Mika Levy

Mika Levy received a Law and International Relations degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2004. During the last year of her studies, she worked in the Movement for Quality Government in Israel. After graduating, she completed a year’s apprenticeship in the Tel Aviv District court with Judge Uzi Fogelman.

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