Nadiv Mordechay is currently a PhD candidate and a Research Fellow at The Hebrew University Faculty of Law. His research interests are Constitutional Law and Judicial Review, Administrative Law and the Executive, Legislation, Public Procedure and Institutional Theory. He is the General Secretary of ICON-S-IL, The Israeli Branch of ICON-S. His Master Dissertation (“Constitutional Showdowns: the Case of Judicial Review on Social-Economic Rights in Israel’s Supreme Court 2002-2012”) was submitted in 2015. Nadiv is currently involved in several research projects concerning decision-making in Israel’s Supreme Court. Prior to his joining the faculty, Nadiv was a Law Clerk in the Supreme Court (2008-2009) and spent the preceding year clerking for Israel’s Attorney-General (2007-2008). Nadiv is also a research assistant at the Israel Democracy Institute and will be tutoring second and third year undergraduate students in Administrative Law and teaching at the faculty Moot Court Workshop.