Shalev Ginossar joined the Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1951 and served as dean in the years 1954-1956 and 1963-1967. During the course of a wide-reaching legal career, Ginossar’s writings examined diverse fields, including civil and criminal legal proceedings, the laws of evidence, property law, the laws of obligations, commercial law, professional ethics, the laws of damages, the laws of unlawful enrichment, and the structure of the Israeli legal system. Ginossar received the Belgian Order of the Crown. He taught at the Faculty of Law until 1971 and passed away in 1984.
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