Liron Shilo is an S.J.D. candidate at Georgetown University Law Center and a Resident Fellow with Yale Law School’s Information Society Project. His research focuses on artificial intelligence and autonomy in the realm of national security. In particular, the regulation of lethal autonomous weapon systems through novel regulatory mechanisms, under international law. In addition, he currently consults on cases involving international disputes.
Prior to his current academic endeavors, he served as an Assistant State Attorney at the Israeli Ministry of Justice, Department of International Affairs, focusing on extraditions, prisoner transfers, and parental child abductions. He holds an LL.M in national security law from Georgetown University Law Center (Distinction and Dean’s list), an LL.B from the College of Management and Academic Studies, and he is a certified mediator.