Dr. Roni Mann
Since 2015 Director of Humanities and Professor of Philosophy and Social Thought, Barenboim-Said Akademie Berlin
2012 - 2015 Research fellow of the research professorship "Rule of Law in the Age of Globalization", WZB Berlin Social Science Center Berlin 2004 - 2011 Harvard Law School, S.J.D. Program Dissertation title: “Financial Regulation and the Leverage Argument: an intellectual history".
2009 - 2010 Dissertation Fellow, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, Project on Justice, Welfare and Economics
2005 - 2008 Teaching Fellowships: Harvard Law School, Byse Fellow, “Law and Economics as Normative Theory” (Fall 2008) Harvard University Committee of Degrees in Social Studies, Tutor, “Introduction to Social Theory” (Fall 2007 - Spring 2008) Harvard College, Teaching Fellow, “Justice” (Prof. Michael Sandel, Fall 2008); “American Constitutional History” (Prof. Morton Horwitz, Fall 2005) Kennedy School of Government, Teaching Fellow, “Ethics in Public Life” (Prof. Kenneth Winston, Fall 2006)
2003 - 2004 Harvard Law School, LL.M. Thesis title: "The Liberalisms of Rawls and J.S. Mill: A dialogue on how to argue for liberty". 2001 – 2003 Legal clerk and associate, Herzog, Fox & Neeman (Tel Aviv); Israel Bar Exam
1998 - 2001 Cambridge University, LL.B.