Prof. Guy Seidman, S.J.D., Northwestern University, 1999
Prof. Guy Seidman has been on faculty at the Radzyner School of Law since 1999. A graduate of Tel-Aviv University (LL.B., 1989; LL.M. 1995) and Northwestern University of Chicago, Illinois (LL.M., 1997, S.J.D. 1999) Prof. Seidman has visited and taught at various institutions in Israel, Europe and the United States including the University of Chicago, Northwestern University, Boston University and the Max Planck Institute at Heidelberg. Prof. Seidman is primarily interested in Administrative law and Comparative law and the cross between the two. A former officer of the Israeli Judge Advocate General`s Corps., Prof. Seidman’s other teaching and research interests include military law as well as medical law. Prof. Seidman has written extensively in his fields of research. Notable recent publications include: "Who Are You, The Israeli Administrative Law? – in View of Daphne Barak-Erez's Book Adminstrative Law" 51 Hapraklit (Israel Bar Association LJ, Hebrew, May 2012) 693-756; The Origins of the Necessary and Proper Clause (co-authored with Prof. Gary Lawson, Boston U.; Geoffrey Miller, NYU; Robert Natelson, U. of Montana) (Cambridge University Press, 2010) and “Is A Flat-Line a Good Thing? On the Privatization of Israel’s Healthcare System” 36 Am. J. L & Med. 452-481 (2010).