Liron Shilo is an SJD candidate at Georgetown University Law Center since August 2016. His dissertation is titled: International Humanitarian and Criminal Law Meet Artificial Autonomy: Can We Teach Old Law New Tricks?. Prior to his current doctoral studies, he served as an Assistant State Attorney at the Israel Ministry of Justice, Department of International Affairs, inter alia, representing the state of Israel in litigation of Extradition cases. He completed his LL.M in national security law from Georgetown Law with distinction and Dean’s list (2015). He also holds an LL.B from the College of Management and Academic Studies (2012) and is a certified mediator.

Preceding the above, he clerked at the Israeli Central District Court for his honorable Judge Ofer Groskopf, Ph.D., mainly researching and drafting legal opinions. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, experimenting in the kitchen and extreme adventures. His fields of interest are international humanitarian law; international criminal law; international human right law; cutting-edge technologies; artificial intelligence; automation; law and technology; and constitutional law.