Mye Elnir is an associate in our firm’s Litigation Department where she provides legal consultation, and exercises litigation, in the areas of energy and natural recourses, infrastructure, administrative law, and commercial disputes. Mye’s work includes the legal support of major-scale tender processes.

Languages: EnglishHebrew
Admissions: Israel Bar Association, January 2019
Education: LL.B., Interdisciplinary Center University, Herzliya (2017), Dean's ListB.A. in Psychology, cum laude, Interdisciplinary Center University, Herzliya (2017), Dean's ListLL.M. in International Business and Economic Law, Certification in International Trade, Georgetown University Law School, Washington D.C. (2020), Academic Merit Scholarship.

Other Activities

Prior to joining the firm, Mye exercised commercial law as a litigation and corporate associate in a large Israeli law firm. Mye had interned in the Criminal Division of the Tel-Aviv District Attorney’s Office and pre-interned in a boutique family law firm.

During her LL.M. at Georgetown University Law Center, Mye worked as a law clerk for a Washington D.C. NGO, consulting on constitutional matters. While studying her LL.B. at the Interdisciplinary Center University Herzliya, Mye co-founded the Annual Law and Psychology Conference.

Over the years, Mye had volunteered to provide essential legal services to asylum seekers in Israel.

Nowadays, alongside her legal career in Israel, Mye holds a leadership position in the American Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Section.

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