & Dagan N. (2020). The role of furlough and visitation within a retributivist framework. Punishment & Society.

Dagan, N. (2020). Contrasting judicial conceptions of imprisonment purposes in the ECtHR and the Supreme Court of the U.S.. Criminology & Criminal Justice.

Dagan, N. & Roberts, J.V. (2019). Retributivism, penal censure, and life imprisonment without parole. Criminal Justice Ethics39(1), 1-18.

Dancig-Rosenberg, H. & Dagan, N. (2019). Retributarianism: A new individualization of punishment. Criminal Law & Philosophy13, 129-147 (equal contribution).

Dagan, N., & Segev, D. (2015). Retributive whisper: Communicative elements in parole. Law & Social Inquiry40, 611-630.


Chapters in collections

Dagan N. & Baron S. (2022). Mercy, sentencing and algorithms. In Principled sentencing and artificial intelligence (J.V. Roberts & J. Ryberg eds.). Oxford: OUP.

Dagan, N. & Dancig-Rosenberg H. (2020). Character retribution as a brake on risk-driven criminal justice. In: Criminal justice, risk and the revolt against uncertainty (Pratt, J. & Anderson J.). Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 69-89.‏

Roberts J. & Dagan N. (2019). The evolution of retributive punishment: From just deserts to responsive penal censure. In: A. du Bois-Pedain & A. Bottoms (eds.) Penal censure: Engagements within and beyond desert theory pp. 141-159 Oxford: Hart (equal contribution).