Tom Gal


Corporate Administrative and Class Action Litigation Department

Adv. Gal specializes in humanitarian law, human rights and international criminal law, and in the application of humanitarian law and human rights in the commercial and private sectors, including the production and marketing of various consumer products. In addition, she advises foreign clients in commercial disputes and class actions.

Adv. Gal possesses significant experience in legal consultancy, legal research and litigation, as well as in representing international organizations, NGOs and other agencies. She is often called upon to provide counsel regarding UN Geneva based agencies and international criminal procedure.

Over the years, Adv. Gal served as the representative of various organizations before the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG) and the United Nations Human Rights Council, including the World Jewish Congress, the International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists and the Public Interest Advocacy Center. She was also a researcher and lecturer at the Geneva Academy for Humanitarian Law and Human Rights and the Geneva Centre for Security Policy.

Adv. Gal represents the firm’s clients before all courts and tribunals.

Adv. Gal is fluent in Hebrew, English and French.


LL.M. (magna cum laude), The Geneva Academy of Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, 2011

LL.B., Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 2009

Currently studying for a PhD at the Law Faculty of the University of Geneva.

Bar Admission

Israel Bar Association, 2010