Hillel J. Bavli
Areas of Practice
Harvard Law School, LL.M., 2011; Dean's Scholar Prize
Fordham Law School, J.D., cum laude, 2006
Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, A.M. in Statistics (2012); Ph.D. Candidate in Statistics in Law and Government
Boston University, B.A., summa cum laude, Economics, 2003
New York and Connecticut
Hillel is a litigation attorney who focuses on complex litigation, antitrust law, and criminal law. He has substantial experience litigating high-profile civil and criminal cases, including major class actions, antitrust cases, merger challenges, felony criminal charges, constitutional matters, and contractual disputes. He has recently played a key role in the litigation of a high-profile matter involving antitrust, securities, Commodities Exchange Act, RICO, and state law claims.
In addition to his litigation experience, clients benefit from Hillel’s strong background in economics and statistics, and his proficiency developing innovative arguments and communicating complex concepts. He holds a Master’s Degree in Statistics and is currently completing a Ph.D. in Statistics in Law and Government at Harvard University. He has also designed and taught a popular seminar course on the economic analysis of law at Harvard University, and has publications in various fields including class action litigation, antitrust, and applications of statistics and economics to law.
Additionally, Hillel has substantial international experience. He has completed short-term clerkships at the Supreme Court of India and the Supreme Court of Rwanda, and he is active in coordinating legal studies and programs in the U.S. and abroad. Hillel has also completed a Fulbright Fellowship in Economics, studying game theory at the Center for the Study of Rationality in Jerusalem, Israel.