Gabriel Hallevy

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Gabriel Hallevy (born 1973) is full professor of criminal law, criminal justice, evidence law, conflict of laws, corporation law and hi-tech law at the Faculty of Law, Ono Academic College, the largest faculty of law in Israel. He earned his LL.B. magna cum laude from Tel-Aviv University, and was on the Dean's List. He earned his LL.M. magna cum laude from Tel-Aviv University, and his Ph.D. summa cum laude from the University of Haifa. After obtaining his Ph.D. degree, he was promoted to Senior Lecturer (2008), to associate professor (2011) and to full professor (2013). He was editor in chief of the Ono Academic College Law Review (2008–2011).

The Knesset, the Israeli Parliament, granted him a special honorary prize for the research in criminal law. In 2013 he was chosen as one of the 40 most promising Israelis under the age of 40 by "Globes" magazine, the leading economic magazine in Israel. He is a long-distance runner, member of the Israeli Bar, holds a pilot license and speaks Hebrew, English, French and German. He is frequently cited in the Israeli Supreme Court, which has embraced most of his original ideas in criminal law.[1]

Selected Books[edit]

  • Gabriel Hallevy, Securities' Offences (Heb., 405 pp., 2002)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Complicity in Criminal Law' (Heb., 824 pp., 2008)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of Criminal Law vol. I (Heb., 960 pp., 2009)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of Criminal Law vol. II (Heb., 1,047 pp., 2009)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of Criminal Law vol. III (Heb., 1016 pp., 2010)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of Criminal Law vol. IV (Heb., 986 pp., 2010)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, A Modern Treatise on the Principle of Legality in Criminal Law (Eng., 250 pp., 2010)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of Criminal Justice vol. I (Heb., 713 pp., 2011)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of Criminal Justice vol. II (Heb., 919 pp., 2011)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of Criminal Justice vol. III (Heb., 700 pp., 2011)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of Criminal Justice vol. IV (Heb., 886 pp., 2011)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, The Matrix of Derivative Criminal Liability (Eng., 326 pp., 2012)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, The Right to Be Punished - Modern Doctrinal Sentencing (Eng., 252 pp., 2013)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, When Robots Kill - Artificial Intelligence under Criminal Law (Eng., 260 pp., 2013)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of the Law of Evidence vol. I (Heb., 800 pp., 2013)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of the Law of Evidence vol. II (Heb., 867 pp., 2013)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of the Law of Evidence vol. III (Heb., 1,024 pp., 2013)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of the Law of Evidence vol. IV (Heb., 954 pp., 2013)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of the Conflict of Laws vol. I (Heb., 956 pp., 2014)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of the Conflict of Laws vol. II (Heb., 987 pp., 2014)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of the Conflict of Laws vol. III (Heb., 978 pp., 2014)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of the Conflict of Laws vol. IV (Heb., 818 pp., 2015)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Liability for Crimes Involving Artificial Intelligence Systems (Eng., 265 pp., 2015)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, The Matrix of Insanity in Modern Criminal Law (Eng., 214 pp., 2015)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Enforcement of Obligations Law vol. I (Heb., 1,026 pp., 2017)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Enforcement of Obligations Law vol. II (Heb., 1,070 pp., 2017)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Theory of Civil Procedure vol. I (Heb., 1,058 pp., 2017)

Selected Articles[edit]

  • Gabriel Hallevy, "Therapeutic Victim-Offender Mediation within the Criminal Justice Process – Sharpening the Evaluation of Personal Potential for Rehabilitation while Righting Wrongs under the Alternative-Dispute-Resolution (ADR) Philosophy", 16 Harvard Negotiation Law Review. 65 (2011)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "Culture-based Crimes against Women in Societies Absorbing Immigrants – Rejecting the "Mistake of Law" Defense and Imposing Harsher Sentencing", 16 Cardozo Journal of Law & Gender 439 (2010)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "The Criminal Liability of Artificial Intelligence Entities – from Science Fiction to Legal Social Control", 4 Akron Intellectual Property Journal 171 (2010)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "'I, Robot – I, Criminal' – When Science Fiction Becomes Reality – Legal Liability of AI Robots Committing Criminal Offenses", 2010 Syracuse Science & Technology Law Reporter 1 (2010)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "Virtual Criminal Responsibility", 6 Original Law Review 121 (2010)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "Unmanned Vehicles – Subordination to Criminal Law under the Modern Concept of Criminal Liability", 21 Journal of Law, Information and Science 311 (2012)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "Ignoring the Law in the Name of Honor", GNLU Law Review (2010)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "The Impact of Defense Arguments Based on the Cultural Difference of the Accused in the Criminal Law of Immigrant Countries and Societies", Journal of Migration & Refugee Issues (2009)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "Victim's Complicity in Criminal Law", 22 International Journal of Punishment and Sentencing 76 (2006)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "The Defense Attorney as Mediator in Plea Bargains", 9 Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal 495 (2009)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "Rethinking the Legitimacy of Anglo-American High Courts' Judicial Review of Determining Factual Findings in Courts of the First Instance in Criminal Cases", 51 The High Court Quarterly Review 20 (2009)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "The Recidivist Wants to Be Punished – Punishment as an Incentive to Reoffend", 5 International Journal of Punishment and Sentencing 120 (2010)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "Is ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) Philosophy Relevant to Criminal Justice? – Plea Bargains as Mediation Process between the Accused and the Prosecution", Original Law Review (2009)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "The Privatization of the Criminal Prosecution – The Private Criminal Complaint as an Equilibrium between 'Privatization' and 'Publicization' under a Discourse of Economic Efficiency", Military Law Review (Heb., 2008)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "The Time Factor and Contemporaneity in Criminal Law", OAC Law Review (Heb., 2006)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "Developments Trends in Criminal Justice and Evidence Law in Israel", OAC Law Review (Heb., 2004)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "The External Element (Actus Reus) of the Sexual Offences – A Critical Analysis", IDF Law Review (Heb., 2003)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "The Renaissance of the Re-Trial in Israel", TAKDIM (Heb., 2004)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "Possession in Criminal Law", OAC Law Review (Heb., 2008)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "The Criminal Liability of Caregivers and their Institutes for the Death of the Dying Patient", Journal of Health Law & Bioethics (Heb., 2008)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "The Extra-Territorial Applicability of the Criminal Law of the Occupying State in Occupied Territories", Military Law Review (Heb., 2008)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "The Principle of Legality and Constitutionality in Criminal Law", OAC Law Review (Heb., 2009)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "The Private Prosecution in the Criminal Justice", OAC Law Review (Heb., 2011)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, "The Influence of the Recidivism Factor on the Quantitative Assessment of Punishment", Book in Honor of Professor Shlomo Giora Shoham, Tel-Aviv University (Heb., 2010)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Incapacitating Terrorism through Legal Fight – The Need to Redefine Inchoate Offenses under the Liberal Concept of Criminal Law, Alabama CL-CR L. Rev., Vol. 3, pp. 87–119 (2012)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, National Security under Liberal Substantive Criminal Law – When Do National Security Issues Become Criminal?, Creighton Int'l & Comp. L.J., Vol. 3, pp. 1–30 (2013)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Legal Equalization of the Mentally Retarded Person to the Infant – Applicability of the General Defense of Infancy upon Mentally Retarded Persons, Journal of Health Law & Bioethics, Vol. 5 pp. 13–54 (Heb., 2013)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, The Structure of the Criminal Offense – Towards Recodification of the Law of Offenses (Special Part of the Israeli Penal Code) in Israel, OAC L. Rev., Vol. 10, pp. 43–77 (Heb., 2014)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, The Competence to Testify of Mentally Disordered and Mentally Retarded Persons, Alei Mishpat L. Rev. Vol. 12, pp. 29–66 (Heb., 2016)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Algebraic Insights towards the Legal Transformation of Fault within in personam Defenses under Modern Criminal Law, Athens Journal of Law, Vol. 2.1 pp. 19–32 (2016)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, Culture Offenses instead of Cultural Defense – Criminalization of Oppression against Women in the Name of Honor, Cultural Essentialism in Intercultural Relations, Palgrave Macmillan Academic Press (2015)
  • Gabriel Hallevy, The Shadows of Normality: Legal Insanity under Modern Criminal Law, The Insanity Defense: Multidisciplinary Views on Its History, Trends and Controversies pp. 97–132, Praeger (2017)

Criticism[edit]

  • Rachel Charney, Can Androids Plead Automatism – A Review of When Robots Kill: Artificial Intelligence under the Criminal Law by Gabriel Hallevy, 73 U. Toronto Fac. L. Rev. 69 (2015)
  • Rafal Michalczak, Criminal Liability of Autonomous Software: Critique of Gabriel Hallevy's Conception, Machine Ethics & Machine Law 25 (Copernicus Center, 2016)
  • Christopher Faille, Book Review: The Matrix of Insanity in Modern Criminal Law By Gabriel Hallevy, 62 Fed. Law. 73 (2015)
  • Dylan Matthews, How to Punish Robots When They Inevitably Turn Against Us, The Washington Post (March 5, 2013)
  • Leon Neyfakh, Should We Put Robots on Trial?, The Boston Globe (March 1, 2013)
  • David Wescott, Robots Behind Bars, The Chronicle Review (March 29, 2013)
  • Dr. Amit Gurevich, Complicity in Criminal Law / Dr. Gabriel Hallevy, The Israeli Lawyer ("Hapraklitim"), Vol. 22, pp. 41–42 (2008)
  • Dr. Amit Gurevich, Theory of Criminal Law, Vol. I / Dr. Gabriel Hallevy, The Israeli Lawyer ("Hapraklitim"), Vol. 25, pp. 41–42 (2009)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PROF. GABRIEL HALLEVY | הקריה האקדמית אונו". Ono.ac.il. 26 September 2011. Archived from the original on 26 March 2012. Retrieved 17 October 2011.