In the 1950s, Moshe Ben-Ze'ev worked as a judge in the Haifa District court and had close ties with Mapai, then the ruling party. In early 1963, he replaced Gideon Hausner as Attorney General, after Hausner resigned to enter politics.
After concluding his term as Attorney General, Ben-Ze'ev opened a private practice with Aryeh Kamar.
In 1980, he headed a commission to investigate abuse of civil servants who had exposed corruption.
- Lahav, P (1997) Judgment in Jerusalem: Chief Justice Simon Agranat and the Zionist Century p.171
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