Nathan Leys is a J.D. candidate at Yale Law School, Class of 2020. His research focuses on autonomous weapons systems, military innovation, and the policy and national security implications of AI decision making. He is also involved in the Housing Clinic and First-Generation Professionals. Before law school, he worked at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, a tech-policy think tank, and will spend the 2018 summer interning at the Campaign Legal Center. He graduated magna cum laude from George Mason University in 2017 with an honors B.A. in Government and International Politics and minors in Data Analysis and International Security.