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.
Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US)
Member of the International Association for Privacy Professionals (IAPP)
Attorney Eliav Boaron advises technology companies in the field of commercial law.
Eliav heads the startups and emerging technologies department at Or-Hof law. His legal services are based on understanding the technology from the beginning of the venture, and include consulting on capital gains and grants, employee stock option plans, intellectual property protection, complex contracts and go to market strategies.
In addition, Eliav advises local and global companies in the fields of privacy and cyber laws and regulations. This includes comprehensive legal guidance on regulatory compliance procedures both in Israel and abroad as well as related contractual negotiations.
Eliav lectures in Israel and overseas on various legal matters, including Intellectual Property, Privacy Protection, Big Data, Blockchain, and Cyber, from legal and business perspectives.
Eliav holds a specific information privacy professional certification (CIPP/US) by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
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.
Eliav 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.