Anat Lior is a J.S.D. candidate at Yale Law School and a Resident Fellow with the School’s Information Society Project. Her research focuses on the intersection of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and torts, the way AI should be regulated ex-ante and ex-post using the tort system and administrative law, and the usage of legal fictions in the regulation of new technological advancements.
Prior to her doctoral studies, Anat completed a dual degree in Law and Business Administration (LL.B./B.A, Summa cum Laude) at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya in Israel, as well as a Master's Degree in Law (LL.M., Summa cum Laude) at the Interdisciplinary Center and at Yale Law School. During her Master's degree at the IDC she wrote her thesis, "The Line Between Cyberbullying and Freedom of Speech – Can One Coexist with the Other?" under the supervision of Prof. Amnon Rubinstein and Dr. Adam Shinar. Anat also worked with Professor Aharon Barak, former Chief Justice of the Israeli Supreme Court, as his research assistant focusing on comparative constitutional law.