Dr. Yahli Shereshevsky
Dr. Yahli Shereshevsky is a senior lecturer (associate professor) at the University of Haifa Law School. He was previously a post-doctoral fellow at the Federmann Cyber Security Reserach Center, the Minerva Center for the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions, and a Grotius Research Scholar at the University of Michigan Law School. Yahli specializes in international law, focusing on international humanitarian law, international lawmaking, international legal theory, war and technology, and international criminal law.
Yahli received his PhD from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he was a Hans-Guth Dreyfus Fellow for Conflict Resolution and the Law and was enrolled in the Hoffman Leadership and Responsibility Fellowship Program. Yahli holds an LLB in Law and the “Amirim” Interdisciplinary Honors Program for Outstanding Students (summa cum laude) from the Hebrew University. He clerked for the Honorable Deputy Chief Justice Eliezer Rivlin of the Supreme Court of Israel. Yahli’s work has been published in leading journals including the European Journal of International Law, the Virginia Journal of International Law, The Michigan Journal of International Law, and the Journal of International Criminal Justice.
- international criminal law
- International Humanitarian Law
- International law
- the Intersection of international and domestic law
- War and Technology
- International humanitarian law-making and new military technologies, 104 International Review of the Red Cross, 2131 (2022).
- Explaining the Practical Purchase of Soft Law: Competing and Complementary Behavioral Hypotheses, in International Law as behavior 98 (Harlan Grant Cohen and Timothy Meyer eds., 2021) (with Tomer Broude)
- Are All Soldiers Created Equal? – On the Equal Application of the Law to Enhanced Soldiers, 61 Virginia Journal of International Law 271 (2021)
- Something is not Always Better than Nothing: Problematizing Emerging Forms of Jus Ad Bellum Argument, 53 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1585 (2021) (with David Hughes)
- The Unintended Negative Effect of Positive Complementarity, 18 Journal of International Criminal Justice 1017 (2020)
- International Decision: HCJ 3003/18 Yesh Din v. IDF Chief of General Staff, 113 American Journal of International Law 361 (2019)
- Back in the Game: International Humanitarian Law-making by States, 37 Berkeley Journal of International Law 1 (2019)
- Targeting the Targeted Killings Case – International Lawmaking in Domestic Contexts, 39 Michigan Journal of International Law 241 (2018)
- Does Exposure to Preparatory Work Affect Treaty Interpretation? – An Experimental Study on International Law Students and Experts, 28 European Journal of International Law 1287 (2017) (with Tom Noah)
- Politics by Other Means: The Battle over the Law of Transnational Armed Conflicts, 49 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 455 (2016)
- Monetary Compensation as a Remedy for Fair Trial Violations under International Criminal Law, 18 New Criminal Law Review 71 (2015)