Dr. Inon Haiman
If you’re standing in place, you’re moving backwards. Always aspire to educate, advance, and actualize yourself.
Staff member and lecturer in the Business Administration School. Advocate (BA from the Hebrew University – 2001), cognitive psychologist (Haifa University – 2007). In addition, he holds a BA in Criminology (Hebrew University – 2008) and a PhD in Criminology (Bar Ilan University – 2012). He has taught various courses in Tel Aviv University, Bar Ilan University, Netanya College, and Emek Israel College. His main research areas are legal psychology, eyewitnesses, decision making, and judgment biases. He combines legal practice (as an active lawyer in the field of transport and the criminal field) with academic practice, serving as the Tel Aviv and Center District Committee Chair at the Israel Bar Association.
Areas of study: penal law, law of evidence, criminal law procedure, white collar, transport law, cognitive psychology, positive psychology, developmental psychology