Miriam Friedmann's practice focuses on matters involving intellectual property, licensing, privacy law, commercial law and corporate law.
Miriam has represented companies in the biotechnology, medical device and pharmaceutical industries. In addition, she represents clients in matters involving the Israeli Innovation Authority (the IIA, formerly known as the OCS).
Miriam received a PhD in history from the Hebrew University in 2006.
Miriam was a member of the Hebrew University Law Review, Mishpatim.
Miriam received an LLB in law (magna cum laude) from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem in 2011 and was admitted to the Israel Bar Association in 2013.
Miriam joined the firm as a lawyer in 2013 and became a partner in 2022.