Shai Wozner is a senior lecturer in Tel Aviv university faculty of law and the director of the Taubenschlag Institute of Criminal Law, TAU. He studied in Hebron Yeshiva in Jerusalem, received his B.A. in Talmud and Philosophy from Bar-Ilan University, and LL.B, LL.M, and LL.D (Cum laude) From the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He was a fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem till 2007. In 2012-2013 he was a Berkowitz Fellow at the Tikvah Center for Law and Jewish Civilization, NYU law school.
Shai Wozner received the Silberg Prize, from Hebrew University Faculty of Law (2006); the Cegla Prize, from the Cegla Center for Interdisciplinary Research of the Law, TAU (2009); and the Zeltner Prize to Junior Legal Scholar, from TAU and Rotary (2011).
Shai Wozner is the co-author (with H. Ben-Menahem and N. Hecht) of the three volumes Controversy and Dialogue in the Halakhic Sources (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2002), and the author of Legal Thinking in the Lithuanian Yeshivot (Magnes Press 2016).