Eli Lederman is a Professor of Law at Tel Aviv University. In addition to teaching courses in criminal law, criminal procedure, white collar crime, computer & information law, and corporate & directors liability, he has served as former Dean of the Faculty of Law (1995-2000), director of the TAU Institute of Criminology and Criminal Law, and editor-in-chief of the TAU Law Review (Iyunei Mishpat).
Prof. Lederman has published many articles in Israel and abroad. He is also the author of Infocrime-Protecting Information Trough Criminal Law, co-author of Principles of Criminal Responsibility (Hebrew), and the editor of Directions in Criminal Liability (Hebrew) (2 vols. 2001 & 2010), The Place in which we are Right (Hebrew), and Law, Information and Information Technology. Prof. Lederman also lectures at the Institute for Continuing Legal Studies and has taught and directed courses specifically-designed for senior law enforcement officers of various government agencies. He has been a member of the Public Committee for the Immunity of Members of the Israeli Knesset and has twice been nominated to Chair of Tel Aviv University’s Student Disciplinary Tribunal. Prof. Lederman has been a research fellow at the University of Michigan Law School, and a Visiting Professor at several law schools, including Temple University Beasley School of Law, University of Tübingen Faculty of Law, and the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg. He has also served on the Public Committee for the Licensing of Law Colleges. He holds an LL.B. (magna cum laude) from TAU and Ph.D. from Hebrew University.