Anna Landau

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+972 3 692 2065
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+972 3 696 6464

Profile

Anna is an Israeli and Australian trained lawyer who has varied experience across international regulatory and litigation issues, in Israeli, Australian and other overseas jurisdictions.

A member of HFN's International Regulatory and Defense and Homeland Security Team since 2015, Anna works with Israeli and multinational clients on a variety of regulatory, security and international law-related issues. Anna advises private clients on various regulatory issues relating to export controls, sanctions and anti-corruption laws, as well as private and government clients on a diverse range of public international law issues. She frequently assists businesses, from smaller start-ups to large multi-national corporations, in preparing company-appropriate anti-corruption, sanctions/AML and trade policies, including relevant risk assessments as necessary. The Team additionally advises and represents private clients in their relations with the Israeli Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Economy and other regulatory bodies.

Prior to joining HFN, Anna worked in the Israeli Ministry of Justice International Law Department and at the Israeli Supreme Court for Justice Hanan Melcer. She also worked at the Israel-Australian Chamber of Commerce with visiting Australian trade delegations interested in Israeli technology and businesses.

Before moving to Israel, Anna worked for a number of years as an insurance litigation lawyer at the international firm, DLA Piper in their Melbourne (Australia) office, where she advised clients on a variety of professional indemnity and product liability issues. She handled cases for a range of individual, commercial and governmental clients, which included representing the company related to Australia's largest Management Investment Scheme collapse in numerous class actions throughout Australia, and appeared before various Australian courts and tribunals, including the Federal Court of Australia.

Her pro-bono work has included provision of advice to Sudanese refugees, prison inmates, and Indigenous Australians regarding their rights under international conventions.

Education

  • Monash University, Australia, LL.B (cum laude), 2009
  • Monash University, Australia, BA, 2009
  • Tel Aviv University, Israel, MA (Diplomacy and Security Studies), 2016
  • Hague Academy of International Law, Diploma in International Law, 2015

Admitted to Practice

Country: 

Australia

Year: 

2011

Country: 

Israel

Year: 

2019