MILITARY LAW

YOUR LEGAL SPECIAL FORCES

YOUR LEGAL
SPECIAL FORCES

OUR TRACK RECORD

Founding partners Majd, Ella & Inbar spent 15 years commanding key legal positions within every branch of the IDF. MEI Law is the only firm in Israel founded by Hebrew, Arabic, and Russian speaking attorneys. Our multicultural team represents international and domestic clients who interface with the IDF & Ministry of Defense, in personal and international legal matters. We have answers to questions you may not know exist.

YOUR ADVANTAGE

When dealing with the most powerful entities in Israel, you need the best counsel at your side. MEI Law’s clients have a competitive edge when dealing with the IDF and navigating military bureaucracy. We overcome obstacles and break down barriers to create innovative legal solutions for our clients.

SOLDIERS,
WE HAVE YOUR BACK

Whether a young recruit or a veteran officer, MEI Law will stand beside you and your family to resolve any medical, financial, disciplinary, criminal, or personal-status issues. When necessary, we appeal to the Military and Supreme Courts because we know what this means for your future.

  • Personal Status for Immigrants, Israeli Citizens Abroad
  • Adjusting Medical Profile (raising/lowering) for physical or psychological considerations
  • Adjusting “KABA” score (Quality Index)
  • Postponement or Exemption from Service
  • Volunteering to serve despite medical or criminal exemption
  • Placement adjustments due to academic, physical, social or psychological considerations
  • Athlete status in the IDF

  • Disciplinary or Criminal defense in Military Courts
  • Appeal Committee (“ARAR”) & Military Tribunal representation
  • Challenging Dismissal from Position or Course
  • Injury Claims against the Ministry of Defense
  • Early Retirement solutions for career service persons
Soldiers, tap below to see how we can help you:
  • Personal Status for Immigrants, Israeli Citizens Abroad
  • Adjusting Medical Profile (raising/lowering) for physical or psychological considerations
  • Adjusting “KABA” score (Quality Index)
  • Postponement or Exemption from Service
  • Volunteering to serve despite medical or criminal exemption
  • Placement adjustments due to academic, physical, social or psychological considerations
  • Athlete status in the IDF
  • Disciplinary or Criminal defense in Military Courts
  • Appeal Committee (“ARAR”) & Military Tribunal representation
  • Challenging Dismissal from Position or Course
  • Injury Claims against the Ministry of Defense
  • Early Retirement solutions for career service persons