Nitzan represents clients in Israeli courts (i.e., family court, district court, rabbinic court and the Supreme Court) on matters of family law. Her expertise in the area of civil, religious and constitutional family law enables her to capably manage all aspects of any given case. Nitzan’s prior experience as a legal assistant to two prominent family court justices, Judge Philip Marcus (ret.) and Judge Daniel Tepperberg, provided her with a deep practical understanding of the Israeli family court system. Her experience was further enriched by her year-long internship in the Office of the State Attorney, Division of Civil Affairs. During her service in the Israel Defense Forces, Nitzan gained familiarity with the conversion process, as an officer in charge of education for the Nativ course for soldiers converting to Judaism. Nitzan holds a law degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a Master of Laws, cum laude, from Bar- Ilan University.