Naama has been working in the Israeli public sector since 2010, specializing in intellectual property law (IP), technology, and the intersection between IP and private international law (PIL). She worked as a legal advisor in the IP law department, legislation and legal counsel in the Israeli Ministry of Justice (2010-2017), and as a legal advisor to the Economy Committee in the Israeli Parliament (since 2017; currently on leave for relocation).
She managed policy and legislation projects on IP and technology-related subjects, such as the enactment of the new Israeli Designs Act, which replaced an ordinance from 1924 and brought the legislation up to speed with technological developments. She advised government offices and agencies on IP and technology and drafted numerous policy and guidance documents on these subjects. She is a guest lecturer at academic courses and an invited speaker at conferences on IP and cyber.
Naama represented Israel in various international forums discussing IP, emerging technologies, and PIL, including the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the World Trade Organization (WTO), and the Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH).
She holds an LL.B (magna cum laude) and an LL.M (summa cum laude) from Tel Aviv University.
Read an interview with Naama, here.