Class of 2023

  • Amit Rabin


    Amit Rabin is a third-year Law and Psychology student at Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. In the IDF, Amit served as a welfare officer lieutenant. She was responsible for creating quality conditions for soldiers coming from low socio-economic backgrounds, lone soldiers and other related groups. During her studies at Reichman University, Amit participated in the Youth Representation Legal Clinic where she accompanied and provided legal advice to distressed and at-risk youth. Moreover, Amit managed the Negotiation Club of Reichman University’s Student Union and volunteered as a tutor at the Olim LeMishpatim program. Currently, Amit works as a tutor at EasyLaw.

  • Benjamin Amram


    Benjamin Amram is a second-year Psychology student at the Raphael Recanati International School at Reichman University. Born in Chicago, Benjamin made Aliyah in 2017 to serve in the IDF, Golani division, where he received the Northern Command Award of Excellence for his exemplary performance and personal example to peers. Afterwards, he worked for the US Embassy in Jerusalem as an armed guard and completed the 6-month Google Data Analytics Course. Currently, Benjamin is an intern at Honest Reporting, a media watchdog news agency, and covers a range of topics regarding Israel. In addition, he is a finalist for the 2022 Institute for Liberty and Responsibility’s Thesis Award on political representativeness in the Knesset and government.

  • Dana Finkelstein


    Dana Finkelstein is a third-year Dean’s List student studying Law and Business Administration at Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. Dana also participates in the Law Honors Program. In the IDF, Dana was an officer in the 8200 unit. During her studies at Reichman University, Dana has taken part in the Shira Banki Anti-Hate Clinic and she currently volunteers as a student representative in disciplinary hearings. Dana works as a sales development representative in an innovative fintech company called Spott.

  • Ed Gittelman


    Ed Gittelman is a third-year Business Administration and Entrepreneurship student at the Raphael Recanati International School at Reichman University. Ed was born in Israel and was raised in Panama, where he held multiple leading positions within the country’s Jewish youth movement. At 18, Ed decided that he wanted to take on a more significant challenge and moved alone to Taiwan to learn Chinese. After a year of studying the language, he started a degree in big data at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Ed is currently a data analyst at Konnecto, leading the company’s pre-sales. He is also heading the Product Hub at Reichman University and volunteering as a personal finance mentor in Israeli high schools.

  • Elia Leitner


    Elia Leitner is a third-year student in the joint Law and MBA program at the Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. Elia also participates in the Law Honors Program. After graduating high school, Elia did her national service at the Ministry of Justice, working at the District Attorney’s office in Jerusalem. Moreover, she served an internship at the Israeli Mission to the United Nations in New York. During her studies at Reichman University, Elia took part in the TAMID group and its VC track. In addition, she participated in a practicum at the Herzliya Trial Court. Currently, Elia is a member of the Debate Club, participating in national and international competitions.

  • Maya Yaron


    Maya Yaron is a third-year student in the joint Law and MBA program at Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. In the IDF, Maya served as an unmanned aerial vehicle instructor in RochevShamayim unit and she was also as an operations officer. Maya received a reward of excellence, in the army, for her extraordinary contribution. During her studies at Reichman University, Maya volunteered at the Law for Community program. In addition, Maya participated in the Legal Clinic for Start-Ups, which offers free legal advice, counseling, and drafting documents for start-ups, and she is currently the coordinator of the clinic. Previously, Maya worked in the prime minister’s office and as of today, she works as a marketing coordinator at the Or-Hof Law Firm.

  • Moria Inbar


    Moria Inbar is a third-year Entrepreneurship and Business Administration student at Adelson Entrepreneurship School at Reichman University. In the IDF, Moria served as a welfare noncommissioned officer. During her studies at Reichman University, Moria has participated in the Co-Op Summer Internship program at the Adelson School of Entrepreneurship and has taken part in the Data Analysis club and Bloom Entrepreneurship Program. Currently, Moria volunteers as a business mentor to Unistream’s Entrepreneurial youth. Prior to her studies, Moria spent several years marketing luxury brands in the Caribbean. She also founded and managed a cruise agency in partnership with Flying Carpet, one of Israel’s largest travel agencies. Currently, Moria is the head of the Business Development and Strategic Partnerships department at Diesenhaus Cruise. Moria is also a mother to Omri, a lovely 8-year-old boy.

  • Romi Listenberg


    Romi Listenberg is a third-year student in the joint Law and MBA program at Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. Romi lived in London during high school and moved back to Israel at the age of 17. During her studies at Reichman University, Romi volunteered at a financial education organization, Pa’amonim. In addition, Romi participated in the CO-OP Startup Experience Program and has had the opportunity to work at the Venture Capital BGV. Moreover, Romi participated in the Reichman University Legal Clinic for Start-Ups which offers free legal advice for early stage startups and interned at the international diplomacy AEI, Asia Policy Program.

  • Shahar Lerer


    Shahar Lerer is a third-year Law and Government student at Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. In the IDF, Shahar was a personal trainer in a classified unit in the Air Force. During her studies at Reichman University, Shahar has participated in the Legal Clinic for people with intellectual development disabilities in collaboration with the organization Akim. Currently, Shahar is a triathlete and is part of the running team at Reichman University. Shahar is working as a pre-intern in the legal department at HaShkal, a company that manufactures electrical, command and control systems.

  • Shira Shturman


    Shira Shturman is a third-year student in the joint Law and M.A. Program in Law, Technology and Business Innovation at Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. In the IDF, Shira was a captain in the Israeli Air Force, also serving as an advisor to the head of the Innovation Division. Throughout her service, she co-founded Cycle, a non-profit dedicated to teaching youth the skills
    for innovation and entrepreneurship. During her studies at Reichman University, Shira participated in the Legal Clinic for Start-Ups, which offers free legal services for early-stage start-ups. Moreover, one of Shira‘s greatest accomplishments is that she is the first Israeli accepted into the Oxford University IP Moot. Shira currently works as a legal intern and legal tech project leader at the FinTech Company, Credito.

  • Tomer Bar-Tal


    Tomer Bar-Tal is a second-year student in the joint Law and M.A. Program in Law, Technology and Business Innovation at Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. In the IDF, Tomer was a commander in the Volunteer Department, where he interviewed and recruited volunteers with special needs who were not required to be drafted. Tomer received a certificate of excellence for his dedication and after he completed his military duty, he became a Jewish Agency delegate in Seattle. As part of his studies at Reichman University, in the upcoming year Tomer is going to participate in the Shira Banki Anti-Hate Clinic which provides free legal help services to individuals whose lives have been negatively affected by hatred, incitement, and racism by the community and the media. Currently, Tomer is a LesMills fitness group instructor, where he teaches body attack pump and combat classes.

  • Uri Klempner


    Uri Klempner is a third-year Government student at the Raphael Recanati International School at Reichman University, specializing in CounterTerrorism & Homeland Security. During his studies at Reichman University, Uri participated in RRIS Debate, China Student Club, and Israel Young Pugwash. Uri is a peace advocate and is involved in initiatives such as Jerusalem Peacebuilders and Givat Haviva International School. In the past year, Uri has been working as a Data Labeler in the Research team at Gong. Additionally, he is a multidisciplinary artist who has had exhibitions in Germany and in Israel. Uri interned at the European Forum Alpbach and was invited to the summer forum as a scholar.

  • Yarden Fingerhout


    Yarden Fingerhout is a third-year Dean’s List student in the joint Law and M.A. program in Law, Technology, and Business Innovation at Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. In the IDF, Yarden served as an officer in the Israeli Air Force. During his studies at Reichman University, Yarden participated in the Legal Clinic for StartUps, which offers free legal advice for early stage start-ups. Previously, Yarden worked for two years as a Project Manager at the technology company TSG IT Advanced Systems. Currently, Yarden is a Legal Data Specialist at Darrow.ai, a legal tech startup dedicated in bringing justice to light through AI-derived legal cases.

  • Yehuda Leibler


    Yehuda Leibler is second-year student in the joint Law and M.A Program in Law, Technology and Business Innovation at Harry Radzyner Law School at Reichman University. In the IDF, he served as an analyst, team commander and innovation advisor at 8200 Unit and won multiple awards for his initiatives. Previously, Yehuda served as CEO of Cortex Group, a technology consultancy. Additionally, Yehuda has written for major publications such as Entrepreneur.com, Hackernoon and Jpost. In 2018, Yehuda was chosen by Israel’s President as one of the country’s most promising young entrepreneurs. Currently, he serves as Chief Strategy Officer at ARX Advisory and is a partner at Invicta Ventures.

  • Yonatan Laila


    Yonatan Laila is a third-year Business and Entrepreneurship student, specializing in Finance, at the Raphael Recanati International School at Reichman University. Yonatan was born and raised in Panama and came to study at Reichman University at the age of 20. Before his studies, Yonatan and his mom opened a jewelry shop in Panama, Silvertouch925, there Yonatan took the position of CFO. During his studies at Reichman University, Yonatan has been diligently volunteering in the Student Union as class representative and the coordinator of all the Business School’s class representatives in the Raphael Recanati International School. Moreover, Yonatan participated in various clubs including Sales, Emerging Market and Tech Talk clubs, and in the CO-OP program where he interned at Fairfly. Currently, Yonatan is working in Business Operations in Hedgewiz.