Lachman-Messer is the research advisor of Fellow Shiran Vaknin, and in the past also to Fellow Reut Marciano and Fellow Anat Arbel.
Lachman-Messer is the former deputy attorney general for economic and fiscal laws. During her 12 years tenure at the Ministry of Justice, Lachman-Messer led the effort to advance key regulations, legislation and reforms in corporation law, bankruptcy and insolvency laws, telecommunication and broadcasting regulation, privatization, energy and transportation regulation, securities laws, and structural economic reforms.
She played a key role in modernizing and improving Israel’s new company law and in enacting a special chapter for nonprofit corporations as social benefit corporations, among many other accomplishments.
Lachman-Messer is active in creating legal infrastructure and developing thought leadership in social finance and impact investing and their application to Israel.