In this framework, Dror provides ongoing comprehensive legal advice in both civil and commercial litigation proceedings, including corporate representation, as well as legal representation to both private and commercial clients in administrative cases, tender procedures, class actions and other practice areas, in accordance with the client’s needs.
Dror holds LL.B from Haifa University (2006). In addition, Dror holds a master’s degree LL.M (Magna Cum Laude) with specialisation in the subject of jurisprudence and criminal procedure from Haifa University (2011).
Dror began his professional career as a graduate of the Academic Reserve Program in the MAG Corps (Military Advocate General) of the IDF, and served as a senior military prosecutor. In this framework, Dror accompanied criminal investigations and handled complex legal cases.
In 2012, Dror was appointed as a legal advisor for the IDF Employment Center, where he provided ongoing legal advice on matters involving administrative and labor law.
In 2014, Dror (with the rank of major) was appointed as the head of the Operational Section at the International Law Department of the MAG, where he provided comprehensive legal advice on matters of international law to top ranking officers.
Dror was granted an award of distinction by the Chief of the Military Advocate General Corps in 2012.
Dror is a qualified mediator, having acquired his training at the ‘Gevim Group’.
Prior to his admittance to the Israeli Bar Association in 2007, Dror interned in the Criminal Prosecution at the MAG
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