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|2004||Ph.D., Comparative Literature, Bar-Ilan University
Dissertation: Law and literature: The judge as a narrator in the judicial text and the narrator as a judge in the literary text: utilization of narratological components as interpretative tools for the judicial text in comparison with their hermeneutic function in the literary text
Supervisors: Prof. Yehuda Fridlander, Prof. Yedidia Stern
|1999||M.A., Department of Comparative Literature, Hebrew University Jerusalem|
|1997||LL.B., Bar-Ilan University, Israeli Bar License No. 20917|
|1995||B.A. (summa cum laude), Humanities, Department of Comparative Literature, Bar-Ilan University|
Fields of Research
- Law and literature
- Law and culture
|2000 –||Course coordinator, The Open University of Israel: "Contract Law"|
|2004 –||External Lecturer, The Faculty of Law, Bar-Ilan University: "Law and Literature"|
|2007 –||Seminar for Master's degree students, The Faculty of Law, Bar-Ilan University|
|1996 – 1997||Legal clerkship at Tzvi Agmon and Co., Jerusalem|
|1998 – 1999||Lawyer for Stiman-Ben-Jaken Law Office, Jerusalem|
Academic Awards and Grants
|1999 – 2004||President's and Dean's List Scholarship for Outstanding Doctoral Candidates|
|2002, 2003, 2007||Research grant from the Open University Research Authority|
Fridgoot-Netzer, Liat, "The Judge as an Interpreter: From Writing on the Judge to Writing the Judge," Kiryat Hamishpat 7 (2008) 3-59 (Hebrew).
Fridgoot-Netzer, Liat, "Judicial Formalism in Literature," Law and Literature: Studies in Honour of Judge Joshua Gross (2007) (Hebrew).
Fridgoot-Netzer, Liat, "Finding Compassion in the courts as a rhetorical manipulation," in Yehoshua Gitay (ed.), The Power of Words (2009), pp. 153-168 (Hebrew).
Fridgoot-Netzer, Liat, "The crime story" against "The criminal story," in Dror Arad-Ayalon, Yoram Rabin & Yaniv Vaki (eds.), Hapraklit: David Weiner Book on Criminal Law and Ethics (2009), pp. 637-632 (Hebrew).
Fridgoot-Netzer, Liat, "The "Twilight Zone": Ethics in Confrontation with Poetics" (Article accepted for publication).
Open University Books
Shalev, Gabriela and Fridgoot-Netzer, Liat (2007). Contract Law (2nd edition, in progress, Hebrew).
- "The Judge as an Interpreter: From Writing on the Judge to Writing the Judge," The Institute of Judicial Training for Judges: Law and Literature (February 2003).
- "A Judge's Confession: The Judge as a Self Reflective Narrator of the Judicial Text," Open University seminar (June 2003).
- "Hush lest you awaken: The Confrontation of Ethics and Poetry," Conference of the Faculty of Humanities, Bar-Ilan University, on "Poetic Justice in Law," Literature and Halakhah (November 2004).
- "Finding Compassion in the courts as a rhetorical manipulation," Conference of the Israeli Association for the study of Language and Society, on "A Reflection of Violent Confrontations in the Language," Technion, Haifa (May 2007).
- "Textual Land: Struggle between 'Geographical Community' and 'Textual community', Annual ILSA Conference, on "Law in Social and Cultural Struggles," Haifa University (February 2008).
- "A state of all its citizens": Legal 'inclusion' and narrative 'exclusion' in Israeli law," 24th Annual AIS Conference, on "60 Years after 1948: Are the Narratives Converging?," New-York University (May 2008).
- "The judge as a narrator in the judicial text," paper presented at professional training of lawyers (July 2008).
- "The 'Story of the Criminal' and the 'Story of the Crime': Local Politics or Judicial Strategy," International Conference, Israeli Law and Society Association (ILSA), on "Global, Regional and Local: Law, Politics, and Society in Comparative Perspectives," Hebrew University of Jerusalem (December 2008).