David Chriki, from Jerusalem, Israel, is pursuing a JSM (Master of the Science of Law) at Stanford Law School. He earned his LL.B in law and economics and LL.M (magna cum laude) from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. David aspires to promote social and economic development through a career in law. He served as a Senior Law Clerk to Hon. Justice Elron at the Israel Supreme Court and clerked at the Department of International Economic Law in the Office of the Deputy Attorney General of Israel. David published several articles in the field of international investment law. He received a Shabtai Rosenne Scholarship to participate in the Hague Academy of International Law; won the Youth ResearchEdge Competition of the OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum; was awarded a grant from The Nathan and Judith Feinberg Fund for International Law; and his research was highly commended in several essay competitions.