Prof. Benjamin Shmueli is an Associate Professor at Bar-Ilan University law school, Israel, formerly a Senior Research Scholar at Yale Law School (2013-15) and a Visiting Professor at Duke Law School (2006-08). He is the President of ILSA – Israeli Law & Society Association. He is the founder, and formerly the Editor-in-Chief, of an Israeli peer-reviewed law review and also directed the Center for Commercial Law at Bar-Ilan University. His research interests are tort law, intrafamilial tort and contract actions, law and religion, domestic violence, parent-child relations, comparative law, and Jewish Law. His book, Maimonides and Contemporary Tort Theory: Law, Religion, Economics, and Morality (2020), co-authored with Prof. Yuval Sinai, has been published recently in Cambridge University Press. See https://www.cambridge.org/il/academic/subjects/law/tort-law/maimonides-and-contemporary-tort-theory-law-religion-economics-and-morality?format=HB. Prof. Shmueli has published over 50 articles in the US, Canada, UK, and Israel. He won a few grants and prizes, among them: ISF—Israel Science Foundation, The Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture, Israel Institute Research Grant, Schusterman Foundation, and Riklis Prize for studies in Jewish law.