Judge (Ret.) Zamir is an independent mediator and arbitrator. He served as judge and vice president in the Magistrate´s Court in Kiryat Gat, in the Tel Aviv Magistrate´s Court and in the Tel Aviv District Court for 17 years. While on the bench, he engaged with criminal and civil cases, including commercial law, real estate and insolvency. Judge (Ret.) Zamir is a Partner of the law firm A. Gabrieli & Co. (Tel Aviv) since 2015 and has since been involved in civil mediation and arbitration proceedings, including commercial law, real estate, corporate law, communications, intellectual property, public and administrative law.
- International Mediation
- International Arbitration
Avi Zamir served as an arbitrator and as a mediator in hundreds of complex disputes, a few of them at the ICC and was ranked among the Leading mediators in Israel by Dun´s 100 for 2020.
During his time as a Judge in Israel, he engaged with criminal and civil cases, including commercial law, real estate and insolvency. Judge (Ret.) Zamir is a Partner of the law firm A. Gabrieli & Co. (Tel Aviv) since 2015 and has since been involved in civil mediation and arbitration proceedings.
Avi Zamir earned his LL.M (cum laude) from the Tel Aviv University – Northwestern University (Chicago) Joint Public Law Program for Senior Executives. He is also a graduate of a mediation course and diploma studies in the ´Judge as Manager´ Program at the Leon Recanati Graduate School of Business Administration at Tel Aviv University. He joined the Israel Bar Association in 1989.
- Avi Zamir, Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures, Israel Bar Association Journal, Vol. 44, Pg. 36 (2020) [Hebrew]
- “Judicial notice” and public policy in the process of judicial decision-making in Israel, 87 Israeli Judges´ Journal, p. 182 (2018) [Hebrew]
- Avi Zamir, Truth v. Justice: Judicial Stay of Criminal Proceedings Due to Principles of Justice and Fairness – an Israeli Development to a British Rule, 78(6) The Journal of Criminal Law 511 (2014)
- Zeev Segal, Avi Zamir, Judicial Stay of Criminal Proceedings in the Light of the Criminal Procedures Law – New Order of Legal Fairness, in David Weiner Book, p. 231 (2009) [Hebrew]
- Zeev Segal, Avi Zamir, Judicial Stay of Criminal Proceedings – Criminal Law and Public Law, Hapraklit Law Review, vol. 47, p. 42 (2003) [Hebrew]