Hillel Bavli is an IQSS fellow whose research concerns applications of statistics and economics to law and government policy. He is an experienced litigation attorney who focuses on antitrust law, complex commercial litigation, and criminal law. He also teaches a seminar course (a sophomore tutorial), which he designed, on the economic analysis of law. Hillel has completed a Fulbright Fellowship studying game theory in Jerusalem, Israel, and he has completed short-term clerkships at the Supreme Court of India and the Supreme Court of Rwanda. He is active in developing law and statistics projects in the U.S. and abroad, and he is currently engaged in developing applications of statistics to improve the reliability of legal and political outcomes. His research interests include civil and criminal procedure, evidence law, law and statistics, law and economics, quantitative empirical legal studies, causal inference, and experimental design.