theoretical research into virtual reality law, cybercrime, privacy
and cybersecurity as
candidate and research fellow
at the Haifa University Center for Law and Technology.
» Researched virtual reality law and graduated with a Research LL.M. (with honors) from the Tel Aviv University Center for Advanced Legal Studies.
» Obtained an LL.B. from the Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law.
» Taught technology law as a teaching fellow at the Tel Aviv University Faculty of Engineering.
» Taught technology law and ethics as an adjunct lecturer at Shenkar College and at Afeka College.
RECENT PUBLICATIONS» Gilad Yadin, Virtual Reality Surveillance, 35 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal (forthcoming 2017) [abstract/citation | full text (coming soon)]
» Gilad Yadin, Beyond Unauthorized Access: Laws of Virtual Reality Hacking, in The Law of Virtual and Augmented Reality (Woodrow Barfield & Marc Blitz eds., forthcoming 2017)
» Gilad Yadin, Virtual Reality Intrusion, 53 Willamette Law Review 61 (2016) [abstract/citation | full text (coming soon)]
LAW PRACTICE» Advising companies and individuals as a technology attorney, member of the Israel Bar Association and a certified mediator.
» Consulted and drafted cybercrime legislation at Israel's Ministry of Justice.
» Consulted on privacy law and policy at the Israeli Law, Technology and Information Authority.
» Clerked at the Tel Aviv District Criminal Court.
HIGH-TECH» Managed multiple cybersecurity technology teams and projects as an R&D group manager at Check Point Software.
» Was a software engineer and DevOps team leader at BMC Software.
» Served as a director on the boards of a public venture capital fund and a large infrastructure company.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION» Served in the Israeli Air Force.
» Married to Dr. Sharon Yadin.
» Enjoys lifting heavy things.