Shlomi Schneider is a member of the firm’s litigation department. He represents both domestic and foreign corporations and individuals in a wide range of commercial and civil disputes, with a special emphasis on complex contractual and proprietary disputes, international and multi-jurisdictional disputes and class actions. Shlomi also represents clients in various legal procedures in the fields of Public and Administrative Law, Private International Law, and in procedures involving Non-Profit Organizations and Hybrid Private-Public Bodies.
Shlomi received his LLB degree in 2006 and his LLM degree in commercial law in 2011, both from Tel-Aviv University. During his days in law school, Shlomi was a member of the editorial board of Theoretical Inquiries in Law, Tel-Aviv University’s faculty of law English law review, and also served as a research assistant to Prof. Asher Maoz.
Shlomi was admitted to the Israel Bar in 2008.