Inbar Levy is reading for a DPhil in Law at University College, Oxford, where she was awarded the Modern Law Review Doctoral Scholarship and the Oxford Faculty of Law Scholarship. Her project, titled ‘Behavioural Analysis of Civil Procedure Rules’ investigates the implications of findings derived from empirical behavioural psychology for legal reasoning and practice.

She had been awarded a Joint Law and Psychology LLB with Magna Cum Laude honours and subsequently an LLM with similar honours from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Before coming to Oxford, she served as a legal advising officer in the Military Advocate General unit of the Israeli Defense Forces.

Inbar held a Visiting Research Fellow position at Columbia Law School in the City of New York and a Visiting Researcher position at Harvard Law School.

Founder and convenor (with Paul Troop), Empirical Legal Studies Discussion Group

Founder and convenor, Procedural Justice Discussion Group


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  • Levy and N Mordechay, 'Costs Orders against Public Interest Litigants in the Israeli High Court of Justice' (2013) Mishpatim Online
  • Levy and others, 'Lightening the Overload of CPR Rule 3.9?' (2013) Civil Justice Quarterly
  • Levy and A Zuckerman, 'Report on the State of Civil Justice in England?' (2011) International Journal of Procedural Law
  • Levy, 'Deportation and ?Assigned Residence?' (2010) The Israeli Democracy Institute Press
  • Levy (ed), Current Trends in Criminal Procedure and Evidence ? A Collection of Essays in Honor of Professor Eliahu Harnon (The Harry and Michael Sacher Institute for Legislative Research and Comparative Law 2009)


Research Interests

Civil Procedure; Law and Psychology; Behavioural Analysis of Law; Empirical Legal Studies

Options taught

Principles of Civil Procedure

Research projects