Tamar’s legal focus is the field of health, including the State Health Insurance Law, Patient Rights Law, People's Health Ordinance, Medical Equipment Law and Pharmacists Ordinance. She also deals with medical research and the protection of medical data privacy.
Tamar specializes in digital health, with an emphasis on legal and ethical aspects of big data, artificial intelligence, tele-medicine and innovative medical technology.
During her military service as a career officer in the IDF, Tamar served as deputy head of the legal counsel and legislative affairs department in the Military Advocate General’s Corps. She was responsible for legal counseling to the C4I and Cyber Defense Directorate, to the Intelligence Directorate and to the Financial Adviser to the Chief of Staff. She also served as Head Legal Advisor to the Medical Corps and to the Medical Corps’ Helsinki committee (IRB). Her rank is Lieutenant Colonel (ret.).
Tamar teaches an M.A. course in “Health Law” in a graduate degree program at the Faculty of Management at Tel Aviv University (as part of the INBAR Healthcare Management Program, a joint venture of Maoz and the Israel Ministry of Health).
She also lectures regularly in these fields and has published several articles.
Tamar received her LLB (cum laude) from Tel Aviv University in 1999, LLM (cum laude) from The Judge Advocate General's School, United States Army, Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2005 and her M.A. in Literature (cum laude) from Tel Aviv University in 2006.
Tamar is a member of the Israel Bar since 2000.
Tamar is fluent in Hebrew and English.