Shraga Schreck has practised law for over 22 years in Tel Aviv, focusing on commercial, negotiations and alternative dispute resolution, high-tech security matters, corporations, real estate, construction and estate management.

Mr Schreck’s disputes practice has an emphasis on all forms of alternative dispute resolution (mediation, arbitration, early neutral evaluation, etc.). He acts as a mediator or conflict manager in commercial disputes with special emphasis on disputes between contractors and developers regarding impairments of real estate projects in arbitration and ‘med-arb’ procedures. He is well versed in international dispute resolution, including international arbitration. Mr Schreck is vice chair of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee of the Israel Bar Association, Tel Aviv and Centre District, and a member of the ADR Forum – Arbitration and Mediation Committee of the Israel Bar Association.

Mr Schreck founded Schreck Law Offices in 2009. Previously he was senior partner and co-founder of Abrams & Schreck Law Offices between 1997 and 2009, and an advocate at Shoob Law Offices from 1993 to 1997.

He gained an LLM (2001) from Tel Aviv University in the field of judicature, with a specialisation in alternative dispute resolution. At the same university he studied Jewish philosophy and law, gaining an LLB in 1993, and he gained a BA with honours in general studies in the humanities in 1988. He has completed graduate studies, training courses and workshops at Harvard Law School as part of the Harvard Negotiation Insight Initiative and the Program of Instruction for Lawyers as part of the Harvard Negotiation Project between 1998 and 2005, and again in 2012, with an emphasis on negotiation and conflict-resolution techniques, mediation, consensus-building and conflict management. He has lectured on ADR procedures in professional arbitration courses and co-lectured with Dr Daniella Schoenker-Schreck on negotiation, consensus-building for conflict-resolution and decision-making processes in organisations. In addition, he has lectured in school programmes on dispute resolution and negotiations for children.