Amber came to Israel four years ago after she finished her A-Levels in Germany for a voluntary social year with autistic children and adults.
Today Amber finishes her law degree at the Academic Center of Law and Business in Ramat Gan, Israel, being on the Dean’s Top Students List for the last three years.
In the course of her studies Amber worked in the immigration law clinic at her school and assisted asylum seekers in Israel to exercise their right to request asylum.
In addition, she took part in international courses about commercial arbitration at the University of Cologne and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in Paris.
Amber represented Israel at the internationally well know arbitration competition “Willem Vis Moot” in Vienna, Austria.
Currently Amber functions as a student editor at the Law Journal “Law and Ethics of Human Rights” which is ranked on the third place in the world in the subject law journals about human rights.