Adi Grinapell is a JSD candidate at the University of Chicago Law School. Her research explores the impact of the traditional corporate governance practices on the technology sector, from both empirical and theoretical perspectives.
Adi holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.A.) and a Bachelor of Law (LL.B), magna cum laude, from Tel-Aviv University, and Masters in Law (LL.M) from the University of Chicago Law School. Adi also holds a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A), magna cum laude, from Tel-Aviv University. During her studies, Adi has served as a research and teaching assistant in corporations, securities regulation, torts and evidence, and was an editorial board member of the Tel-Aviv University law review.
Prior to pursuing her JSD degree, Adi has worked for a few years in a leading law firm in Israel, where she specialized in finance, banking and financial regulation.
Adi’s teaching and research interests include law and economics, corporations, securities regulation and finance.
Dissertation title: The Uneasy Fit Between Technology-Based Firms and So Called Best Corporate Governance Practices
Supervisors: Dhammika Dharmapala, Anthony J. Casey