Helen E. Raziel | Partner
Helen Raziel's practice embraces a broad range of fields - corporate and commercial law, hi-tech and bio-tech financing (private financings), intellectual property, public utilities law (water and electricity) and public tenders. Ms. Raziel has considerable experience in handling cross-border insolvency issues, including the provision of advice on the implications of different types of credit and collateral arrangements within that framework. In addition, Ms. Raziel advises on litigation issues for overseas clients in numerous commercial contexts and has been involved in international arbitration work (ICC and other). Ms. Raziel has also been involved in providing advice on the environmental legal framework as well as risk assessment for a variety of projects.
Ms. Raziel has been with the firm since 2000. Prior to that, after arriving in Israel, Ms. Raziel completed her internship and then worked as an attorney with another major commercial law firm in Tel-Aviv, where she handled a broad range of commercial issues.
Before coming to Israel, Ms. Raziel was both a qualified barrister at the Bar of England and Wales and a lecturer in law at the University of Buckingham, England. During her time at the Bar, Ms. Raziel was one of the legal team appointed to assist a major public inquiry in London, England into the failings of the social services in one of the major child abuse cases of the 1980’s. Ms. Raziel is a member of the International Relations Committee of the Israeli Bar Association and also a member of the Israel British Lawyers Association.
LL.B. (Hons), University of East Anglia (1981)
LL.M, London School of Economics and Political Science (1982)
Bar Finals, Inns of Court School of Law (1984)
England and Wales (1984)