Rotem Teperberg

Rotem Teperberg

Advocate and mediator
Adv. Teperberg has earned her LL.M. (cum laude) from Tel Aviv University, completing her thesis under the supervision of Prof. Menachem Mautner. She was a Research Fellow at the Zvi Meitar Center for Advanced Legal Studies, Tel Aviv University, and was awarded a scholarship by the Nadav Foundation of the School of Jewish Studies, Tel Aviv University.

Adv. Teperberg hold an LL.B. and B.A. (Economics) from Tel Aviv University.

She joined the Israeli Bar Association in 2012.

One of the firm´s team of mediators, Adv. Teperberg handles multi-complex conflicts, both as lead mediator and jointly with Adv. Amos Gabrieli, in the fields of commercial law, real estate, corporate law, communications, defamation, intellectual property, class actions, public and administrative law; she also serves as Adv. Gabrieli´s academic research assistant as well as legal assistant in Arbitrations.

In addition to her studies in the LL.M. program, she served as the editor and coordinator of the editorial board of the journal Dine´ Israel, published jointly by Tel Aviv University Press and the Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University; editor and coordinator of the International Law in Domestic Courts (ILDC), published by Oxford University Press; and teaching assistant in various courses at Tel Aviv University´s Faculty of Law.

Adv. Teperberg interned, and later worked as a lawyer, at the Gilat Bareket & Co. law firm, where she represented Israeli clients and international companies and wrote legal opinions on various intellectual property issues, such as patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets.

She served as a parachuting instructor (jump master) in the Israel Defense Forces, both as part of the mandatory service, and as part of her active reserve duty.