Faculty Profiles

Kristen Eichensehr

Kristen Eichensehr

Assistant Professor of Law
A.B. Harvard University, 2004
M. Phil. University of Cambridge, 2005
J.D. Yale Law School, 2008

Selected Publications & Works in Progress

Courts, Congress, and the Conduct of Foreign Relations, 85 Univ. of Chicago Law Review (forthcoming 2018).
Data Extraterritoriality, 95 Texas Law Review See Also 145 (2017). Full Text
Public-Private Cybersecurity, 95 Texas Law Review 467 (2017). Full Text
Giving Up on Cybersecurity, 64 UCLA Law Review Discourse 320 (2016). Full Text
Foreign Sovereigns as Friends of the Court, 102 Virginia Law Review 289 (2016). Full Text
The Cyber-Law of Nations, 103 Georgetown Law Journal 317 (2015). Full Text
Cyberwar and International Law Step Zero, 50 Texas International Law Journal 357 (2015). (Invited symposium contribution.) Full Text
Review of The Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare (Michael N. Schmitt ed., 2013), 108 American Journal of International Law 585 (2014).  Full Text | EScholarship
Treaty Termination and the Separation of Powers, 53 Virginia Journal of International Law 247 (2013). Full Text
Treason in the Age of Terrorism: An Explanation and Evaluation of Treason’s Return in Democratic States, 42 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1443 (2009). Full Text
Stopping Wars and Making Peace: Studies in International Law (edited by Kristen Eichensehr and W. Michael Reisman). Brill (2009).
Note, Defending Nationals Abroad: Assessing the Lawfulness of Forcible Hostage Rescues, 48 Virginia Journal of International Law 451 (2008). Full Text
Comment, On Target? The Israeli Supreme Court and the Expansion of Targeted Killings, 116 Yale Law Journal 1873 (2007). Full Text
Treason’s Return, 116 Yale Law Journal Pocket Part 229 (2007). Full Text
Note, Targeting Tehran: Assessing the Lawfulness of Preemptive Strikes Against Nuclear Facilities, 11 UCLA Journal of International Law & Foreign Affairs 59 (2007). Full Text