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Conducting multidisciplinary theoretical research into virtual reality law, cybercrime, privacy and cybersecurity as a Ph.D. candidate and research fellow at the Haifa University Center for Law and Technology and the Center for Cyber Law and Policy.

Researched virtual reality law and graduated with a Research LL.M. (with honors) from the Tel Aviv University Center for Advanced Legal Studies after obtaining 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 and as an adjunct lecturer at Shenkar College and at Afeka College.


Gilad Yadin, Virtual Reality Exceptionalism, 20 Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law (forthcoming 2018) [details]

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 Surveillance, 35 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 707 (2017) [details | full text]

Gilad Yadin, Virtual Reality Intrusion, 53 Willamette Law Review 63 (2016) [details | full text]


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 Israel's Privacy Protection Authority.

Clerked at the Tel Aviv District Criminal Court.


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.


Served in the Israeli Air Force; enjoys lifting heavy things; married to Dr. Sharon Yadin.