Aluma Zernik

Aluma Zernik


Adv. Aluma Zernik Joined our firm in 2014 after clerking for the Honorable Justice Asher Grunis, President of the Supreme Court. She returned to the firm in 2018, after completing her LL.M (Master of Laws) and in the midst of completing her SJD (Doctor of Juridical Science) at Harvard Law School.
Aluma's main fields of practice include civil litigation and regulation, with a focus on class actions and derivative suits, capital markets, financial-tech, banking and antitrust. Aluma represents some of the leading corporations in Israel, including major companies for the energy, banking and insurance sectors.
During her studies in Harvard Law School, Aluma served as an editor for the Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, and as the coordinator of the Harvard Empirical Legal Studies program.  Additionally, she received the Fulbright fellowship, a fellowship for the Harvard Law School Program on Negotiation and was a Terence M. Considine Fellow in Law and Economics.
During her academic studies in the Hebrew University, Aluma served as an editorial board member of “Mishpatim” – the Hebrew University Law Review, as a research and teaching assistance for Professor Assaf Hamdani (Corporate Law), Dr. Hadas Aharoni (Corporate law), Dr. Yuval Roitman (Administrative law), and Dr. Yithak Kugler (Criminal Law).

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Phone: 972-2-5607607
Bar Admission: 2014
Education: LL.B in Law and Cognitive Sciences, Magna Cum Laude, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2013)

LL.M., Harvard Law School 2016

SJD candidate, Harvard Law School