Prof. Ezioni holds LL.B, LL.M and LL.D degrees from the Hebrew University.
Prof. Ezioni is a highly requested lecturer in many academic institutions. Alongside her vast academic work, she has published five books and numerous articles in the criminal law field.
Within the scope of her work at the cyber defense program at the INSS, Prof. Ezioni engages in a variety of legal, regulatory, and ethical aspects regarding operations in cyber space.
Prof. Ezioni is the head of her own law firm. She is also freelance consultant on a variety of legal and regulatory subjects in the different parliament committees as all as for public and privately held companies in the business sector.
Areas of Research
Criminal Law, Criminal Procedures, Evidence, Sexual Violence, Sex Offences, Cyber aspects of Criminal Law, Youth in Criminal Law.
Required courses: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedures, Evidence
Elective courses: Cyber and Law, Internet Sex Offences, Sexual Offenses within the Family, Women’s Rights, Feminism and Law, Criminal Law – From Theory to Reality.
Seminars: Sexual Violence, The Specific Offenses in the Penal Code, Rights of Suspects and Defendants, Criminal Punishment, Criminal Law and Cyber Crime
- "Unsafe Home", Lexington Books, An Imprint of Rowman & Littlefield (October 2020)
- "Cybersecurity and Legal-Regulatory Aspects", World Scientific (January 2021)
- Pornography as a Tool for Perpetuation of Gender Hierarchy the United States as a Case Study - Southwestern Law Review, Vol.49(2), pp.215-242 (2020).
- The Crime of Grooming- Child and Family Law Journal, Vol.8, Issue 1, pp.1-18 (2020).
- Criminal Law as a Tool for Dealing with Online Violence among Youth - Cyber, Intelligence, and Security, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 95-106 (2020).
- Contemporary Aspects of Female Genital Mutilation Prohibitions in the United States - American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & The Law, Vol. 28 No. 1, pp.39-62 (2020)
- The Use of Biometric Technology – Normative and Legal Aspects- Cyber, Intelligence, and Security, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 99-109 (2019).
- International Misconceptions: The Insanity Defense in Filicide Cases — Israel as a Case Study- Criminal Law Bulletin, Vol. 55 , No. 2 , (March 2019), p.205.
- Identity Theft and Exposure to Harmful Content—Internet Risks for Teenagers - Cyber, Intelligence, and Security, Volume 2, No. 3, (December 2018), p.3.
- Non-Contact Internet Sex Crimes against Minors: A Review through Comparative Law - Athens Journal of Law, Volume 4, Issue 3, (July 2018), p.229.
- The Tension between Due Process of Law and Counter-Terrorist Measures During the Initial Stages of Criminal Procedure- Bergen Journal of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Volume 2, Issue 2, (2014), pp. 189-214.
- Compensating the Adult Victim of Childhood Incest: From Criminal to Constitutional Compensation- Women's Rights Law Reporter, Vol. 34, Issue 4 (Summer 2013), pp. 303-357.