Ori Ben-zeev

Areas of Practice: administrative law, arbitration, banking and finance, commercial law, constitutional law, cyber law, human rights, labour law, media law, property law, telecommunications

Year of Admission


Contact Details


Village Chambers, 1st floor.


Academic qualifications:

BA LLB (Wits University)

Principal reported cases:

Trinity Asset Management (Pty) Ltd v Grindstone Investments 132 (Pty) Ltd 2018 (1) SA 94 (CC)
Minister of home Affairs v Public Protector of South Africa 2017 (2) SA 597 (GP)
Absa Ltd v Moore 2016 (3) SA 97 (SCA)
City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality v Link Africa (Pty) Ltd and Others 2015 (6) SA 440 (CC)
Saloojee and another v Khammissa NO and Others 2015 (5) SA 554 (GJ)
Country Cloud v MEC, Department of Infrastructure 2015 (1) SA 1 (CC)

Lectures and presentations:

2017: Seminar to the Law Society of the Northern Provinces: Legislative Drafting
2014: Seminar to the Law Society of the Northern Provinces: Effective Litigation
2011: Presentation at the Public Interest Law Gathering: Sex Work and the Right to Dignity

Brief curriculum vitae:

Ori Ben-zeev holds a BA LLB (qualified with distinction) and was admitted to the Johannesburg Society of Advocates in 2013. Having a practice that has focused on a blend of commercial and public law, his interests lie primarily in constitutional and administrative law, banking law and finance, and cyber law. Prior to joining the bar, Ori was a clerk to Justices Skweyiya and Zondo at the Constitutional Court.