Hagai Shmueli is a leading partner and one of the executive members at Arnon, Tadmor-Levy.

Specializing in major real estate transactions, Hagai is known for his expertise in overseeing complex commercial and residential real estate projects. He brings extensive experience to the table, particularly in advising prominent construction companies and purchasing groups on project implementation and development. With decades in practice, Hagai is well-versed in representing municipalities in diverse matters, including zoning issues, evictions, and land reclamations.

Beyond his involvement in the corporate realm, Hagai is dedicated to representing voluntary sector clients, encompassing non-profits, academic and educational institutions, volunteer organizations, as well as Christian and other religious establishments operating in Israel.

Hagai also plays a pivotal role in guiding companies through various stages of development, offering comprehensive counsel on employment matters. This includes addressing issues such as employee rights and benefits, management incentive plans, employment aspects of mergers and acquisitions, dissolutions, and the employment of Israelis by international corporations in Israel. Additionally, he has a notable presence in employment law-related litigation, and serves as an arbitrator in civil disputes.

In the 1980s, Hagai served in the United States on behalf of the World Zionist Organization. Notably, he assumed roles such as the Young Judea emissary and the North American representative of the Scouts movement. Hagai is a founding member of the B’Tselem human rights organization and actively participates in the Association for Civil Rights in Israel. Furthermore, he serves as the co-chair of the executive committee in Hand in Hand – the Center for Jewish-Arab Education in Israel, and is the chairman of the Friends of the Khan Theatre Association.

Hagai earned his degree from The Hebrew University in Jerusalem in 1978 and was admitted to the Israel Bar Association in 1980. He joined Arnon, Tadmor-Levy the same year, following the completion of his internship for the honorable Justice Haim Cohn at the Supreme Court. Hagai became a partner of the firm in 1988, marking a continued commitment to legal excellence.

1978 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem | LLB
1980 Israel
Hagai Shmueli

Hagai Shmueli

Partner, Executive Member
31 Hillel Street, Jerusalem
Hagai Shmueli