Dafna Dror-Shpoliansky

Dafna Dror-Shpoliansky

Dafna Dror-Shpoliansky

Ms. Dror-Shpoliansky is a legal counsel at the Office of the Deputy Attorney General, International Law Division, Human Rights Department (MOJ, Israel). Her practice focuses on advising on international human rights law aspects regarding legislative procedures and Supreme Court proceedings, as well as reporting to the UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies. In addition, Ms. Dror-Shpoliansky is an assistant professor at Bar-Ilan University where she teaches international human rights law within the Public International Law course at the Faculty of Law. Prior to joining the MOJ, Ms. Dror-Shpoliansky was a legal research extern at the Codification Division of the United Nations Office of Legal Affairs (OLA), New York. During her legal studies, Ms. Dror clerked at the International Criminal Tribunal of Rwanda (UNICTR) in the Chambers Support Section.

Ms. Dror-Shpoliansky holds LL.B. from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and an LL.M. from Tel-Aviv and Northwestern University.

Dafna's Research:

* Re-conceptualizing Digital Rights

Dafna's Blog:

Time for Digital Rights

Don't Shoot the Messenger – On the Special Standing of Hyperlinks in Online Defamation Proceedings Following Magyar Jeti Zrt v. Hungary

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