Aya Reich-Mina


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"Aya Reich-Mina is ranked as highly recommended"

Ms. Reich-Mina is a partner in the Litigation practice in our firm.

Ms. Reich-Mina represents her clients in complex disputes in a wide variety of commercial and civil litigation proceedings.

Ms. Reich-Mina has unique expertise and in-depth experience in the field of administrative law. Within this framework, she manages and leads a variety of petitions submitted to the High Court in a broad range of areas, as well as administrative petitions in the field of tenders.

Ms. Reich-Mina provides ongoing legal counsel to public bodies that conduct tenders, to tender participants and tender committees.

Ms. Reich-Mina is considered an expert with an illustrious reputation in this field. She regularly lectures on a wide variety of litigation related matters and takes part in drafting various bills relating to tender law.

In recent years, Ms. Reich-Mina has won a number of complex precedent-setting petitions submitted to the High Court, on a variety of issues, including the application of the law on tenders to local corporations, and a petition establishing the illegality of external property tax collection agencies providing collection services for municipal authorities – which was chosen by “TheMarker”, a leading financial website in Israel, as one of the six most important rulings handed down by the High Court in 2018, and was labeled the "activist" among them.

Ms. Reich-Mina is the Legal Adviser of the Israel Export Institute. Within this context, she provides representation to all the Institute's activities, including to its Tenders Committee.

Ms. Reich-Mina served as Deputy Chair of the Bar Association's Courts Forum and was a member of the Bar Association's Litigation Committee, for six years.

Ms. Reich Mina interned with Adv. Hanan Melcer, the retired Vice President of the Supreme Court.

Israel, 2001

LL.B., Tel Aviv University, 2000

LL.M., Tel Aviv University, 2004