Inbar Levy joined Melbourne Law School in 2015 after completing her DPhil in Law at University College, Oxford. Inbar had been awarded a Joint Law and Psychology LLB with Magna Cum Laude honours and subsequently an LLM with similar honours from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Before going to Oxford, She served as a legal advising officer in the Military Advocate General unit of the Israeli Defense Forces. Inbar has previously held a Visiting Research Fellow position at Columbia Law School in the City of New York and a Visiting Researcher position at Harvard Law School. She was also a fellow at the Centre for the Study of Rationality and the Sacher Institute in Jerusalem, and most recently, a Houser Global Fellow at NYU School of Law. Her primary research areas are procedural justice and empirical legal research, with a particular interest in behaviour and decision-making, access to justice and institutional design.