Dr. Natalie Davidson
Natalie Davidson is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) at the Buchmann Faculty of Law. She holds a joint LLB-Maîtrise (King's College London and Université Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne), LLM (University of London), and doctorate in law (Tel Aviv University). Natalie teaches and researches international human rights law, the legal regulation of the global arms trade, and constitutional law, combining legal, historical, and social scientific approaches. Her research project, The Roles of Law in Israeli Security Exports (Israel Science Foundation no. 1217/23), explores how actors involved in security exports from Israel understand and invoke various forms of law (international, Israeli, comparative). She is also currently exploring the role of Big Tech in regulating the spyware market, and the implications of this regulatory role for thinking about Business and Human Rights.