Asaf Raz joined the Penn Law S.J.D. program in 2018. Prior to his doctoral studies, Asaf graduated with distinction from the Penn Law LL.M. program, which he entered in 2017. During his LL.M. studies, he served as Associate Editor of the University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law. Before coming to Penn Law, Asaf had a law practice in Tel Aviv, Israel, where he specialized in corporate litigation, including derivative and class actions, and other areas of commercial law. He graduated from the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC) with LL.B. and B.A. degrees. While there, Asaf served on the legal clinic and was a member of the Debate Club, on behalf of which he won the Israel Debate Championship for First-Year Speakers. Asaf is pursuing his doctoral studies with view to joining legal academia, aiming to employ multidisciplinary approaches to navigate the changing landscape of the law.
- Corporate Law
- Law and Economics
- Private Law Theory
- Law and Finance
- Corporate Theory
- Comparative Law
• Asaf Raz, Mandatory Arbitration and the Limits of Corporate Law (Working Paper, 2020).
Research Fellow, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School
- LL.M. with distinction, University of Pennsylvania Law School (2018)