Scholars 2014



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Tel Aviv University, Faculty of Law

“Incorporation of Decision Support Systems in Judicial Decision Making”

Keren is a student in the direct Ph.D. program of Law at Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies. Her dissertation titled “Incorporation of Decision Support Systems in Judicial Decision-Making” is being conducted under the supervision of Prof. Eyal Benvenisti and Prof. Uri Schild. She obtained her LL.B (2005, magna cum laude) and B.Sc. in Computer Sciences (2005, magna cum laude), both from Tel-Aviv University. Upon her graduation, Keren served as an intern in the Consulting and Legislation Department in the Ministry of Justice. After joining the Israeli bar in June 2006, Keren worked in the Public Committee against Torture in Israel, and as a senior clerk in the Israel Supreme Court for honorable Justice J. Elon.

In the recent years, Keren has served as a teaching assistant in various courses and as the coordinator of the LL.M. course "Theoretical Approaches to Law." In addition, Keren was the coordinator of the Israeli team of reporters for "Oxford Reports on International Law in Domestic Courts", and (with Masua Sagiv) organized the 2nd TAU Workshop for Junior Scholars in Law. Keren was a doctorate fellow in the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics in the academic year 2012-2013 and received the Dan David scholarship for graduate students for 2014. She is currently the project director of the GlobalTrust research project at TAU (