Fields of Interest:
Criminal Procedure; Criminal Law, Evidence Law.
Anat earned her first degree in law (LL.B. summa cum laude) at the Hebrew University Law School, and her second degree in law (LL.M. with Distinction) at the London School of Economics. Anat wrote her doctoral thesis on "Procedural and Evidential Aspects of Sentencing Hearings" at the Hebrew University Law School, and earned her LL.D. in 2004 (magna cum laude).
Anat clerked for former Justice Eliezer Goldberg of the Israel Supreme Court, and the Libai-Sheinman criminal law firm. She is a member of the Israeli Bar Association and during her many years in private practice she specialized in criminal law litigation, focusing in particular on white-collar defense work. Since 2005, Anat is a member of the Advisory Committee to the Minister of Justice on Criminal Procedure, headed by Justice Miriam Naor of the Israel Supreme Court.
Anat is currently the coordinator and chairperson of the Criminal Law Workshop which meets every two weeks throughout the school year in order to discuss current work in the field.