His research interests are Jewish law, Civil Procedure, Torts, Evidence, Comparative Law, and Law and Religion. He has published two books: The Judge and the Judicial Process In Jewish Law (Hebrew University of Jerusalem Press, 2009) (Heb.); and Applications of Jewish Law in the Israeli Courts (The Israel Bar-Publishing House, Tel Aviv, 2009) (Heb.). Sinai has published more than 25 articles in his interest areas, including in: Yale J. of Law and Humanities; Duke J. Comp. & Int. L. ; McGill L.J.; Boston U. Int. L. J.; North Carolina Int'l L.J.; Hastings Int'l & Com. L.J.; Jewish L. Annual (Boston Univ.); Journal of Law and Religion.
He teaches two courses at Yale: Modern Applications of Jewish Law at the State of Israel and Jewish Law in a Multicultural and Pluralistic Society - Law and Religion.
Ph.D., Bar-Ilan University, 2003
LL.B., Bar-Ilan University, 1999
Jewish Law in the State of Israel
Jewish Law in a Multicultural and Pluralistic Society