professeur à l’université Bar-Ilan
Yair Lorberbaum was born in Israel, and received his doctorate in Jewish thought from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Yair Lorbebraum is a professor at Bar-Ilan University’s Law School and he is a Senior Researcher at the Shalom Hartman Institute. Yair has served as a lecturer at Cardozo Law School, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Princeton University, and Yale University. He published numerous articles and books on Jewish thought, Jewish Law and Political and Legal Theory. On his book: Image of God: Halakha and Aggadah [Hebrew] Schocken: Tel Aviv and Jerusalem 2004 Yair Lorberbaum won the prestigious Goldstein-Goren Book Award for 2007-2010; the award is bestowed once every three years to the author of the best recent book in the field of Jewish thought.