Nimrod Karin

Nimrod Karin

Nimrod Karin is a JSD candidate at New York University School of Law. He received his LLM in international legal studies from NYU in 2014. He received his LLB, magna cum laude, from Tel Aviv University, Israel (2006), where he was a teaching and research assistant in various fields, as well as a member of the editorial board of the journal Theoretical Inquiries in Law.

From 2006 to 2012 Nimrod served as a legal adviser to the Israel Defense Forces, at the International Law Department of the Military Advocate General’s Corps’ HQ (retired at the rank of Captain). From 2012 to 2013 Nimrod was the Deputy Legal Adviser to Israel’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations. In the course of his public service, Nimrod practiced numerous areas of Public International Law, specializing on the Law of Armed Conflict, International Law of Arms Control and Disarmament, International Criminal Law, International Human Rights Law, and international and comparative anti-terrorism law. As part of his work, Nimrod participated in multilateral and bilateral treaty negotiations, and appeared before several UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies.

Nimrod's Research:

Cyberwar, International Law, and the Tallinn Manual: A Puzzle of Positive Law and the Prism of Norm-Entrepreneurship

Introducing I-SCAPE and Illuminating Cyberspace: How Law, Science, and Technology Could Facilitate International and Domestic Accountability

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