Areas of studies: Israeli law, administrative law, labor law, bio-ethics and health policy, work and gender.
Holds a BA and MA (magna cum laude), as well as a PhD in Law Studies from Bar Ilan University. Winner of the President’s Scholarship for excellent students. Her doctoral dissertation engaged with the topic of: “Bio-Ethics, Medical Law, and Interpersonal Relationships.” She won the Dafna Izraeli Research Grant by the Dafna Izraeli Women and Gender Studies Institute. As part of her PhD studies, she participated in the ATLAs Workshop organized by Bar Ilan University, held at the London School of Economics. She has experience as a researcher in the field of bio-ethics and law in Sheba Medical Center in Tel HaShomer. She is an editorial board member of the “Refu’a VeMishpat” (Medicine and Law) journal, and a former member of the “Medicine and Law” Committee of the Israel Bar Association. She is an active advocate of organ donations. Her main interest areas: bio-ethics, feminism, medical law, and labor law. She teaches courses about Israeli law, administrative law, labor law, bio-ethics and health policy, work and gender.