Internat. criminal law, internat. humanitarian law, human rights law, corporations and human rights, transitional justice, European law, justice mechanisms and dispute resolution
Two decades ago Adv. Yael Gvirsman studied International Human Rights Law and International Criminal Law at Utrecht University with honours.
She has been specializing in International Criminal Law since, both in practice and in academia.
She has experience as a litigator in Prosecution (extradition, mutual assistance in criminal matters and cross-border crime), Defense and the representation of victims of international crime, including international terrorism.
In parallel, Yael heads the International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Clinic she established at the Harry Radzyner Law School, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya.
She teaches ICL, IHL, IHRL, Business and Human Rights and Transitional Justice both in Israel and abroad.
She is a consultant to international organisations in her field of expertize and is a member of the International Law Association (ILA) and sits on the Complementarity Committee as well as the International Bar Association (IBA), member of the War Crimes Committee and the Business and Human Rights Committee.