Adv. Carmel Ben Zur
Adv. Ben Zur holds an LL.B. (magna cum laude) and an LL.M. (magna cum laude) from Tel Aviv University, specializing in Commercial Law (2012).
After graduating, Adv. Ben Zur clerked for the Honorable Justice Vogelman of the Supreme Court of the State of Israel and later served as the Justice’s senior law clerk (2012-2017).
During the course of her studies, Adv. Ben Zur served as a research and teaching assistant for several leading researches, including, inter alia, Justice Daphne Barak-Erez (Contract Law, Administrative Law); Prof. Nilly Cohen (Contract Law); Prof. Issaschar Rosen-Zvi (Civil Procedure); Dr. Uri Benoliel (Contract Law); and Prof. Eliezer Lederman (Criminal Law).
As a student at Tel Aviv University, Adv. Ben Zur served as a board member of the “Theoretical Inquiries in Law” legal journal and was the student-editor of the volume “Procedures” in the “Law, Society, and Culture” publication series.
Recognized for her academic achievements, Adv. Ben Zur was awarded several merit scholarships for her LL.B. and LL.M. degrees, and was named to the Dean’s List for every year of her studies.
Prior to practicing law, Adv. Ben Zur worked as a journalist and legal correspondent for, among others, Galey Zahal (Army Radio), TheMarker and Forbes Israel.
Adv. Ben Zur specializes in Civil and Commercial Litigation, Administrative Law (including High Court of Justice litigation) and white collar litigation.