This office specializes in criminal defense and administrative law, and represents a wide range of clients in associated matters, such as extradition, prisoner transfer, disciplinary proceedings, and international investigation.
Advocate Kenneth Mann has over 25 years experience handling cases in Israel's trial courts, appellate courts and the Supreme Court. He was appointed Associate Professor of Law at Tel-Aviv University in 1990 and has since taught criminal law and procedure, and the law of evidence at the law faculty. In 1990 he established the first criminal legal aid program at an Israeli University. In 1995 he drew-up a bill for the establishment of a public defender system in the Ministry of Justice, Israel. In 1996 Mr. Mann was appointed the first chief public defender and served in that position until 2002. Since leaving public service, Mr. Mann has concentrated his professional work on criminal defense and human rights. In 2008 he merged his law office into the office of the former Minister of Justice, Prof. David Libai, and worked as a defense attorney handling primarily white collar crime, until 2018, when the Libai, Mann & Co. partnership was dissolved and the present office established. This office represents clients in a wide variety of criminal investigations and criminal trials. In addition the office specializes in administrative law, in particular the law related to human rights in the West Bank.
Advocate Mor Soker studied at Bar Ilan University. She is highly experienced in criminal defense and administrative law, and appears regularly in the criminal courts and administrative courts throughout Israel.