Maya Roizman-Eldor

Maya  Roizman-Eldor
Office: Ornstein - Chemistry

Supervisor/s

Prof. Issachar Rosen-Zvi

Biography

Maya received her LL.B and LL.M in law (both magna cum laude) from the Tel Aviv University. Currently she is writing her thesis for PhD in law.
Maya's PhD Thesis, titled "The Litigation & the Adjudication Process in the Newly Established Administrative Courts in Israel", combines empirical and theoretical aspects of the changes in litigation and adjudication patterns, caused by the structural reform that created the administrative Courts in Israel. This research is conducted under the supervision of Prof. Issi Rozen-Zvi.

Maya's LL.M thesis (summa cum laude), which was also written under the supervision of Prof. Rozen-Zvi, dealt with the question: "Are there any justifications for leaving the Israeli High Court of Justice as a single jurisdiction in many administrative issues?"

Research Interests

Maya's issues of interest are Administrative Law, Civil and Administrative Procedure, Local Government Law, Planning and Zoning and Tender Law.

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Education

Maya received her LL.B and LL.M in law (both magna cum laude) from the Tel Aviv University.

Currently she is writing her thesis for PhD in law.

Maya's LL.M thesis (summa cum laude), which dealt with the question: "Are there any justifications for leaving the Israeli High Court of Justice as a single jurisdiction in many administrative issues?", also won the prestigious Zilviger prize for excellent research of municipal and administrative law for the year 2013.

 

Academic and Professional Experience

Before joining TAU's PhD studies, and as a part of the academic reserve program, Maya served as the head of infrastructure desk at the International Law Division of the IDF.

Afterwards, Maya served as a litigant and consulting lawyer at Cohen, Wilchek & Co. Law firm, practicing Administrative Law, Local Government Law, Planning and Zoning and Tender Law.

Between 2009-2011, Maya served as a teaching assistant in "The Administrative Law" course, taught by Prof. Rozen-Zvi.

Currently, Maya is writing her thesis for PhD in law, titled "The Litigation & the Adjudication Process in the Newly Established Administrative Courts in Israel". That PhD work combines empirical and theoretical aspects of the changes in litigation and adjudication patterns, caused by the structural reform that created the administrative Courts in Israel. This research is conducted under the supervision of Prof. Issi Rozen-Zvi. 

Publications

Maya Roizman-Eldor, Are there any justifications for leaving the Israeli High Court of Justice as a single jurisdiction in many administrative issues?, (LL.M. Thesis, Tel-Aviv Law Faculty, 2009).

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