LL.B. – The College of Management Academic Studies.
B.A. (Economics) – The College of Management Academic Studies.
LL.M. – The Ohio State University – Moritz College of Law.
post LL.M. – University of Oxford – Faculty of Law in collaboration with The Ohio State University – Moritz College of Law.
Eliav advises high-tech and technology companies on a broad range of intellectual property, commercial contracts, and international trade. As such, he deals extensively with privacy and data protection regulations, cyber and Internet law, as well as corporate law.
Eliav studied Law (LL.B.) and Economics (B.A., specialization in Financing) at The College of Management Academic Studies. After winning the prestigious Partner School Scholarship Award, he went on to The Ohio State University – Moritz College of Law where he received his LL.M. (concentration in Corporate Law) with honors. He then continued his studies at the University of Oxford – Faculty of Law in collaboration with The Ohio State University – Moritz College of Law where he focused on European Union Law as well as Comparative Election Law.
As part of his post LL.M. at the University of Oxford, Eliav wrote an article about the aftermath of Brexit which was ultimately published in The Guardian.
Eliav was admitted to the Israel Bar Association in 2015. He joined Or-Hof Technology and IP law firm in 2017. Prior to his postgraduate studies, he worked as a legal counsel at a private company and as a legal Intern at Hamburger Evron & Co. Law Firm.
Or-Hof Technology & IP Law firm provides end-to-end legal advice and guidance to both domestic and international companies of all sizes, including start-ups, technology and financial oriented companies, municipalities, retailers and education networks. We provide our clients with the personal attention they deserve in order to gain deep understanding of their business needs and provide the best quality service in regards to privacy and data protection compliance programs and legal guidance to clients of all sizes and of all sectors.