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Amit Pundik worked as a software consultant before converting into law. He completed his undergraduate law degree at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem, where he also took various courses in philosophy. Amit then moved to England to read for a master’s degree in procedural law at University College London, after which he continued to Oxford to write a doctorate on the use of statistical evidence in court, under the supervision of John Gardner and Adrian Zuckerman. After two years in Oxford, he moved to Cambridge to take up a fellowship and lectureship in law at Hughes Hall, funded by the PHG Foundation. Amit’s area of research is the theory of evidence and proof, particularly issues regarding statistics and the proof of causation and mens rea.