Nimrod Kozlovski is a researcher, lecturer and consultant in the fields of internet and information law and information security.
He received his doctor degree in law (J.S.D) from Yale Law School and conducted his Post-Doc research in computer science as an associate in the computer science department at Yale University.
Dr. Kozlovski consults to start-ups, high-tech companies and governmental bodies and serves in the advisory board of several technological companies.
He is the author of the book "The Computer and the Legal Process" (Israeli Bar Association Press, 2000), co-editor of the forthcoming book on Computer Crimes (NYU Press, 2006, ed: Jack Balkin et el.) and numerous articles on the Internet and privacy law, computer crimes, computer search and seizure and electronic evidence.
He was an Adjunct Professor for CyberCrime at New York Law School and is currently a lecturer in cyberlaw and e-commerce at Tel-Aviv University.