Scholar in Residence, Academic Year 2022-2023
Neli is a Post-Doctoral Global Fellow affiliated with the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice. Her project at NYU will focus on the legal and normative challenges posed by the increasing harnessing of artificial intelligence capabilities in global governance. Her research and teaching interests include international law and international human rights law, with a thematic focus on international legal theory and democratic jurisprudence in the context of the intersections between law and technology.
Neli received her PhD from the University of Cambridge in April 2022, and holds an LLM, an LLB and a BA in East Asian Studies from Tel-Aviv University. Her research to date has centered on the regulatory roles performed by transnational corporations in the field of human rights (EJIL 2021) and on the hazards that Information and Communication Technology companies pose to the infrastructures of democratic governance. During her time at Cambridge Neli supervised International Law for undergraduates, taught LLM workshops on international human rights and the law of global governance, and was an Associate Editor of the British Yearbook of International Law.