Notes on Contributors

Sascha-Dominik Dov Bachmann is an international law and justice
professor in at Canberra Law School, Australia. Prior to his position
at Canberra, Sascha was, among many others, an Associate Professor/
Reader at Bournemouth University and the University of Lincoln in
the U.K. aer having taught as a Senior Lecture at the University of
Portsmouth. In addition to his teaching position, he worked with and
presented to NATO, US CENTCOM, US AFRICOM, the Austrian
Ministry of Defence, the Swedish Defence University, the Royal Danish
Defence College, the South African National Defence Force and the
Australian Defence College on the subjects of Hybrid War/reats,
Lawfare, InfoOps and Targeting. His research (more than 80 academic
outputs) is interdisciplinary and discusses topical issues arising from
new Security Challenges of the 21st Century such as Hybrid Warfare,
Information Operations, the use of Lawfare, Cyber enhanced Hybrid
Warfare alongside other topics such as International Criminal
Justice, Lawfare, Human Rights and Human Security. He contributes
to NATO’s Legal Advisor Web (LAWFAS) and is a Fellow of NATO
SHAPE for the Asia Pacic (Hybrid reats and Lawfare) working
on Inuenceoperations, Greyzone, Hybrid Warfare, Great Power
competition, Australian and Asia Pacic Security.
Reut Dahan is currently completing her LL.M. at the Interdisciplinary
Center (IDC) in Herzliya, Israel, aer completing her LL.B. at IDC as
a Dean’s List student. Additionally, Reut served as a board member of
IDC’s law review, Law & Business. Reut is a teaching assistant at IDC in
criminal law and criminal procedure, as well as a legal research assistant
in the eld of intellectual property for Professor Lior Zemer, Professor
of Law and Vice Dean of IDC’s Harry Radzyner School of Law. She
previously worked as a research assistant for Professor Lior Barshack
in the eld of constitutional legal theory.
Donald L. Horowitz is the James B. Duke Professor of Law and
Political Science Emeritus at Duke University. Elected to the American
Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1993, Professor Horowitz served as
President of the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy
(2007-10). Professor Horowitz is the author of eight books: e Courts

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