A second-year fellow (2010-12), Ben-Or interns at the National Economic Council. In his first year, he interned in the Private-Public Partnerships (PPP) Division of the Accountant General's Office at the Ministry of Finance. His research examined the potential for implementing a PPP project for public housing in Israel.
Prior to joining the fellows program, Ben-Or interned at Agmon & Co., one of Israel's leading law firms in complex civil litigation, class actions, antitrust and real estate, where he specialized in commercial litigation.
During his undergraduate studies, he was a research assistant for professors Eyal Zamir and Barak Medina in the fields of economic analysis of law and behavioral law and economics.
In the military, Ben-Or served in the elite Maglan combat unit, receiving a citation of excellence from the Israel Central Commander.
He holds an LLB and B.A. cum laude in law and cognitive sciences from the Hebrew University. He has been a member of the Israel Bar Association since May 2010. Currently, Ben-Or is pursuing a master's degree in economics and public policy at the Hebrew University.