דליה בושינסקי

Dahlia Buskinsky

Advocate

dahlia@holin-hadas.co.il

A lawyer, Sports Consultant to various municipalities in Israel advising on Sports policy, Lecturer, Arbitrator, former National Coach (Women basketball), held two major Sports management positions.

Lawyer, head of Sports Division, Holin-Hadas Law Firm, Israel. The Firm is one of the top Labor Law and Sports and Law firms in the country (2015 – present).
Coach: 20-year career of coaching basketball at all ages: 1st Assistant Coach of Israel’s Women National Team, Head Coach of Israel’s U-20 National Team, Div.1 (top league) Head Coach, high-school and youth teams coach (1990-2012).

Education

  • L.L.B, The College of Management, RIshon Lezion, Israel 1998.
  • Executive Masters in Sports Organizations Management.

Sports Management main experience

  • Manager of the Bney-Herzeliya Basketball Youth Division – one of the countries’ top youth divisions (2004-2010); Under my coaching, team reached the World Youth Championships
  • Head of infrastructure divisions, “Athena” – the Israeli Project to promote Women’s sport (2010-2012).

Teaching / Lecturing

  • Lecturer, Sports Law, Labor Law – Israeli Ministry of sports (2014 – present).
  • Lecturer – Ono College – Sports Law course (due: Nov. 2019)
  • Instructor: the Wingate Institution, taught the Coaches Courses (1990-2012).

Miscellaneous: Volunteer activities and committees memberships

  • Member of the Israeli Sport and Law Committee, the Israeli Bar Association (2014 – present).
  • NOC-IL – Initiating the book of rules of NOC-IL (2018-2019).
  • Arbitrator: The Federation of Non-Olympic Competitive Sports in Israel (2015 – present).
  • Member of the High Committee of Sports Education, at the Israeli Ministry of Sports (2012- present).
  • Member of the Israeli Ministry of Sports “Athlete of the Year” committee (2015/16, 2016/17).
  • Chairman of Artistic Gymnastics Judges Committee at Israel’s Gymnastics Association (2015-2016).
  • Member of the Israeli Ministry of Sports’ Code of Ethics Committee (2011).