Yahli Shereshevsky

Yahli Shereshevsky

Dr. Yahli Shereshevsky is a Post-Doctoral Fellow at The Federmann Cyber Security Research Center. He was previously a post-doctoral fellow at the Minerva Center for the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions. His research focuses mainly on international humanitarian law, international lawmaking, the use of force and international criminal law.

Yahli received his PhD from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he was a Hans-Guth Dreyfus Fellow for Conflict Resolution and the Law and was enrolled in the Hoffman Leadership and Responsibility Fellowship Program. Yahli holds an LLB in Law and the “Amirim” Interdisciplinary Honors Program for Outstanding Students (summa cum laude) from the Hebrew University. He clerked for the Honorable Deputy Chief Justice Eliezer Rivlin of the Supreme Court of Israel and served as an intern at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). His work has been published, inter alia, in the Berkley Journal of International Law, the Michigan Journal of International law, the European Journal of International Law and the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law.

Yahli's Research:

* Regulating Military Applications of Cyber Enhancement of Humans

Responsibility for violation of International Law by Human Enhanced Soldiers

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

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