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Dr. Gali Aviv was appointed as Director of the Israeli Courts Research Division in August 2014.
Prior to taking up this position, she worked at the Hebrew University as a lecturer in the Faculty of
Law and at the Institute of Criminology in a variety of courses, among them statistical analysis,
research methods, and SPSS. She also served as the managing editor of the Journal of Experimental
Criminology and the Journal of Quantitative Criminology.
Keren Weinshall-Margel (Ph.D) was appointed as the first Director of the Israeli
Courts Research Division in December 2010. Prior to taking up this position, she
was a Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School. Between 2004 and 2007 Keren worked
as an assistant legal adviser to the Law and Constitution Committee of the Israeli
Parliament, the Knesset.
Inbal is a researcher at the Israeli Courts Research Division, as of February 2011. She holds an LL.B and a B.A in Law and in Psychology from the University of Haifa (2009) and an LL.M from the University of Haifa (2009). Inbal was a research assistant and supervisor of a psychobiology laboratory in the Psychology Department of the University of Haifa. Inbal has been a member of the Israeli Bar Association since December 2010.
Ifat is a researcher at the Israeli Courts Research Division, as of November 2011. She holds an LL.B and a B.A in Law and in Cognitive Sciences from the Hebrew University (2009). During her studies, Ifat received the Judge T. Miller Prize for outstanding students in a joint degree program. Ifat has been a member of the Israeli Bar Association since June 2010.