David A. Frenkel was born in Tel Aviv, 1940, and lives in Beer-Sheva. He is emeritus professor at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, where he was the head of the Law Area at the Department of Business Administration, and professor of law at Carmel Academic Centre Law School, Haifa. His degrees include M. Jur. and LL.D. from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Faculty of Law, in addition to his studies at the Academy of Music in Tel Aviv. He is the author of over 80 publications, including 11 books. Prof. Frenkel was the legal adviser of the Israeli Ministry of Health in the years 1976 – 1981. During the years 1990-1997 he was the legal adviser of the municipality of Beer-Sheva. He is the chairman of the Ethics Committees of Soroka Medical Center and of the Southern District of Israel. Prof. Frenkel was a visiting professor at King's College London School of Law, and is the head of the law research unit of the Athens Institute of Education and Research. He is involved in international as well as national research committees. His research interests are in Business Law and Ethics, Employment Law, Medical and Health Laws and Ethics, and Philosophy of Law. Professor Frenkel is a member of the Israeli Bar. He was honored as Worthy of the City of Beer-Sheva in 2004. He has 5 children and 7 grandchildren.