Dr. Avraham Weber practises as attorney of the corporate law firm Weber & Co. He studied law, inter alia, at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen, where he subsequently obtained his doctorate in compensation law under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Thilo Marauhn.Since 2008, Dr. Weber is designated as a compensation law representative of the Government of the State of Israel and in this capacity represents Israel’s Ministry of Social Equality towards foreign governments in the legal matters concerning the restitution of Nazi looted property as well as in restitution negotiations concerning seized Jewish property. In addition, Dr. Weber is active in academic teaching as an adjunct professor at Reichman University Law School in Herzliya, Israel, Philipps University in Marburg, Germany, and as a visiting scholar at CUNY Brooklyn College. His committee memberships include seats on the boards of the German-Israeli Chamber of Industry & Commerce (since 2005) and, as its founding member since 2010, the Czech-Israeli Chamber of Commerce. Until 2012, he also chaired the board of today’s Tel Aviv Bar Association (formally: “Czech-Telaviv Bar Association”). Currently, Dr. Weber is also a full member of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation "Remembrance, Responsibility, Future" ("EVZ"). Dr. Avraham Weber has been supporting the Post-Holocaust Remedies Project, which he co-initiated, since its very beginning. As an associated researcher and academic mentor, he is involved in all phases of the project, contributing decisively to the achievement of the project's goals and thus to its success, not least with his expertise and experience.