Rozil Amir is a graduate of the Interdisciplinary Center in Herziliya (“IDC”), with a degree in law and business management. She was admitted to the Israeli Bar Association as of 2012, and has since gained her experience both in leading law-firms and as an internal legal counsel for acquisition groups in large real-estate companies. Rozil has vast experience in real-estate law, with an emphasis on both private and commercial transactions, management of entrepreneurial projects, tama 38 and acquisition groups, companies’ law, probate law, and project financing. As part of her vocational experience Rozil specialized in registration of real-estate rights, dealing with municipal and statutory bodies, reporting to property tax authorities, negotiating with banks and private equity funds for project financing and finding creative solutions for guarantees. In addition, Rozil participated in the Perach Tutorial Project at Bar Ilan University as well as a program to assist students with learning disabilities at the Lea and Naftali Ben-Yehuda Accessibility & Study Skills Center at the IDC.
Education: The Interdisciplinary Center in Herziliya (LLB 2011)
Admissions: Israeli Bar Association
Languages: Hebrew & English