Tal Avrhami practices out of the firm's New York office and is BLB&G's current Columbia Law School Fellow. He is seconded for two years to work full-time at ClientEarth, a public interest organization, while continuing to participate in firm events, meetings, and programs. At the conclusion of his secondment, Tal will become an associate at BLB&G.

Tal is a recent graduate of Columbia Law School. During his time there, he was co-president of the Environmental Law Society, communications chair of First Generation Professionals, and a notes editor for the Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems. He externed with Earthjustice and the New Standard Institute, where he worked on New York's proposed Fashion Sustainability and Social Accountability Act after publishing a peer-reviewed paper on the relationship between trade law and the environmental repercussions of fast fashion. During his law school summers, he interned with the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law and Greenpeace International, where he wrote portions of Greenpeace’s brief for the European Court of Human Rights in one of its first climate cases (People v. Arctic Oil). In 2023, he also received an LL.M. in international criminal law from the University of Amsterdam.

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