Adv. Shlomit Beck was awarded a degree of “Bachelor of Law” (LL.B.) upon completion of her law studies at Tel Aviv University in 1986, within the framework of the IDF Academic Reserve (course), and became a regular member of the Bar Association of Israel in 1987.
Upon completion of her law studies, advocate Shlomit Beck served, within the framework of her military service, as a lawyer in the legal department of the Soldiers Complaints Commissioner (S.C.C.).
In 1989 Adv. Shlomit Beck established the firm.
During the firm’s activity over the years and in parallel to its ongoing activities, Adv. Shlomit Beck served in different roles, including –
- Legal adviser to the “Amidar” company, a duty that includes legal consultation and filing claims of eviction against tenants of public housing apartments.
- Legal adviser acting on behalf of the Attorney General to the “Lodim” local committee for planning and construction, within the framework of which Adv. Shlomit Beck handled the filing of statements of claim due to building without a permit and nonconforming use in the settlements within the jurisdiction of the committee, along with ongoing consultation to the committee.
- Legal adviser to the non-profit organization “Association of Land Lords”, an organization that unifies owners of properties that are assets rented under protected and free tenancy, an organization that was headed until May 2004 by the Chairman, the late Avi Rozen, who passed away in the wake of a serious illness, and who acted widely for the promotion of the interests of land lords in the country.