Dr. Yuval Procaccia specializes in Economic Analysis of Law, Behavioral Law and Economics and Contract Law. He holds an S.J.D. and LL.M from Harvard Law School, as well as an M.A in Economics and a joint LL.B and B.A in Law and Economics from the Hebrew University. Dr. Procacccia clerked at the Supreme Court of Israel for Justice Dalia Dorner. At Harvard he was a Fulbright Fellow, as well as a research fellow at the Olin Center of Law, Economics and Business and at the Program on Negotiation. His research was published in journals such as the Stanford Law Review, the Journal of Legal Studies, the Journal of Law Economics and Organization, Regulation and Governance, and Vanderbilt Law Review.
General Courts, Specialized Courts, and the Complementarity Effect, 16 Regulation & Governance (forthcoming, 2022) (with Ehud Guttel and Alon Harel)
On Remedies and Incentives in Employment Law: Contributory Negligence, Causation, and Punitive Damages, 53 Hebrew University Law Journal (Mishpatim) (forthcoming, 2022)
Liability-Creating Fault and Contributory Fault - Theory and Doctrine, 52 Hebrew University Law Journal (Mishpatim) 27 (2022) (with Ehud Guttel and Galia Scneebaum)
On the Theory of the Law of Gift, Haifa University Law Review 661 (2022)
Landlord-Tenant Law in the Shadow of the Social Justice Protest, 49 Hebrew University Law Journal (Mishpatim) 79 (2019) (with Ronit Levine-Schnur)
Reprinted in Studies in the Theory of Contracts - Volume in Honor of Gabriela Shalev (Aharon Barak, Yehuda Adar, Effi Zemach, ed., 2021).
Raising the Bar: Consumer Class Actions Concerning the Infringement of Autonomy: A Call for Reexamination, 22 The Lawyer (2014) (with Alon Klement) (derived from "Reliance, Causation and Harm in Consumer Class Actions").