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The Minerva Center for the Rule of Law under Extreme Condition, the Aptowitzer Center for Risk, Liability and Insurance and the Center for Cyber, Law and Policy

Legal Challenges of Terror

The symposium will deal with three main challenges of terror: Challenge to the legal systems, challenges to Cyber systems and challenges to financial systems, in three time frames: before, during and after a terror attack.

Offer observatory, main building at the University of Haifa

Thursday, June 7th, 2018

 Link to all conference videos here

Program

09:00 – 09:15: Gathering

09:15 – 09:45: Prof. Gad Barzilai - Introduction
(Link to video: part 1+2)

09:45 – 10:30: Admiral (Res.) Amichay (Ami) Ayalon - Key-note Speaker
(Link to video: part 1+2, min. 10:25)

10:30 – 11:00: Coffee break

11:00 – 12:45: 1st panel: Legal Challenges of Terror to Cyber Systems

Chair: Dr. Itamar Mann
(link to vido: part 1+2, min. 1:17:50)

MG (ret.) Dan Efrony, Cyber&Law program,  Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Cyber- Warfare is Here, While International Law is Lagging Behind
(link to video: part 1+2, min. 1:22:37)


Adv. Eli Bahar, the Israel Democracy Institute: Democracy in Danger: Information Manipulation, Election Intervention and Organized "Fake News" 
(Link to video: part 1+2, min. 1:49:08)


Nadav Berman Shifman, Philosophy Department and Judaic Studies, Yale University: Autonomous Weapon Systems, "The Sword Devours", and the Problem of Moral Agency 
(Link to video: part 1+2, min. 2:05:30)


Dr. Eldar Haber, The Center for Cyber Law & Policy (CCLP), University of Haifa: The Wiretapping of Things 
(Link to video: part 1+2, min. 2:27:44)

12:45 – 13:45: Lunch break

13:45 – 15:30: 2nd panel: Legal Challenges of Terror to the Rule of Law

Chair: Prof. Eli Salzberger
(Link to video: part 3)

Prof. Stefan Oeter, University of Hamburg Faculty of Law: Terrorism, Laws of Armed Conflict and War Crimes Prosecution
(Link to video: part 3, min. 5:55)


Prof. Stefan Voigt, University of Hamburg Faculty of Law: When Does Terror Induce a State of Emergency? And What are the Effects?
(Link to video: part 3, min. 32:00)

Adv. Lila Margalit, the Israel Democracy Institute: The Israeli Combating Terror Law: Normalizing the Exceptional?
(Link to video: part 3, min. 57:33)

Q&A
(Link to video: part 3, min. 1:21:45)

15:30 – 15:45: Coffee break

15:45 – 17:30: 3rd panel: Compensation to Victims of Terror: A Comparative Perspective

Chair: Prof. Ronen Perry
(Link to video: part 4)

Prof. Betsy J. Grey, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University: Should Nations Create a Permanent Compensation System for Victims of Terrorism?
(Link to video: part 4, min. 7:32)

 
Prof. Ernst Karner, University of Vienna, Director of the Institute for European Tort Law and the European Centre of Tort and Insurance Law: Liability for Acts of Terrorism in a comparative view
(Link to video: part 4, min. 29:50)


Dr. Hillel Sommer,  Radzyner Law School, IDC Herzlia: Compensating Terrorism Victims: Promises and Perils
(Link to video: part 4, min. 50:07)

Q&A
(Link to video: part 4, min. 1:25:30)

Short biographical details of speakers see here

Still pictures from conferece:
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