Kseniya Yurtayeva a visiting scholar at the University of Michigan, with support from the Weiser Diplomacy Center. Her current scientific interests focus on cyberaggression as a method applied in contemporary warfare and on engaging post-truth for impediment administration of international justice. Yurtayeva teaches the course “Theory of Hybrid Conflicts in the Context of Russia-Ukraine War” in CREES . Yurtayeva is an associate professor in the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology at Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs. She holds a PhD degree in criminal law, criminology and criminal-executive law from State Research Institute at the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine and an LLM degree in international and comparative law from Chicago-Kent College of Law. The topic of her PhD thesis is “The Place of Commission of Crimes of International Character.” She also teaches courses in criminal law, criminology and cybercrime prosecution. Professor Yurtayeva is a certified trainer at the National School of Judges of Ukraine and developed a course in cybersecurity and human rights in cyberspace for the judiciary candidates.
- PhD in criminal law, criminology and criminal-executive law, State Research Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine
- LLM in international and comparative law, Chicago-Kent College of Law