Adi joined Tadmor Levy & Co. in 2021 as a lawyer in the Litigation Department.
Adi specializes in Administrative, Constitutional and Civil law, and has conducted complex court cases at all court levels. Adi interned at the High Court of Justice Department in the State Attorney’s Office and afterwards from 2003 to 2011 served as a Senior Deputy to the Solicitor General in the Tel Aviv District Attorney’s Office (Civil). In this position Adi handled administrative petitions, civil lawsuits and class actions, and provided legal consultation to various governmental offices.
In parallel with her work at the Attorney’s Office, Adi served as a teaching assistant for the courses Torts and Administrative Law at the Law Faculty of Tel Aviv University.
Between 2011 to 2019 Adi worked as lawyer in The Clinical Law Program at Tel Aviv University’s Faculty of Law and as an academic lecturer for the course “Human Rights Law” at Tel Aviv University’s Faculty of Law.
Between 2019 and 2021 Adi was a Fellow at the Mandel School for Educational Leadership. In this framework Adi took part in composing the report for the Inter-Ministerial Committee for the Treatment of Encounters of Enforcement and Security Forces with People with Disabilities.
- Adi Nir Binyamini, Tal Ganor, “Under the Radar: Covert Exclusionary Mechanisms in Residential Sorting Procedures in Israel,” Acts of Law 5, p. 143.
- Adi Nir Binyamini, “The Power of the Few – Chronicle of the Struggle of Legal Clinicians at Tel Aviv University,” Law and Society 16 2020, p. 57.
- Adi Nir Binyamini, Gil Gan Mor, “In the Kibbutz, in the Village, Control – Land Allocation Procedures for Kibbutzim and Moshavim – Time for Change,” “The Law” Online: Human Rights, March 2020.