Dr. Maytal Gilboa

Building 305, Room 131
    Short Biography

    Maytal Gilboa is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law since 2020. She teaches and researches in tort law, tort theories, unjust enrichment and remedies. Her work has appeared in journals including Legal Theory and UC Irvine Law Review.

    Dr. Gilboa received her PhD from Tel Aviv University. Prior to joining Bar Ilan University, she was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.

    Dr. Gilboa holds a BA in Management, LL.B (magna cum laude) and LL.M (as part of the direct PhD program) all from Tel Aviv University. She received various awards for academic achievements, such as the Tel Aviv University President’s scholarship, an Israeli Center of Research Excellence (I-CORE) scholarship, a Zvi Meitar Fellowship for Excellent Achievements, and the Switzerland-Israel Foundation for Advancing Philosophical Research in Israel Scholarship.

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    • Biased but Reasonable: Bias Under the Cover of Standard of Care, 57 GEORGIA LAW REVIEW 489 (2023)


    • The Future of Property, 44 CORDOZO LAW REVIEW 1443 (2023) (with Yael Lifshitz & Yotam Kaplan)


    • Duty of Noninjury, Duty of Care, and Guidance Rules: A Comment on Recognizing Wrongs 27 JERUSALEM REVIEW OF LEGAL STUDIES 51 (2023)


    • Linking Gains to Wrongs, 35 CANADIAN LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE 365 (2022)


    • The Costs of Mistakes, 122 COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW FORUM 61 (2022) (with Yotam Kaplan)


    • The Other Hand Formula, 26 LEWIS & CLARK LAW REVIEW 883 (2022) (with Yotam Kaplan)


    • The Color of Pain: Racial Bias in Pain and Suffering Damages, 56 GEORGIA LAW REVIEW 651 (2022)


    • Loser Takes All: Multiple Claimants & Probabilistic Restitution, 10 UC IRVINE LAW REVIEW 907 (2020) (with Yotam Kaplan)


    • Multiple Reasonable Behavior Cases: The Problem of Causal Underdetermination in Tort Law, 25 LEGAL THEORY 77 (2019)


    • The Costs of Having (too) Many Choices: Reshaping the Doctrine of Informed Consent, 84 BROOKLYN LAW REVIEW 367 (2019) (with Omer Pelled)


    • The Mistake about Mistakes: Rethinking Partial and Full Restitution, 26 GEORGE MASON LAW REVIEW 427 (2018) (with Yotam Kaplan)


    • The Right of a Payor, Who Discharged Another's Debt Under a False Assumption, for Restitution from the Creditor, 35 TEL AVIV U. L. REV. 403 (2012)




    Last Updated Date : 04/07/2023