Professor Yuval Feldman's new book aims to create a new branch of scholarship that focuses on the rule of law in a world populated by individuals with different levels of awareness of their own unethicality. Given the current developments in regulatory approaches and our psychological understanding of ethical decision making, the future of the behavioral analysis of law lies in mastering the details of the legal doctrine together with the ability to use empirical methods and behavioral knowledge to design responsive legal doctrines. 

Yuval Feldman is the Kaplan Professor of Legal Research at Bar-Ilan University Law School Israel, where he has taught since 2004. He received a BA in Psychology and an LLB (1998) both from Bar-Ilan University, and a PhD in Jurisprudence and Social Policy from UC Berkeley (1999-2004),