Ido Kilovaty, SJD, LLM

Ido Kilovaty, SJD, LLM
Frederic Dorwart Endowed Assistant Professor of Law
College of Law
Law
918-631-3262 Website College of Law Room 231

Education

LL.B – Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Faculty of Law SJD – Georgetown University Law Center LLM – University of California, Berkeley, School of Law

Bio

Ido Kilovaty is the Frederic Dorwart Endowed Assistant Professor of Law. He comes to the College of Law after two years as a Research Scholar in Law at Yale Law School. At Yale, he was a Cyber Fellow at the Center for Global Legal Challenges, and a Resident Fellow at the Information Society Project, where he remains an affiliated fellow. Professor Kilovaty is also a 2018-19 Cybersecurity Policy Fellow at New America. He specializes in the intersection of technology, law, and society, with a focus on cybersecurity – both domestic and international. His specific areas of research include cybersecurity law, internet governance, and domestic and global technology regulation. His recently authored “Freedom to Hack” which proposes a solution of ethical hacking for the improvement of smart-device security is forthcoming in the Ohio State Law Journal and “Legally Cognizable Manipulation” which explores the relationship between novel breach-related harms and data-breach law is forthcoming in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal. His work has also appeared in the Harvard National Security Journal, Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review, Duke Law & Technology Review, Columbia Science and Technology Law Review, and more. Professor Kilovaty’s op-eds and essays appeared at Harvard Law Review Blog, Lawfare, Just Security, WIRED, and TechCrunch.

Research Interests

Cybersecurity Law and Policy
Technology Law
Computer Crime Law
Privacy Law
National Security Law
International Law

Teaching Interests

Cybersecurity Law and Policy
Technology Law
Computer Crime Law
Privacy Law
National Security Law
International Law

Publications

Law Reviews

Blog Posts

Dissertation Projects

  • Ido Kilovaty, Conflict in Cyberspace and International Law.

Conference Proceedings

Other

Courses Taught

  • Cybersecurity Law and Policy
  • Technology Law
  • International Law

Professional Affiliations

  • New America
  • American Society of International Law