LL.B., Hebrew University, (1983) (with distinction).
LL.M., Hebrew University (1985) (with distinction).
D. Phil. (Philosophy of Law) (1988) (Balliol College, Oxford).
Lecturer in Law, Hebrew University 1990-1996.
Senior Lecturer in Law 1996.
Professor in Law 2000.
Walter E. Meyer Professor of Law, 2003.
Phillip P. Mizock & Estelle Mizock Chair in Administrative and Criminal Law, 2005
Visiting Professor 1998-9 (Columbia Law School).
Visiting Professor at University of Toronto Law School, Sep. 2000.
Faculty Fellow - 2002-3, Center of Ethics and the Professions, Harvard University.
Faculty Fellow - 2006-7, Centre of Ethics, University of Toronto.
Visiting Professor Spring 2008 University of Texas Law School
Visiting Professor Fall 2015 University of Chicago Law School
Recent publications include:
- Alon Harel, Why Law Matters (Oxford University Press, 2014).
a. The Washington Post, Book Review: ‘Why Law Matters’ by Alon Harel, By Will Baude November 6, 2014.
b. Book Review: Why Law Matters By Alon Harel, Mark Coombes.
c. Book Review Debate: Zucca and Harel 15 International Journal of Constitutional Law 301-318 (2015)
d. Arie Rosen, Book Review 34 Law and Philosophy 699-708 (2015)
e. Barbara Levenbook, Book Review Notre Dame Philosophical Review 6/10/2015
f. Rutgers Symposium on WHY LAW MATTERS Comments by Malcolm Thorburn, Ekow Yankaw, Leo Zaibert, Guyora Binder, Kyron Huigens with a response by Alon Harel 2 Critical Analysis of Law (2015)
Alon Harel, Against Privatization as Such (forthcoming in Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 2016) (with Avihay Dorfman).
- Alon Harel, Ex-Post Egalitarianism 21 Journal of Law, Economics and Organization, 57-75 (2005) (with Zvi Safra & Uzi Segal).
Alon Harel, Matching Probabilities: The Behavioral Law & Economics of Repeated Behavior 72 University of Chicago L. Rev., 1197-2005 (2005) (with Ehud Guttel).
Alon Harel, Theories of Rights
in Blackwell’s Guide to the Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory
,191-206(eds. Martin P. Golding & William Edmundson, 2005).