Senior Lecturer, Academic Center of Law and Business
Moshe Cohen-Eliya graduated from the Hebrew University, magna cum laude (1993); earned his LL.D. from the Hebrew University (direct track for outstanding candidates) (2001); and did his post-doctorate at Harvard Law School as a fellow with the Human Rights Program (2002-2003). During the fellowship year, Moshe conceptualized types of failures in the democratic process that justify judicial activism in pluralism-related controversies.
Associate Professor, Global Health and Social Medicine (Medical Ethics), Harvard Medical School Also at Global Health and Population, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Department of Global Health and Population, and at the Harvard University Program in Ethics and Health
Nir Eyal is Associate Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine (Bioethics) at the Harvard Medical School. He is also appointed at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Department of Global Health and Population, and at the Harvard University Program in Ethics and Health.... Read more about Nir Eyal
Daniel Viehoff received his PhD from Columbia University in 2009. During the fellowship year, Viehoff examined the ethics of enfranchisement: Who ought to be granted a right to vote in the making of our laws, and why?