private mergers and acquisitions as well as other general corporate matters.
While attending Harvard Law School, Shachar was a recipient of numerous fellowships, including the John M. Olin Fellowship in Law, Economics and Business and the Clark Byse Fellowship. Shachar's dissertation explores theoretical and legal aspects of shareholder heterogeneity and shareholder activism.
Shachar is an Adjunct Lecturer at Tel-Aviv University, teaching the course "Shareholder Activism", focusing on the practice and regulation of shareholder activism in publicly-traded companies in the U.S. and Israel, and at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzlyia, teaching the course "U.S. Securities Regulations", offering an introduction to the two most important federal securities laws: the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
Education: Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel (B.A., Economics, summa cum laude, 1997; LL.B., magna cum laude, 1997; LL.M.,magna cum laude, 2000); Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts (LL.M., 2001; S.J.D., 2004).
Admitted: Israel Bar, 1998; Massachusetts Bar, 2004.
Member: Israel Bar Association; American Bar Association.
Languages: Hebrew and English.