Shiri is an associate with the firm’s Competition/Antitrust practice, where she advises local and foreign clients on various aspects of competition law. She also takes part in prominent pro bono matters of the firm.
Earlier in her legal career, Shiri clerked for Hon. Justice Anat Baron of the Supreme Court of Israel. She pre-interned in the Justice Ministry, at the High Court of Justice.
Before starting her legal career, Shiri worked as Chief of Staff to JVP’s (Jerusalem Venture Partners) Founder and Executive Chairman, Erel Margalit. She also worked as a Parliamentary assistant at the Israeli Knesset.
During her legal undergraduate studies at Tel Aviv University, Shiri served as editor of the Tel Aviv University Law Review ("Iyunei Mishpat"), and as a research and teaching assistant to Prof. Menachem Mautner.
Shiri holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology, Anthropology and International Relations, and a master’s degree in Sociology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The subject of her master's thesis was "From a 'Bad Experience' to a 'Constitutive Trauma': The Social History of Rape Testimonies between the 1970s and the 2000s".