law, strategy, policy
Adv. Zvia Gross served for almost twelve years as legal counsel to the defense establishment.
Her work included specialising in the legal aspects of military-political decision making; legal aspects of the war on terror and protection of human rights and international issues, with an emphasis on Israeli-US relations.
Zvia served as a member of a number of public committees, including the Meridor Security Perception Committee; the Braverman Commission on Reserve Service Reform and Prof. Ben-Basat's Committee on the compulsory service in the IDF and the Jewish Public Service Commission to the National Civil Service (to date).
In recent years, she served as a member of the following public committees: the appointment of the Minister of Defense: Home-Front Defense; the supervision of the efficiency of the defense budget. Today, she is a member of a new public committee of the Prime Minister's Office in the field of cyber protection.