Amir Levitski is a partner in the firm’s civil and commercial litigation department.
Amir graduated cum laude from the Hebrew University Law Faculty in 1985, after serving, among others, as the editor of the law journal “MISHPATIM” of the Hebrew University Law Faculty and as a research assistant of Prof. S.Z. Feller. Following graduation, he served as a law clerk of the late honorable Vice Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Miriam Ben-Porat, and as a personal Intern to the late Dr. Amnon Goldenberg.
Amir worked as a lawyer in the law offices of S. Horowitz & Co. and Yuval Levy & Co., after which he joined Arie Neiger and founded Neiger-Levitski & Co. Law Offices where he was partner for 16 years. In 2008 he merged his practice with the firm to form Tulchinsky Stern Marciano Cohen Levitski & Co.
Adv. Amir Levitski specializes, among others, in complex commercial litigation, tender laws, information system and computerization (IT), and technology and telecommunication Research and Development where he accompanies some of the largest Computerization and Telecommunication Companies in Israel over 50 consortia whose members are academic research bodies and the leading research and development Industrial Companies carrying out generic research and technology with the state’s assistance.
Education: Hebrew University, Jerusalem, LLB (cum laude) 1985
Admitted to Practice: Israel (1986)
Languages: Hebrew, English