'I'm Starting to Believe in the Word Justice': Lessons from an Ethnographic Study on Community Courts, American Journal of Comparative Law (forthcoming 2020) (selected for the Stanford International Junior Faculty Forum at Stanford Law School 2018, and for the Conference on Empirical Legal Studies at Michigan Law School 2018) (with Tali Gal)
Characterizing Multi-door Criminal Justice: A Comparative Analysis of Three Criminal Justice Mechanisms, 23 New Crim. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2020) (with Tali Gal).
Crime-victimhood and Intersectionality, 47 Fordham Urban Law Journal (forthcoming, 2020) (with Noa Yosef).
Risk, Just Desert, and Character Retribution, Anti-risk (John Pratt ed., forthcoming, Palgrave 2020) (with Netanel Dagan).
Multi-door Criminal Justice, 22 New Crim. L. Rev. 347 (2019) (with Tali Gal).
Retributarianism: A New Individualization of Punishment, 13 Criminal Law and Philosophy 120 (2019) (with Netanel Dagan)
Measuring the Restorativeness of Restorative Justice: The Case of the Mosaica Jerusalem Program The International Journal of Restorative Justice 252 (2018) (with Tali Gal and Guy Enosh).
Animal Rights in the Shadow of the Constitution, 24 Animal L. Rev. 99 (2018) (with Ariel L. Bendor) (selected for the Harvard Workshop on Animals in Comparative Constitutional Law, Harvard Law School, 2016).
Characterizing Community Courts, 35 Behavioral Sciences & the Law 523 (2017) (with Tali Gal)
Unconstitutional Criminalization, 19 New Crim. L. Rev. 171 (2016) (with Ariel L. Bendor)
Criminal Law Multitasking, 18 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 893 (2015) (with Tali Gal) (selected for the Michigan Young Scholars Conference 2015)
Restorative Criminal Justice, 34 Cardozo L. Rev. 2313 (2013) (with Tali Gal) [cited by the Kentucky Supreme Court in its decision in Little v. State, S.W.3d __ 2013 WL 6700106, 4 (Ky. 2013); won the Cohn Prize for Best Article in 2013]
Pain, Love and Voice: The Place of Domestic Violence Victims in Sentencing, 18 Mich. J. Gender & L. 423 (2012) (with Dana Pugach)
Between Secondary Victimization and Positive Victimology: The Case of Crime Victims’ Right of Privacy in: Positive Victimology 292 (Ronel N., Segev D. eds., Routledge, 2015) (with Dana Pugach) (peer-reviewed)
Sexual Assault Victims – Empowerment or Re-Victimization? The Need for a Therapeutic Jurisprudence Model, in: Trends and Issues in Victimology 150-174 (Ronel N., Jaishankar K., and Bensimon M. eds., Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008) (peer-reviewed)
Naming, Blaming, Shaming: Sexual Assault Victims' Perceptions of the Practice of Shaming Their Assailants on Facebook, U. Haifa L. Rev. (forthcoming, 2020) (with Anat Peleg).
Post-Truma and Post: Emotion Processing of Sexual Assault Victims in Criminal Proceedings and on Facebook Law, Society & Culture (forthcoming, 2020) (with Anat Peleg).
Protecting People with Food Disabilities: The Case of Marking Food Allergens (forthcoming 2019 in Elyakim Rubinstein Book (with Rotem Spiegler)
'The Fast and the Furious': An Empirical Study on Arraignment Hearings at Lower Courts in Israel, 33 Bar-Ilan L. Stud. (forthcoming, 2020) (with Tali Gal).
Soft Retributivism, 20 U. Haifa L. Rev. 1 (2019) (with Netanel Dagan)
Crime-Victimhood and Intersectionality, 23 Hamishpat L. Rev. 9 (2017) (with Noa Yosef)
Criminalizing Secondary Parties: Towards A Rationale-Based Theory, 46 Hebrew U. L. Rev. 5 (2017)
Revenge Porn as Sexual Harassment, 9 Hebrew U. J. Legislation 265 (2017) (with Roni Rosenberg)
Criminal Offenses and Constitutional Rights, 17 U. Haifa L. Rev. 325 (2016) (with Ariel L. Bendor)
The Next Generation of Victims’ Rights: The Constitutional Right for Due Process, 36 Tel-Aviv U. L. Rev. 549 (2015) (with Dana Pugach)
Migratory Victimization, 37 Tel-Aviv U. L. Rev. 341 (2015) (with Naomi Levenkron)
The Constitutional Status of the ‘Criminal Law as Last Resort’ Principle, Justice Eliyahu Mazza Book 373 (Aharon Barak, Ayala Procaccia, Sharon Hannes & Raanan Giladi eds., 2015) (with Ariel L. Bendor)
Restorative Justice and Punitive Justice: The Double Faces of Criminal Law, 43 Hebrew U. L. Rev. 779 (2013) (with Tali Gal)
Developments in Criminal Law: Legislator v. Court, 6 Haifa U. L. Rev. 201 (2011) (with Yoram Rabin & Yariv Navon)
’The Other within Us’: Towards a Model of Feminist, Culturally Sensitive Lawyering, 3 Tel-Aviv U. J. L. & Soc. Change (2011) (with Yifat Ferder)
On the Right of Battered Women to Be Heard in Court, 26 Bar-Ilan L. Stud. 589 (2010) (with Dana Pugach)
Partnership Responsibility for an Unintended Crime: Thoughts Concerning Blame, Proportionality and an Alternate Balancing Test - A Deontological Analysis, David Weiner Book on Criminal Law and Ethics (Yoram Rabin, Dror Arad-Ayalon and Yaniv Vaki eds. 2009) (peer-reviewed).