Assel Aljaied is a Saudi Arabian lecturer and trainer working for the Institute of Public Administration (IPA). He is a criminal law lecturer and cybercrime expert, who trains government employees in various aspects of criminal law. As a legal correspondent, he has published over twenty articles in leading Saudi Arabian newspapers. Mr. Aljaied has a Bachelor's in Law from King Abdulaziz University, a Master's in Law from Wake Forest University School of Law, and is currently obtaining a Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD). While at Wake Forest, he has worked in Nicaragua as a student clinician providing counsel for U.S. federal food safety and import regulations, and drafting legal memoranda to address various legal needs. In 2016, he was awarded an entrepreneurial fellowship from Wake Forest University’s Center for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship. Upon completion of his S.J.D., Mr. Aljaied will hold the position of Assistant Professor at IPA.