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Calev M. Myers | partner
As Founding Partner of the City Center Branch of Yehuda Raveh & Co., Calev's practice focuses on corporate and intellectual property law, as well as non-profit law, immigration law and civil rights.

Calev serves as general counsel to over 100 non-profit organizations in Israel, focusing on education, humanitarian needs, social justice and civil rights, and provides ongoing representation to significant high-tech, telecommunications and media companies. He has been published in the International Financial Law Review and he currently represents many foreign clients and international entities which invest in various ventures in Israel. 

Calev joined the firm as an intern in the Corporate and Intellectual Property Department in 2001. In 2004, he became a partner and in 2009 Calev established and opened the City Center Branch of Yehuda Raveh & Co. Law Offices, where he manages a staff of over 20 lawyers, interns and paralegals. 

Calev is the Founder of the Jerusalem Institute of Justice, a leading civil rights organization in Israel and has presented policy papers of the Institute before the European Parliament, the Human Rights Council of the United Nations, the French, Swiss, Swedish and Finish Parliaments as well as many academic institutions worldwide including Oxford, Berkeley and SciencePO.

Calev serves a member of the Board of Governors of the International Association for Jewish Lawyers and Jurists, a UN-recognized NGO devoted to advancing human rights everywhere, including the prevention of war crimes, the punishment of war criminals, the prohibition of weapons of mass destruction, and international co-operation based on the rule of law and the fair implementation of international covenants and conventions. The Association is especially committed to combatting racism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism, Holocaust denial and negation of the State of Israel.

Education 
LLB - Hebrew University of Jerusalem - 2002 

Bar Admission 
Israel 2003 

Languages 
Hebrew and English