Class of 2019

 

​Amit Lieblein
Amit Lieblein is a graduate of the joint program for Law and Government at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Amit served as a combat officer in the “Moran Unit”. During the second year of his studies, Amit was on the Dean’s List for Academic Excellence.
Amit volunteered in the Student Union as the vice chairman of the Reserve Comittee, and as a head of the delegation to Poland. Furthermore, Amit volunteered as a legal analyst for MK Aliza Lavie.He also participated in extra-curricular programs including the “freedom of information” practicum,the “Akim” legal clinic for assisting disabled people, and the CO-OP startup program carried by the APM Law Firm with IDC. Currently, Amit works at a law firm as a legal assistant.
Arthur Shayvel
Arthur Shayvel is a graduate of the joint program for Law and Government at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Arthur served as a combat solider and hand-tohand combat instructor in the Combat Engineering Corps. During his studies, Arthur participated in the European Studies program which focuses on decision-making process, politics, economics and law of the European Union. Arthur completed a legal internship at PwC in Berlin. Arthur is currently working at Gottlieb, Gera, Engel & Co. Law Firm that specializes in international and cross-border transactions. In the upcoming academic year, Arthur will take part in the Capital Market Legal Clinic.
Ayalah Teitelbaum
Ayalah Teitelbaum is a graduate of the joint program for Law and Government at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. Ayalah also participates in the Honors Law Program. In the IDF, Ayalah served as a visual intelligence analyst for the Air Force and was a commander at the Intelligence Training School. In the upcoming academic year, Ayalah will participate in IDC’s Whistleblowers Defense Clinic. She is currently working as a legal assistant in a law firm that specializes in intellectual property.
Chen Gilboa
Chen Gilboa is a graduate of the joint program of Law and Psychology at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. She is a Heseg Foundation scholar. In the IDF, she served as a “Search and Rescue” instruction officer in the Home Front Command Unit. During her first two years of studies, Chen volunteered in the District Court of Tel Aviv and took part in the Criminal and Litigation Practicum. In the upcoming academic year, Chen will participate in the Public Defence Clinic. Currently, she is volunteering in “Zchar Mitzva”, a pro-bono program of the Israeli Association Bar which provides legal aid to the economically disadvantaged.
Danielle Gabrieli
Danielle Gabrieli is a graduate of the joint program for Law and Government at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Danielle served as a sargent in the operations division of the Southern Command and was recognized as an outstanding soldier. During her studies, Danielle has taken part in various programs including “Law Students in Service to the Community”, providing legal assistance in family Court, “Shadow Government”, IDC Legal Clinic for Start-Ups, a clinic that offers free legal counseling for early stage Start-Ups, and the European Studies Program.
Debbie Chetrit
Debbie Chetrit is a Dean’s List graduate of the “Brain & Mind” program at Baruch Ivcher School of Psychology at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Debbie served as a welfare officer in the coordination of government activities in the territories unit, located in the West Bank and Gaza strip. In addition, Debbie was a women’s affairs adviser to the chief of staff, raising awareness related to nondiscrimination and sexual harassment policies. Currently, Debbie is a research assistant in the virtual reality lab, conducting an experiment on phobias. She also volunteers at “Dor” High-School working with learning-disabled students.
Feigue Bembaron
Feigue Bembaron is a Dean’s List graduate of the joint program for Law and Business Administration at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya, majoring in Finance. Feigue was born in France and served two years in national service. During her first three years of studies, she participated in the IDC European Studies program and took part in the International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Clinic. She also tutored in the “Olim L’emishpatim” Program for new immigrants studying law. She currently works as a legal assistant at a law firm specializing in tort and family law.
Gal Zarchi
Gal Zarchi is a graduate of the joint LL.B. and M.A. Financial Economics Program at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. During the first year of his studies, Gal was on the Dean’s List for Academic Excellence. In the IDF, Gal served in the Special Forces as a team leader, research and development officer and strategic planning officer. Gal is now a combat commander in reserves, attaining the rank of a Major. During his studies, Gal participated in the debate club and strategic consulting club. Gal is currently the head of research and analysis of several venture capital funds in FLOW group.
Lee Ramati
Lee Ramati is a graduate of the joint program for Law and Government at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya, majoring in European Studies. In the IDF, Lee served for six years as a human resources officer in the Armored Corps, attaining the rank of a captain. During her studies, she participated in the Practicum for Criminal Law and Litigation, as a legal assistant to a senior attorney and took part in the Legal Clinic for Start-Ups, providing legal counseling and drafting contracts for start-ups. In the upcoming academic year, Lee will continue to participate as a coordinator of the Legal Clinic. 
Leenore Briscoe
Leenore Briscoe is a graduate of the joint program for Law and Government at HarryRadzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF,Leenore served as an education officer in the “Kfir” brigade and as a training officer in the education corps. Leenore volunteered in the IDC Student Union as a manager of the “Melamed Project” and as a tutor in IDC’s Center for Accessibility. She also participated in extra-curricular programs including Shadow Government, and the Tel-Aviv District Attorney’s office for Taxation and Financial Crime practicum. In the upcoming academic year, Leenore will take part in the Capital Market Legal Clinic and will participate in the “Bicoray Mishpat”Law Review.
Maya Sherman
Maya Sherman is a graduate of the Mentors Project at Lauder School of Government at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Maya served as a cyber researcher in the Intelligence Corps and received an award of excellence for her service. After completing her army service, Maya worked as a cyber intelligence analyst of the financial sector in Latin America. During her studies, Maya served as the Head of Finance of the IDC Model UN Society and has been involved in various roles in the Israeli Model UN Association. Moreover, Maya has participated in the IDC Consulting Club, Shagi, and the Ambassador’s Club. She is currently working as a cyber security lecturer in special programs for primary and High-Schools students. 
​Meitar Bilu
Meitar Bilu is a graduate of the joint program for Law and Business Administration at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya, majoring in Finance. In the IDF, Meitar served as a heavy machine gun instructor in the Infantry unit and she was also a training commander. Meitar still serves in reserve duty. During her third year of studies, Meitar took part in the White- Collar practicum of the Economic Department in Tel Aviv District. Meitar volunteered in the Jewish Agency as a camp counselor and for the past three years has continued volunteering at “Yedidim” with youth at risk.
Omer Gady
Omer Gady is a graduate of the joint program for Law and MBA degree at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Omer severed as a combat soldier in an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle unit. Omer is currently a counselor coordinator at the Raphael Recanati International school at IDC. Previously, Omer worked as a representative at the Jewish agency in Miami Beach, Florida. Currently, Omer works as a Compliance Coordinator at 888 Holdings in the legal department. In the upcoming academic year, Omer will take part in the IDC Legal Clinic for Start-Ups.
​Or Bakai
Or Bakai is a Dean’s List graduate of the joint program for Law and Business Administration at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya majoring in International Business Law. In the IDF, Or served as a combat fighter and a platoon-medic in the paratroopers brigade, and performed lifesaving procedures on injured Syrian refugees. During the third year of his studies, Or participated in the Legal Clinic for Start-Ups where he provided legal counselling and drafting for pre-seed stage ventures. Previously, he volunteered in the “Nachson” governmental program, giving English lessons to children from disenfranchised communities. Or speaks six languages, including Hebrew, English, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and Mandarin. He currently works as the head of legal-tech department at Robus Legal Marketing.
Raphael Schachat
Raphael Schachat is a graduate of the joint program for Law and Business Administration at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya, majoring in Finance. In the IDF, Raphael served as a sergeant major in the Givati brigade and received four certificates of excellence. During his studies, Raphael participated in the IDC Model United Nations and received the Presidential Scholarship for his accomplishments. In the upcoming year, Raphael will participate in the International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Clinic. Raphael currently volunteers at the “Uf Kadima” organization that assist needy families of combat soldiers.

Suzanna Flaster
Suzanna Flaster is a graduate of the joint program for Law and Government at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. Suzanna grew up in Phoenix, Arizona, and made Aliyah after graduating high school to serve in the IDF as a lone soldier. In the IDF, she served as an intelligence analyst for a Special Forces Combat unit and was awarded the President’s Award for Excellence at the end of her service. Suzanna is a Heseg Foundation scholar and currently volunteers at the Lone Soldier Center in memory of Michael Levin. She previously interned for Shurat Hadin law center and currently works for the Ministry of Justice. In the upcoming year, Suzanna will participate in IDC’s International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Clinic.

​Tal Dadia
Tal Dadia is a graduate of the joint program for Law and M.A. in Financial Economics at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya and he also participates in the Honors Law Program. Tal served five years as intelligence officer in the elite 8200 unit, following two more years as head of a techno-intelligence unit, within a Special Operations unit, and received the rank of captain. During his studies, Tal was a research assistant of Prof. Liav Orgad, and as a visiting researcher at the WZB Berlin. Tal holds technological experience from several Start-Ups, currently as a research engineer in the blockchain industry. He won his first award in innovation in law and technology at a competition held by APM & Co.

​Tal Shachar
Tal Shachar is a graduate of Law and Government at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. Tal served in the IDF as a central command war room spokesperson and a training commander in the IDF Spokesperson Unit. During his studies, Tal participated in the International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Clinic and at the Public Diplomacy Program. Moreover, Tal was an intern in the Act.IL initiative, in which he managed the initiative’s digital assets. Previously, Tal worked as a chief security officer at the Ashdod Port Company and he currently works as an assistant in the IDC Spokesperson Unit.

​Tomer Herzig
Tomer Herzig is a graduate of the joint program for Law and Government at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. Tomer is studying through the academic reserve program of the IDF, and after he completes his studies he will return to the army to serve as a lawyer and an officer in the Military Advocate General. Before his studies, Tomer did a Shnat-Sherut in the “Bnei- Ha’moshavim” youth movement. During his second and third year of studies, Tomer participated in the International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Clinic as well as the Public Diplomacy honors program. He also volunteered at the IDC Student Union. As a hobby, Tomer participates in the broadcast radio at the IDC radio station.

​Yael Argaman
Yael Argaman is a graduate of the joint program for Law and MBA at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya and is also a participant in the Honors Law Program. During the first two years of her studies, Yael volunteered in the Department of Law Enforcement and Collection System Authority in Kfar Saba and she also participated in IDC’s Shadow Government program. In the upcoming academic year, Yael will take part in the IDC Law Review.

Ziv Idan
Ziv Idan is a graduate of the joint program for Law and Government at Harry Radzyner Law School at IDC Herzliya. In the IDF, Ziv served a welfare officer in the Paratroopers brigade. During her studies, Ziv participated in the Legal Clinic for Start-Ups where she provided legal counselling and documentation for early stage ventures, and she also participated in the Public Diplomacy honors program. Last year, Ziv and her team won second place in the Red Cross International Humanitarian Law competition. Throughout the past two years, Ziv has been the legal assistant of Meir Shamgar, president of the Israeli Supreme Court (ret.).