Dr. Abraham Tennenbaum served for nearly 18 years in the Jerusalem General Court. His areas of expertise include traffic law, criminal punishment, internet law, intellectual property and technology, and empirical law. Today he deals mainly with writing, research, teaching, mediation and arbitration.
Parallel to his judicial work, he was always teaching, researching, and writing academically. His publications include dozens of academic articles and hundreds of lists on the subject of law and others. His writings have been published in various stages in Israel and abroad.
He is currently the head of the criminology division in the department of multidisciplinary studies at Sapir College in the Negev, and also deals with arbitrations (especially in the areas of the Internet and technology).
The purpose of the site is primarily to make these writings accessible to students, researchers and all interested parties.