Ehud Guttel received his LL.B. from the Hebrew University in 1997 (summa cum laude). After clerking for Justice Mishael Cheshin at the Israeli Supreme Court, he completed his graduate studies at Yale Law School, where he earned his LL.M in 2000, and J.S.D in 2002. Guttel’s principal academic interests include torts, criminal law and economic analysis of law.
Guttel’s work has been published, among other places, in the Chicago Law Review, Georgetown Law Journal, Journal of Legal Studies, Journal of Public Economics, Michigan Law Review, S. California Law Review and Virginia Law Review.
"Bargaining around Cost-Benefit Standards" (with S. Leshem), 103 Journal of Public Economics 55-67 (2013).
"Buying the Right to Harm" (with S. Leshem), 86 S. California Law Review 1195-1237 (2013).
"Negligence, Strict Liability and Collective Action" (wth D. Gilo & E. Yuval), 42 Journal of Legal Studies 69-82 (2013).
"Criminal Sanctions in the Defense of the Innocent" (with D. Teichman) 110 Michigan Law Review 597-646 (2012).
"Negligence and Insufficient Activity: The Missing Paradigm in Torts" (with D. Gilo) 108 Michigan Law Review 277-322 (2009).
- "The (Hidden) Risk of Opportunistic Precautions” 93 Virginia Law Review 1389-1435 (2007).
"Matching Probabilities: The Behavioral Law & Economics of Repeated Behavior" (with A. Harel) 72 University of Chicago Law Review 1197-1236 (2005).
"Overcorrection" 93 Georgetown Law Journal 241-283 (2004).