Roey's practice focuses on civil and commercial litigation, where he represent clients in cases adjudicated in courts, as well as in arbitration and mediation. Roey represents clients in complex matters across various fields, including corporate law and derivative actions, class actions, contracts, real estate, banking and administrative law. In addition to litigation practice, Roey provides ongoing legal advice in a variety of areas.
Prior to joining the firm, Roey clerked for the honorable Justice Asher Grunis, President of the Israeli Supreme Court.
Roey received an LL.B, summa cum laude, from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2012, and an LL.M from NYU School of Law in 2015 (where he studied as a Fulbright scholar). Roey also holds an M.B.A (specialization in finance and banking), summa cum laude, from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Roey was admitted to the Israel Bar in 2013.
Roey is the author of several articles in the areas of civil and public law.