Keren Abelow is a senior associate in the litigation department of E Landau Law Offices and serves as a member of the firm’s cultural assets, art and restitution practice.
Prior to joining the firm as an associate in 2013, Keren worked as an attorney at Frimer Gellman & Co after joining the bar in 2006. After completing her legal studies with honours, she interned for Judge Menachem Hacohen at the Jerusalem Family Court.
Keren’s practice includes representation of the firm’s clients in commercial and civil litigation in all judicial instances as well as in arbitration and mediation proceedings. Keren is experienced in inheritance and probate proceedings and has represented clients in complex international estate administrations. In addition, Keren specialises in tenders, contract litigation, and the restitution of lost and looted art.
Keren has served as a board member of The Art Cube Artists’ Studios, a centre for contemporary culture that offers work environment for visual artists and supports local talents.
During her law and criminology studies at Bar-Ilan University, Keren served as a teaching assistant and was actively involved in a legal clinic providing pro bono legal aid to those in need.