Amit Elazari

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Amit is a doctoral law candidate at Berkeley Law, one of the world’s leading institutions in law and technology, and a Research Fellow at CTSP, Berkeley School of Information. Her work on Cyberlaw and Intellectual Property has been published in the Canadian Intellectual Property Journal, Berkeley Technology Law Journal (BTLJ) and Berkeley Business Law Journal blogs and presented in leading security, Internet Law and IP conferences. Additionally, Amit serves as the submissions editor of BTLJ, the world’s leading IP and Tech Law Journal and as professors Deirdre Mulligan and Kenneth Bamberger, leaders in cyber law, and Professor Peter Menell, a leader in copyright law, research assistant. On 2017, Amit moderated a Key-Note session at the Women in Cyber Security 2017 (WiCyS) conference and presented her research on bug bounties at BsidesLV and Defcon (Skytalks).