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Page 4 / De iure September 2018 Buchmann Bulletin A round-up of the latest news from the Buchmann Faculty of Law Prof. Talia Fisher is awarded the Fattal Prize We are delighted to report that Prof. Talia Fisher has been awarded the Fattal Prize for excellence in legal research. The prize is awarded each year by Haifa University to commemorate the late Joseph Fattal. The Fattal Prize celebrates achievement, innovation and brilliance in legal research, and acknowledges significant and distinguished scholarly contributions. The category is carefully chosen each year to reflect the complex and challenging nature of legal inquiry, and was this year awarded in the field of criminal law. Prof. Talia Fisher researches and teaches evidence law, negotiation theory, and procedural law. She has served as the Faculty’s Vice Dean for Research, and as the Director of the Taubenschlag Institute of Criminal Law. Prof. Fisher has been a fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University, a visiting scholar at Harvard Law School, and a visiting professor at the University of Toronto. Fisher was awarded the Cheshin Award for Academic Excellence in Law in 2012, and the Zeltner Prize for Young Legal Scholars in 2009. •