Advocate Oron Schwartz heads the Schwartz-Narkis&Co. law firm, located on Tel-Aviv Israel, handling the civil and criminal litigation field. Heading a unique legal team, advocate Oron Schwartz and associate Yogev Narkis serve and handles litigation procedures at diverse instances. Among his clients are international and local corporations, private individuals as well as civil servants and private and civil functionaries. Advocate Schwartz serves as a lawyer since 2001, and worked at the Israeli ministry of justice as an interner between 1999-2001, later worked at the Naor-Epstein legal firm, and finally founded the Schwartz-Narkis legal office in 2005.

Oron Schwartz is legal column writer at the press and new media, serves as a head lecturer at the litigation clinic at the Ono academic college since 2009 and teaches negotiation strategies within the Nest negotiation school studies and serves as a tactical negotiaion expert withing NEST team. Schwartz is the writer and presentor of the Israeli public broadcast organisation - 'KAN' and is the creator of the podcast series  - "Retrial", handling legal Israeli history.
Advocate Schwartz graduated an M.A degree at the Archaeology and ancient near east civilizations school of Tel-Aviv University, and wrote his Thesis about the Iron age finding at Kiriat Yearim arcaheological site. Oron is a general aviation pilot flying light aircrafts.

Advocate Rotem Nir is the Head of the Schwartz-Narkis and co. office in Jerusalem. 
Nir Served a military service in the intelligence corps in training and field intelligence positions. He studied management and communication studies at the Open University and graduated an L.L.B law degree at 2011. served as an interner at the Jerusalem Public defense Office of the ministry o justice and holds an practices law since 2013. Nir Studied theatre studies at Nissan Nativ. Currently studying for a master's degree at Bar-Ilan University and facilitating a social studies and law workshop for 9th grade students at Sligsberg High School in Jerusalem.

Advocate Ofira Sambel is head of the Family law department, with expertise in civil, commercial and real estate law. 
Sambel served at the I.D.F as a first lieutenant intelligence officer at the Army Research Division. Served as an interner at the Gideon-Koren law office in Tel-Aviv. 
She holds a Master's degree of Law at the 
Tel Aviv University, an L.L.B Law Degree in Honors at the UNO Academic College, and an Honorary Degree from the Clinic for Advocacy and Litigation.

Advocate Iman Jamal, Is an advocate since 2007 and practices civil and commercial law, specializing in Corporation law. Jamal serves as a lecturer for Labor and corporate law at the Ono Academic Law school.

Advocate and Notary Daniel ("Dan") Mirkin, is Of Counsel at the Schwartz Narkis & CO. since 2018.
Borne in Paris, France, 1937, Mirkian has a B.A. in Political Sciences and French Civilization at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem;
L.L.B of the Tel Aviv University. M.A, Marine Archaeology at the Haifa University; and a PhD of Marine Archaeology at the Tel Aviv University.
Admitted to the Israeli Bar in 1974, Associate and then Partner at the Yaacov Salomon, LipschÜtz & Co. legal office. Mirkin is a Founder at the D. Mirkin & Co. legal office since 1986, and practiced law until retirement in 2015. Specialized in Intellectual Property, Hotel Business, Administrative law, Shipping and Maritime Law.
Mirkin master the Languages of Hebrew, English, French, Russian. and has part knowledge in Greek and German.

Advocate Yogev Narkis is practicing law since 2003, and is a litigator in various legal fields. after serving as an interner in the Naor-Epstein law firm in Tel-Aviv, then In 2005, together with attorney Oron Schwartz, he established the Schwartz-Narkis law firm.
he focusus on litigation in various content worlds and legal fields. Narkis serves as a litigation lecturer at the ONO Academic College, as well as an attorney in the Tel Aviv District of the Bar Association.
Narkis holds a B.A. in Government Studies and a L.L.B. in Law, and studied for M.A in History at the Tel Aviv University. Previously served as a proffesional football player at Hapoel Herzliya.

Advocate Yoram Elkis
Head of the Department of Banking and Finance Law, with extensive experience in banking and business support. Served as Credit Manager and Bank Manager. Chairman (Joint) Banking and Finance Committee of the Bar Association.
Previously, he served as a member of the Petroleum Council and as a member of the Appeals Committee under the Real Estate Tax Law in the Tel Aviv and Jerusalem District Courts.
Holds a Bachelor of Economics (B.A., Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B.)) and a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A)
Serves as a consultant to companies and businesses and as an expert court in the economic field.
Specializes in the areas of civil law, real estate, planning and construction and personal status. Focuses on the issue of family capital management - FAMILY OFFICE

Adv. Moti Zwilling
Zwiling consult
s the cyber and intelectual property department. Zwilling is an expert in Cyber Security, Privacy Protection and Regulation Law, Internet Technology and E-Commerce, Intellectual Property, Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Analysis. He holds Ph.D. in Computational Biology (Hebrew University), M.B.A, Ph.D. in Business Administration (Bar-Ilan University) and a Postdoctoral Fellow in Information Systems Engineering (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev). LL.B. (Netanya Academic College), MA in Law (Bar-Ilan University), B.Sc., M.Sc. in Computer Science and Biology (Bar-Ilan University). He is a Member of the Cyber and New Media commitee in the Israeli Bar Association. Zwilling is an active basketball referee in the Israeli Basketball Association. 



Photo: Ishi Chazani, Studio mirkam

Advocate Meir Salmanina is a lawyer and a mediator  and Specializes in cooperative societies and represents moshavim and kibbutzim.

Graduated in 2013 with an L.L.B in Law from the UNO Academic College.
Durin 1984-2010, he served as chairman of the Exporters Association of the Plant Council and also ran an agricultural farm for export of agricultural produce. 


Our legal team

Advocate Shani Kamil is a lawyer since 2020, holds an L.L.M degree of the Bar-Ilan University and served as in interner in Schwartz-Narkis&Co. since 2019.


Advocate David Hefetz serves at the Jerusalem Branch of the Office. Hefetz specializes at Writ of execution laws.

Advocate Nava Hans, is Of Counsel at the Schwartz Narkis & CO. since 2022 for tax issues and is a New-York bar member.
Attorney Hans, practice law in Israel since 2000 and a is a member of the New York Bar since 2004.
Hans, holds a bachelor's degree in criminology (BA) from Bar - Ilan University, which she graduated with honors, Holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and a Master of Laws in Commercial Law LLM.
In 1998, Hans served as a pre-intern for the Honorable Justice Moshe Shamai, in the Magistrate's Court in Tel Aviv, and in 1999 she interned in the Tel Aviv Court, with the late Honorable Judge Judith Amsterdam, who handled a variety of white-collar offenses.
In 2000, she began working as a prosecutor and legal advisor at the Tax Authority and served as an Investigations Assessing Officer.
In 2007, she begun serving at  the Tel-Aviv district attorney office for Civil for Civil-Fiscal Taxes department.
In 2010 she was heading the criminal claims department, at Central District of the Tax Authority. The department under her management dealt with tax offenses, as well as conducted hearings, filed indictments, closed cases. She has also served as legal counsel for tax and money laundering investigations. In her role, she accompanied, among other things, a number of joint investigation teams.
She has lectured in supervisors' courses, courses in fiscal enforcement in the police and the State Attorney's Office, and has written exams in civil and criminal taxation.
At the same time, she served as a researcher and prosecutor for the Board of Tax Advisers from 2010-2021.

In 2021 she retired from the public service and opened a boutique office specializing in taxes and money laundering.

photo: Emil Mushailov

Advocate Tal Amar is a lawyer since 2020, and practices the civil and criminal litigation.


Advocate Elias Inbram is a lawyer and a former Israel foriegn ministry civil servant and  a civil activist
Inbram immigrated from Ethiopia in 1983 through the deserts of Sudan, a journey that began when he was 4 years old and in which he was almost forgotten in the desert.  Inbram served in the Israeli military  and after completing his studies at the Kfar Batya youth village, he engaged in redressing social injustices and managing educational projects, when he was finally appointed director of an organization for the advancement of Ethiopians in Israel, in parallel with his academic studies.
Inbram joined the Foreign Ministry, and in his mission abroad he held fascinating diplomatic diplomatic positions. In his efforts to improve the image of the Ethiopian community, Elias previously participated in the reality show "The Ambassador" and continues to be interviewed in the Israeli media. And even presents a current affairs program in new media - on issues of the global agenda. He holds a bachelor's degree in management and law, is a graduate of the Mandel Institute, and holds a master's degree in public and international law from Northwestern University in Chicago and Tel Aviv University, is an attorney by profession and lectures on social issues, racism and human rights.