Amir Halevy is a Senior Partner at the law firm of GKH – Gross Kleinhendler, Hodak, Halevy, Greenberg & Co. From January 2001 to December 2009, he served as the firm’s Managing Partner.
He has extensive experience in the fields of Technology and Venture Capital, Banking and Capital Markets, and Cross- Border M&A Transactions. Amir counsels family held enterprises on succession and family constitution issues, and advises private clients on estate and trust planning.
Amir is a member of the JDC Executive Committee and the Legal Committee. Amir has served as a Board member of JFN- Jewish Funders Network from 2008 till 2014; He is one of the founders and the Chairman of the Board of “Vehadarta” – Council for Advancing Status of the Elderly and he is a member of IVN – Israel Venture Network.
Amir is a member of Committed to Give – The Initiative for Promoting Philanthropy in Israel and he is a member of Jdocu – Photographers Group which documents Jewish communities around the world, and donates the proceeds from the sale of their publications to social projects within those communities.
Amir is also a Board member of the Atalef Foundation for the Israeli Navy Seals Unit , a member of the Board of Trustees of the Tel-Aviv Yaffo Academic College and the chairman of the College Audit Committee. Amir served on the Board of Directors and headed the Standards and Ethics Committee of IATI- Israel Advanced Technology Industries Association until 2012.
Amir has L.L.B from the Tel-Aviv University, he is a member of the Israeli Bar since 1979,and a STEP qualified Trusts and Estate Practitioner (TEP) since 2006.
Amir is an 11th generation Jerusalemite, and can trace his family roots in the city back to1732. He is married to Sandra and has three children and two grandsons.