Uri Weiss is a Ph.D. candidate under the supervision of Prof. Robert J. Aumann and Prof. Ehud Guttel at the Center for the Study of Rationality and the Faculty of Law, The Hebrew University.
He is a lecturer at the Faculty of Law of both Bar Ilan University (courses: "Game Theory and Legal Negotiation" and "Law, Society, and Distributive Justice") and Haifa University (courses: "Introduction to Tax Law" and "Tax Policy Seminar"). He completed his undergraduate studies in Law (Ll.B., magna cum laude) and Economics (graduate of additional undergraduate program as a double major) at Tel Aviv University, where he later completed his master’s degree (Ll.M., summa cum laude, ranked first in class) under the supervision of Prof. Omri Yadlin. Uri has been a Hebrew University Senate member (Ph.D. students' representative); a visiting scholar at Bonn University; a participant in many summer schools (Columbia Summer Program in American Law , Hague Academy Public International Law Summer Program , European University Institute Summer Program in Human Rights Law , Hebrew University Economic Theory Summer School [4 times]); and a participant in the Lindau Meeting of Nobel Laureates in Economics (one of four young Israeli talents in economics chosen by Governor of the Bank of Israel Stanley Fisher to represent Israel). Uri has presented his works in many conferences, including the American Law and Economics Conference, European Law and Economics Conference, Israeli Law and Economics Conference (4 times), Stony Brook Game Theory Festival (4 times), as well as other conferences and workshops in France, Spain, Italy, and Germany. He was awarded the Goldberg Prize of the Israeli Society for Labour Law and Social Security (2011) and the Israeli Society for Labor Relation Prize (2011). In addition, Uri has published many op-eds and literary reviews in newspapers, including Haaretz, Yediot, and Globes. He writes poetry and short stories and has published a number of them in literary reviews, including Emda Literary Review, Mitam Poetry, and Moznaim.
CV - Uri Weiss