Moran Yemini is a Senior Fellow at the University of Haifa's Center for Cyber, Law and Policy (CCLP), a litigation partner at the law firm of Herzog, Fox & Neeman, a Visiting Fellow at the Information Society Project at Yale Law School, and a Postdoctoral Fellow at Cornell Tech's Digital Life Initiative. Moran has published articles in the fields of law, communications and philosophy (including both theoretical and empirical work), which have been frequently cited in academic articles, as well as by U.S. Federal courts. His research interests consist of various aspects of the intersection of technology, political theory, and law, including the relationship between technology and morality, the theory of Internet governance, constitutional rights in the digital age, and online freedom of expression. Moran holds an LL.B., magna cum laude, from Tel-Aviv University, an LL.M. from New York University School of Law (where he studied under the merit-based Vanderbilt Scholarship), and a Ph.D. in law from the University of Haifa. In addition to degrees in law, Moran’s academic background also includes an undergraduate degree (B.A.), magna cum laude, in communications and a graduate degree (M.A.), magna cum laude, in political science, both from Tel-Aviv University.