Prof. Chemi Ben Noon
|1999||Ph.D Philosophy, Tel-Aviv University|
|1986-1989||M.A Philosophy, Tel-Aviv University|
|1981-1984||LL.B , Tel-Aviv University|
|1974-1977||B.A , Mathematics & Philosophy Hebrew University of Jerusalem|
|2013||Professor of Law, Sha’arei Mishpat Academic Center|
|2003||Senior Lecturer, Sha’arei Mishpat College|
Areas of Specialization
Reasearcher and lecturer at Sh'arei Mishpat college, specializing in the fields of Civil Procedure, Legal Decision Making, Professional Ethics, Civil Disobedience, administrative Tribunals:
- Civil legal proceedings - (appeals, compromises, statuses, etc.); Administrative courts and related laws; imposing verdicts (bankruptcies, tax collection, contempt of court, etc.).
- Behavioural Science; Administration & Justice - Decisionmaking by officers of the court; cognitive biases and the psychology of decisionmaking; memory and perception - psychology and justice; behavioural aspects in the work of boards of directors and other groups; mathematics and research.
- disciplinary justice; the judiciary as a profession.
- civil disobedience and law obedience; the philosophy of ethics; responsibilities of citizens in democracies; religion-state, criminology, etc.
Professional Activities and Committee Membership
- Lecturing and teaching Mandatory Courses: Civil procedure, Professional Ethics, Obligation Enforcement` Elective Courses: Decision making in crisis and under normal conditions, Tactics and strategy in legal proceedings and Seminars: Civil Disobedience and the issue of compliance with the law, Administrative tribunals.
- member of a Senior Academic Committee; member of Teaching committee; member of the Appellate Tribunal on Disciplinary Committee decisions.
- lecturer with the Carmel College, and teaches at the Tel Aviv University (15 years), the Administration College (6 years), the Hebrew University in Jerusalem (5 years), Bar-Ilan University (5 years), and the Interdisciplinary Center (3 years).
Dr. Ben-Noon studies and publishes in a wide variety of fields - some purely legal, while others combine legal issues with political science, philosophy, psychology, and so on. For example, for the past 20 years, Ben-Noon studied civil obedience, helping change the observation of law violations from the moral perspective to the political angle. For the past decade, Dr. Ben-Noon has been studying decision making processes, in the court and as a whole, focusing on recent theories in the field (particularly by Prof Daniel Kahneman and Dan Arieli) and empirical studies in neuro-economics and neurology as a whole. Published a year ago, his article on judges' cognitive biases is widely read and extensively cited.
- Civil Disobedience, Yaar, 1992.
- Civil Disobedience: The Israeli Experience ,Paragon House ( 2015).
- Civil Disobedience (2nd Edition) Resling ( 2014).
- The Limits of Reason -on Thought, Science, and Faith-Conversation with Isaiah Leibovich and Joseph Agasi; Keter (1997).
- Civil Appeal, with I. Gottfried, Mahshavot, 1997.
- Civil Appeal (2nd edition, 2004).
- Civil Appeal with T. havkin (Third Edition, 2012) .
- Civil Responsibility (Tel-Aviv Univ. 1999).
Publications Edited, Articles
- The Cradle of Creativity (2004) .
- The Guinness Book of the 20thCentury Keter (1999) .
- Child, Adult and Culture renewed from the students and friends of Moshe Caspi . (2010) (two volumes).
- (ed. & scientific counselling) Improving Learning Skills Kidum 1988.
- (ed.) Conversations Concerning the philosophy of Science1996. (A dialogue between Prof. Leibowitz & prof. Agassi)
- (ed.) heb. Joseph Agassi Letters to my sister Yediot Achronot ( 2000)
- (ed.) heb. Reuven Nir Attraction –essays on Law of Gravity Kinneret (2000)
- (ed.) My Judicial Way, Baruch Gross, private publication ( 2002) .
- How to Prepare for the Psychometric Examinations? Kidum 1982-1996. (some 12 editions) 600 pages