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    Israel Law Review

    Israel Law Review

    2000, Vol.34               

    2001, Vol.35               

    2002, Vol.36               

    2003-2004, Vol.37 

    2005, Vol.38

    2006, Vol.39

    2007, Vol.40

    2008, Vol.41

    2009, Vol.42

    2010, Vol.43

    2011, Vol.44

    2012, Vol.45

    2013, Vol.46

    2014, Vol.47

    2015, Vol.48

    2016, Vol.49

    2017, Vol.50


    Israel Law Review, 2000, Vol.34

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Haim H. Cohn

    The Law of Religious Dissidents: A Comparative Historical Survey

     No.1, Winter

     pp. 39-100

    Marc Galanter, Jayanth Krishnan

    Personal Law and Human Rights in India and Israel

     No.1, Winter

     pp. 101-133

    Peter Birks

    The Content of Fiduciary Obligation

     No.1, Winter

     pp. 3-38

    Gary Jeffrey Jacobsohn

    After the Revolution

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 139-169

    Suzanne Last Stone

    The Intervention of American Law in Jewish Divorce: A Pluralist Analysis

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 170-210

    Thomas Giegerich

    Freedom of Religion as a Source Of Claims to Equality and Problems for Equality

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 211-259

    Anat Scolnicov

    On the Relevance of Relevance to the Theory of Legal Factfinding

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 260-301

    Daniel Ohana

    The Natural and Probable Consequence Rule in Complicity: Section 34A of the Israeli Penal Law - Part I

     No.3, Summer

     pp. 321-351

    Walter Ott

    Did East German Border Guards Along the Berlin Wall Act Illegally - Comments on the Decision of the German Federal Constitutional Court of 24 October 1996

     No.3, Summer

     pp. 352-372

    Orit Marom-Albeck, Alon Tal

    Upgrading Citizen Suits as a Tool for Environmental Enforcement in Israel: A Comparative Evaluation

     No.3, Summer

     pp. 373-424

    Gad Barzilai

    Fantasies of Liberalilsm and Liberal Jurisprudence: State Law, Politics, and the Israeli Arab-Palestinian Community

     No.3, Summer

     pp. 425-452

    Daniel Ohana

    The Natural and Probable Consequence Rule in Complicity: Section 34A of the Israeli Penal Law - Part II

     No.4, Fall

     pp. 453-508

    Mordechai Kremnitzer, Re em Segev

    The Legality of Interrogational Torture: A Question of Proper Authorization or a Substantive Moral Issue

     No.4, Fall

     pp. 509-559

    Omi Morgenstern Leissner

    Jewish Women's Family Names: A Feminist Legal Analysis

     No.4, Fall

     pp. 560-599

    Thilo Marauhn

    Status, Rights and Obligations of Religious Communities in a Human Rights Context: A European Perspective

     No.4, Fall

     pp. 600-644

    Israel Law Review, 2001, Vol.35

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    <Lord Hope of Craighead>

    The Place of a Mixed System in the Common Law World

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 1-23

    Nino Cordisco

    The University of Siena and the Racial Laws: The Expulsion of Professor Guido Tedeschi

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 24-45

    Zvi Henri Szubin, Bezalel Porten

    The Status of a Repudiated Spouse: A New Interpretation of Kraeling 7(TAD B3.8)

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 46-78

    Susan Maidment Kershner

    Children v. Parents: A New Tort Duty-Situation for Psychiatric Injury

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 79-117

    Adi Parush

    The Courtroom as Theater and the Theater as Courtroom in Ancient Athens

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 118-137

    Elad Peled

    The Aharonov Ruling

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 138-145

    Chana Leib

    The Case of AES System and Covenants Not to Compete

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 146-152

    Adam Shinar

    Reflections on the Judgments regarding Jabarin and Kahana - Conflict between Freedom of Speech and Incitement and Encouragement of Violent Acts

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 153-170

    Malcolm M. Feeley

    Three Voices of Socio-Legal Studies

     No.2, Summer-Autumn

     pp. 175-204

    David Nelken

    Can Law Learn from Social Science

     No.2, Summer-Autumn

     pp. 205-224

    David Weisburd

    Magic and Science in Multivariate Sentencing Models: Reflections on the Limits of Statistical Methods

     No.2, Summer-Autumn

     pp. 225-248

    Michael Beenstock

    The Productivity of Judges in the Courts of Israel

     No.2, Summer-Autumn

     pp. 249-265

    Hagit Lernau

    A Research Evaluation of the Israeli New Pretrial Detention Act

     No.2, Summer-Autumn

     pp. 266-284

    Dorothy E. Chunn

    Regulating (Hetero)Sexual Offences in British Columbia, 1885-1940

     No.2, Summer-Autumn

     pp. 285-319

    Chanan Goldschmidt

    Further Hearing - Theoretical and Empirical Aspects

     No.2, Summer-Autumn

     pp. 320-353

    Simha F. Landau, Leslie Sebba, David L. Weisburd

    Senior Public Figure Offenders and the Criminal Justice System: The Public's Perception

     No.2, Summer-Autumn

     pp. 354-379

    Frances Raday

    On Equality - Judicial Profiles

     No.2, Summer-Autumn

     pp. 380-452

    Yoav Dotan

    Government Lawyers as Adjudicators: Pre-Petitions in the High Court of Justice Department 1990-1997

     No.2, Summer-Autumn

     pp. 453-524

    Israel Law Review, 2002, Vol.36

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    David Pannick

    Human Rights in an Age of Terrorism

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 1-18

    Guy Pessach

    The Legacy of Feist Revisited - Acritical Analysis of the Creativity Requirement

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 19-102

    Amitai Aviram

    Cyclical Market Power

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 103-146

    Tomer Einat

    Shock-Incarceration Programs in Israeli Sanctioning Policy: Toward a New Model of Punishment

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 147-178

    Reuven Ziegler

    The Assigned Residence Case: H.C. 7015, 7019/02 Kipah Ajuri et al. v. IDF Commander in the West Bank et al

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 179-196

    Ilan Saban, Muhammad Amara

    The Status of Arabic in Israel: Reflections on the Power of Law to Produce Social Change

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 5-40

    Pablo Lerner

    Foundations in Germany and Israel: An Analysis of the Legal Framework

     No.2, Summer

     pp.  41-102

    Maya Mei-Tal

    The Criminal Responsibility of Psychopathic Offenders

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 103-122

    Gabriella Shalev

    Interpretation in Law: Chief Justice Barak's Theory

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 123-148

    Danielle Marx

    Takings and the Requirement of Ongoing Public Purpose: The Effect of the Constitutionalization of the Right to Property on the Law of Takings (Karsik v. the State of Israel, Israel Land Authority 55(II) P.D. 625)

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 149-158

    Leora Dahan

    Judicial Review of the Detention Conditions of Suspected Terrorists (Center for Defense of the Individual v. IDF Commander in the West Bank and Yassin v. Commander of Kziot Military Camp)

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 159-172

     

    THE SUPREME COURT SITTING AS THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE [NOVEMBER 23, 2002]: Before President A Barak, Justice D. Beinisch and Justice A. Procaccia

     No.3, Fall

     pp. 1-18

    Chaim Gans

    Right and Left: Ideological Disobedience in Israel

     No.3, Fall

     pp. 19-72

    Barak Medina

    Political Disobedience in the IDF: The Scope of the Legal Right of Soldiers to be Excused from Taking Part in Military Activities in the Occupied Territories

     No.3, Fall

     pp. 73-110

    Amir Paz-Fuchs, Michael Sfard

    The Fallacies of Objections to Selective Conscientious Objection

     No.3, Fall

     pp. 111-144

    Leonard Hammer

    Selective Conscientious Objection and International Human Rights

     No.3, Fall

     pp. 145-170

    Asa Kasher

    Refusals: Neglected Aspects

     No.3, Fall

     pp. 171-180

    Avi Sagi, Ron Shapira

    Civil Disobedience and Conscientious Objection

     No.3, Fall

     pp. 181-218

    Alon Harel

    Unconscionable Objection to Conscientious Objection: Notes on Sagi and Shapira

     No.3, Fall

     pp. 219-226

    David Enoch

    Some Arguments against Conscientious Objection and Civil Disobedience Refuted

     No.3, Fall

     pp. 227-254

    Avi Sagi, Ron Shapira

    Rejoinder: Civil Disobedience and Conscientious Objection

     No.3, Fall

     pp. 255-266

    Israel Law Review, 2003-2004, Vol.37

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Harry Woolf

    Constitutional Developments in a Common Law Jurisdiction

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 5-16

    Orna Ben-Naftali, Yuval Shany

    Living in Denial: The Application of Human Rights in the Occupied Territories

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 17-118

    Haim, Sandberg

    Three-Dimensional Partition and Registration of Subsurface Land Space

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 119-168

    Mimi Ajzenstadt, Gabriel Cauaglion

    Sociological Perpsectives on the Origins of Child Abuse Legislation in Israel

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 169-196

    Jack Beatson

    Should Judges Conduct Public Inquiries?

     No.2-3, Summer-Fall

     pp. 238-280

    Dorit Beinisch

    The Role of the Supreme Court in the Fight against Terrorism

     No.2-3, Summer-Fall

     pp. 281-298

    Yoram Rabin, Yuval Shany

    The Israeli Unfinished Constitutional Revolution: Has the Time Come for Protecting Economic and Social Rights

     No.2-3, Summer-Fall

     pp. 299-345

    Shahar Lifshitz

    The External Rights of Cohabiting Couples in Israel

     No.2-3, Summer-Fall

     pp. 346-425

    Elimelech Westreich

    Levirate Marriage in the State of Israel: Ethnic Encounter and the Challenge of a Jewish State

     No.2-3, Summer-Fall

     pp. 426-499

    Itzhak Galnoor

    The Judicialization of the Public Sphere in Israel

     No.2-3, Summer-Fall

     pp. 500-542

    Leora Dahan

    Embryonic Stem Cell Research and Therapeutic Cloning: Scientific, Ethical and Legal Perspectives

     No.2-3, Summer-Fall

     pp. 543-595

    Israel Law Review, 2005, Vol.38

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

     

    Legal Consequences of the Construction of a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 17-82

     

    HCJ 2056/04 Beit Sourik Village council v. The Government of Israel

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 83-133

    Michla Pomerance

    A Court of UN Law

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 134-164

    Karin Calvo-Goller

    More Than a Huge Imbalance: The ICJ's Advisory Opinion on the Legal Consequences of the Construction of the Barrier

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 165-188

    Tomer Broude

    The Legitimacy of the ICJ's Advisory Competence in the Shadow of the Wall

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 189-210

    Orna Ben-Naftali

    A La Recherche du Temps Perdu: Rethinking Article 6 of the Fourth Geneva Convention in the Light of the Legal Consequences of the Construction of a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory Advisory Opinion

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 211-229

    Yuval Shany

    Capacities and Inadequacies: A Look at the Two Separation Barrier Cases

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 230-246

    Nir Keidar

    An Examination of the Authority of the Military Commander to Requisition Privately Owned Land for the Construction of the Separation Barrier

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 247-261

    Moshe Cohen-Eliya

    The Formal and the Substantive Meanings of Proportionality in the Supreme Court's Decision Regarding the Security Fence

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 262-291

    Ruth Lapidoth

    The Advisory Opinion and the Jewish Settlements

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 292-297

    Moshe Hirsch

    The Legal Status of Jerusalem following the ICJ Advisory Opinion on the Separation Barrier

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 298-315

    Robbie Sabel

    The International Court of Justice Decision on the Separation Barrier and the Green Line

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 316-330

    Gerald M. Steinberg

    The UN, the ICJ and the Separation Barrier: War by Other Means

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 331-347

    Arie M. Kacowicz

    The Normative Dimension of International Relations and the Advisory Opinion of the ICJ on the Separation Barrier

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 348-357

    Yeludah Mirsky

    Human Rights, Democracy, and the Inescapability of Politics; or, Human Dignity Thick and Thin

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 358-377

    Shlomy Zachary

    Between the Geneva Conventions: Where Does the Unlawful Combatant Belong

     No.1-2, Winter-Spring

     pp. 378-417

     

    Equality: The New Virtue

     No.3, Fall

     pp. 5-23

    Amichai Cohen

    Administering the Territories: An Inquiry into the Application of International Humanitarian Law by the IDF in the Occupied Territories

     No.3, Fall

     pp. 24-79

    Richard H. Chused

    Rewrite Copyright: Protecting Creativity and Social Utility in the Digital Age

     No.3, Fall

     pp. 80-119

    Michal Agmon-Gonnen

    Judicial Independence: The Threat from Within

     No.3, Fall

     pp. 120-153

    Israel Law Review, 2006, Vol.39

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Daphna Lewinsohn-Zamir

    The Impact of Economic Theory on the Israeli Case Law on Property

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 5-38

    Assaf Meydani, Shlomo Mizrahi

    The Politics and Strategies of Defending Human Rights: The Israeli Case

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 39-56

    Sergio Herzog

    Public Perceptions of Crime Seriousness: A Comparison of Social Divisions in Israel

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 57-80

    Uri Timor

    Privatization of Prisons in Israel: Gains and Risks

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 81-104

    <Efrat Shoham, Lior Gideon, David L. Weisburd, Yossi Vilner>

    When More of a Program Is Not Necessarily Better: Drug Prevention in the Sharon Prison

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 105-126

    Sima Kramer

    Statutory Compensation in Software Copyright Violations: C.A. 2392/99, Ashraz Data Processing Ltd. v. Transbeton Ltd

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 127-139

    Aharon Barak

    Human Rights in Israel

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 12-34

    Michel Troper

    Constitutional Interpretation

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 35-50

    Michel Rosenfeld

    Equality and the Dialectic between Identity and Difference

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 51-80

    Eyal Benvenisti

    Human Dignity in Combat: The Duty to Spare Enemy Civilians

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 81-109

    Christian Starck

    Freedom of Scientific Research and Its Restrictions in German Constitutional Law

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 110-126

    Barak Medina

    Enhancing Freedom of Religion through Public Provision of Religious Services: The Israeli Experience

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 127-157

    Yigal Mersel

    Hans Kelsen and Political Parties

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 158-181

    Suzie Navot

    Judicial Review of the Legislative Process

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 182-247

    Barak Medinia

    Constitutionalism and Judicial Review in a Rifted Democracy: Symposium on Jeremy Waldron's Law and Disagreement

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 6-12

    Alon Harel

    Notes on Waldron's Law and Disagreement: Defending Judicial Review

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 13-21

    David Enoch

    Taking Disagreement Seriously: On Jeremy Waldron's Law and Disagreement

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 22-35

    Naomi Sussmann

    Law and Disagreement: Some Disagreements

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 36-49

    Jeremy Waldron

    Disagreement and Response

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 50-68

    Michael L. Perlin

    International Human Rights and Comparative Mental Disability Law: The Role of Institutional Psychiatry in the Suppression of Political Dissent

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 69-97

    David Gilo

    The (Lack of) Economic Analysis by Courts in Israeli Antitrust Cases concerning Restraints of Trade

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 98-122

    Guy Pessach

    Israeli Copyright Law: A Positive Economic Perspective

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 123-179

    Yaad Rotem

    What Is Missing in Corporate Bankruptcy Theories? Revisiting the Efficiency Rationale

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 180-228

    Moshe Hirsch

    Treaty-Making Power: Approval the Israel-Egypt Philadelphia Accord by the Knesset

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 229-237

    Guy Harpaz

    New Israeli Anti-Dumping Legislation: One More Modest Step in Israel's Gradual Advance from Unilateralism towards Trans-National Co-Operation

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 238-260

    Israel Law Review, 2007, Vol.40

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Ruth Deech

    Playing God: The Regulation of Reproductive Medicine

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 6-30

    Ruth Gavison

    Law, Adjudication, Human Rights, and Society

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 31-55

    Daphne Barak-Erez

    Israeli Administrative Law at the Crossroads: Between the English Model and the American Model

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 56-71

    Marshall J. Breger

    The Quest for Legitimacy in American Administrative Law

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 72-118

    Doron Menashe

    Relaxed Formalism: The Validation of Flawed Wills

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 119-155

    Moussa Abou Ramadan

    Notes on the Shari a: Human Rights, Democracy, and the European Court of Human Rights

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 156-197

    Guy Harpaz

    The Palestinian Authority and Sovereign Immunity in Israeli Courts

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 198-212

    Hilly Moodrick Even-Khen

    Can We Now Tell what Direct Participation in Hostilities Is?

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 213-244

    Shai Schmidt

    Judicial Review of Tax Legislation: Constitutional Dilemmas

     No.1, Spring

     pp. 245-254

    David Kretzmer, Rotem Giladi, Yuval Shany

    International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law: Exploring Parallel Application

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 306-309

    Cordula Droege

    The Interplay between International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law in Situations of Armed Conflict

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 310-355

    Nancie Prud homme

    Lex Specialis: Oversimplifying a More Complex and Multifaceted Relationship

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 356-395

    John Cerone

    Jurisdiction and Power: The Intersection of Human Rights Law & (and) the Law of Non-International Armed Conflict in an Extraterritorial Context

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 396-452

    Michael J. Dennis

    Non-Application of Civil and Political Rights Treaties Extraterritorially During Times of International Armed Conflict

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 453-502

    Ralph Wilde

    Triggering State Obligations Extraterritorially: The Spatial Test in Certain Human Rights Treaties

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 503-526

    Dominic McGoldrick

    Human Rights and Humanitarian Law in the UK Courts

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 527-562

    Fionnuala Ni Aolain

    The No-Gaps Approach to Parallel Application in the Context of the War on Terror

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 563-591

    William A. Schabas

    Lex Specialis? Belt and Suspenders? The Parallel Operation of Human Rights Law and the Law of Armed Conflict, and the Conundrum of Jus Ad Bellum

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 592-613

    Rene Provost

    International Committee of the Red Widget? The Diversity Debate and International Humanitarian Law

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 614-647

    Noam Lubell

    Parallel Application of International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law: An Examination of the Debate

     No.2, Summer

     pp. 648-666

    Jeff McMahan

    PRECIS: THE MORALITY AND LAW OF WAR

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 670-683

    George P. Fletcher

    Is Justice Relevant to the Law of War The Morality and Law of War

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 684-700

    Yuval Shany

    A Pragmatic Objection to Moral Distinctions: A Comment on the Morality and Law of War, A The Morality and Law of War

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 701-711

    Re em Segev

    Lesser Evil and Responsibility: Comment on Jess McMahan's Analysis of the Morality of War The Morality and Law of War

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 712-729

    Noam J. Zohar

    Double Effect and Double Intention: A Collectivist Perspective

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 730-742

    Jeff McMahan

    Contrasting Approaches to War: Some thoughts on the Views of Fletcher, Segev, Shany, and Zohar

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 743-762

    Amnon Rubinstein

    THE DECLINE, BUT NOT DEMISE, OF MULTICULTURALISM

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 763-810

    Shani Pogoda

    In the Name of the Child: A Critical Assessment of the Legal Norm Governing Paternity Tests

     No.3, Winter

     pp. 811-841

    Israel Law Review, 2008, Vol.41

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    number

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    Martti Koskenniemi

    Occupied Zone a Zone of Reasonableness ?

     No.1-2, January

     pp. 13-40

    Amichai Cohen

    Rules and Standards in the Application of International Humanitarian Law

     No.1-2, January

     pp. 41-67

    Yuval Shany

    Binary Law Meets Complex Reality: The Occupation of Gaza Debate

     No.1-2, January

     pp. 68-86

    Grant T. Harris

    Human Rights, Israel, and the Political Realities of Occupation

     No.1-2, January

     pp. 87-174

    Kenneth Watkin

    Maintaining Law and Order during Occupation: Breaking the Normative Chains

     No.1-2, January

     pp. 175-200

    Yael Ronen

    Illegal Occupation and Its Consequences

     No.1-2, January

     pp. 201-245

    Rotem Giladi

    The Jus Ad Bellum/Jus In Bello Distinction and the Law of Occupation

     No.1-2, January

     pp. 246-301

    Noemi Gal-Or

    Suspending Sovereignty: Reassessing the Interlocking of Occupation, Failed and Fragile State, Responsibility to Protect, and International Trusteeship (Lessons from Lebanon)

     No.1-2, January

     pp. 302-330

    Tristan Ferraro

    Enforcement of Occupation Law in Domestic Courts: Issues and Opportunities

     No.1-2, January

     pp. 331-357

    A. Kodzo Paaku Kludze

    Constitutional Rights and their Relationship with International Human Rights in Ghana

     No.3, December

     pp. 677-702

    Yousef T. Jabareen

    Toward Participatory Equality: Protecting Minority Rights under International Law

     No.3, December

     pp. 635-676

    Frances Raday

    Traditionalist Religious and Cultural Challengers International and Constitutional Human Rights Responses

     No.3, December

     pp. 596-634

    Fiona de Londras

    What Human Rights Law Could Do: Lamenting the Absence of an International Human Rights Law Approach in Boumediene & Al Odah

     No.3, December

     pp. 562-595

    Fionnuala Ni Aolain, Oren Gross

    A Skeptical View of Deference to the Executive in Times of Crisis

     No.3, December

     pp. 545-561

    Arthur Chaskalson

    What's Happening to the Right to a Fair Hearing

     No.3, December

     pp. 522-544

    Nigel Rodley

    The Singarasa Case: Quis custodiet ? A Test for the Bangalore Principles of Judicial Conduct

     No.3, December

     pp. 500-521

    Jochen A. Frowein

    The Transformation of Constitutional Law through the European Convention on Human Rights

     No.3, December

     pp. 489-499

    Eckart Klein

    Establishing a Hierarchy of Human Rights: Ideal Solution or Fallacy?

     No.3, December

     pp. 477-488

    Henry J. Steiner

    Two Sides of the Same Coin?: Democracy and International Human Rights

     No.3, December

     pp. 445-476

    Israel Law Review, 2009, Vol.42

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    David Kretzmer

    Rethinking the Application of IHL in Non-International Armed Conflicts

     No.1, January

     pp. 8-45

    Geoffrey Corn, Eric Talbot Jensen

    Transnational Armed Conflict: A Principled Approach to the Regulation of Counter-Terror Combat Operations

     No.1, January

     pp. 46-79

    Ralph Wilde

    Complementing Occupation Law? Selective Judicial Treatment of the Suitability of Human Rights Norms

     No.1, January

     pp. 80-100

    Yuval Shany

    The Law Applicable to Non-Occupied Gaza: A Comment on Bassiouni v. The Prime Minister of Israel

     No.1, January

     pp. 101-116

    Amichai Cohen

    Economic Sanctions in IHL: Suggested Principles

     No.1, January

     pp. 117-149

    Michael M. Lieberman

    Pragmatism and Principle in International Humanitarian Law

     No.1, January

     pp. 150-167

    Valentina Falco

    The Internal Legal Order of the European Union as a Complementary Framework for its Obligations under IHL

     No.1, January

     pp. 168-205

    Richard A. Posner

    National Security and Constitutional Law. Prفcis: The Constitution in a Time of National Emergency

     No.2, January

     pp. 217-224

    Alon Harel

    Cost-Benefit Analysis and National Emergencies: A Review of Richard Posner's Not a Suicide Pact

     No.2, January

     pp. 225-233

    Re em Segev

    Balancing, Judicial Review, and Disobedience: Comments on Richard Posner's Analysis of Anti-Terror Measures (Not a Suicide Pact)

     No.2, January

     pp. 234-247

    Mordechai Kremnitzer, Liat Levanon

    Not a Suicide Pact: A Comment on Preventative Means in General and on Torture in Particular

     No.2, January

     pp. 248-274

    Carmel Shalev

    End-of-Life Care in Israel The Dying Patient Law, 2005

     No.2, January

     pp. 279-305

    Or Bassok

    Television Coverage of the Israeli Supreme Court 1968-1992: The Persistence of the Mythical Image

     No.2, January

     pp. 306-361

    Kai Ambos

    The Transnational Use of Torture Evidence

     No.2, January

     pp. 362-397

    Gunnar Duttge

    Research on Embryos and Human Dignity

     No.2, January

     pp. 398-415

    Christoph Mollers

    Democracy and Human Dignity: Limits of a Moralized Conception of Rights in German Constitutional Law

     No.2, January

     pp. 416-439

    Mark Tushnet

    Precis: The Rights Revolution in the Twentieth Century

     No.3, January

     pp. 446 - 463

    Alon Harel

    The Vices of Institutional Instrumentalism A Comment on Tushnet, The Rights Revolution in the Twentieth Century

     No.3, January

     pp. 464-471

    Margit Cohn

    Everything Flows : Mark Tushnet's Rights Revolution and the Impact of Constitutional Dialogue

     No.3, January

     pp. 472-482

    Rivka Weill

    Is it the Right Revolution? On Tushnet's The Rights Revolution in The Twentieth Century

     No.3, January

     pp. 483-494

    Wojciech Sadurski

    Judicial Review in Central and Eastern Europe: Rationales or Rationalizations?

     No.3, January

     pp. 500-527

    Benjamin Rubin

    Disengagement from the Gaza Strip and Post-Occupation Duties

     No.3, January

     pp. 528-563

    Dan Ernst

    The Meaning and Liberal Justifications of Israel's Law of Return

     No.3, January

     pp. 564-602

    Tally Kritzman-Amir

    Otherness as the Underlying Principle in Israel's Asylum Regime

     No.3, January

     pp. 603-627

    Israel Law Review, 2010, Vol.43

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    Ruth Gavison

    Immigration and the Human Rights Discourse: The Universality of Human Rights and the Relevance of States and of Numbers

     No.1, January

     pp. 7-48

    Christian Joppke

    Minority Rights for Immigrants? Multiculturalism versus Antidiscrimination

     No.1, January

     pp. 49-66

    Stephen H. Legomsky

    Citizens Rights and Human Rights

     No.1, January

     pp. 67-98

    Eugene KB Tan

    Managing Female Foreign Domestic Workers in Singapore: Economic Pragmatism, Coercive Legal Regulation, or Human Rights?

     No.1, January

     pp. 99-125

    Yaffa Zilbershats

    Sovereign States Control of Immigration: A Global Justice Perspective

     No.1, January

     pp. 126-163

    Chaim Gans

    The Rights Discourse and the Obligation of States to Admit Immigrants

     No.1, January

     pp. 164-182

    Gila Stopler

    Rights in Immigration: The Veil as a Test Case

     No.1, January

     pp. 183-217

    Alexander Yakobson

    Joining the Jewish People: Non-Jewish Immigrants from the Former USSR, Israeli Identity and Jewish Peoplehood

     No.1, January

     pp. 218-239

    Patricia Janet Scotland

    Lionel Cohen Lecture

     No.1, January

     pp. 240-251

    Dino Kritsiotis

    The Tremors of Tadic

     No.2, January

     pp. 262-300

    Jean d Aspremont

    Multilateral Versus Unilateral Exercises of Universal Criminal Jurisdiction

     No.2, January

     pp. 301-329

    Marco Roscini

    The United Nations Security Council and the Enforcement of International Humanitarian Law

     No.2, January

     pp. 330-359

    Matthew Happold

    Protecting Children in Armed Conflict: Harnessing the Security Council's Soft Power

     No.2, January

     pp. 360-380

    Andrea Breslin

    Ensuring Respect: The European Union's Guidelines on Promoting Compliance With International Humanitarian Law

     No.2, January

     pp. 381-413

    Eitan Diamond

    Before the Abyss: Reshaping International Humanitarian Law to Suit the Ends of Power

     No.2, January

     pp. 414-456

    Ruth Lapidoth, Ofra Friesel

    Some Reflections on Israel's Temporary Legislation on Unification of Families

     No.2, January

     pp. 457-467

    David Nelken

    Human Trafficking and Legal Culture

     No.3, January

     pp. 479-513

    Guy Harpaz, Yuval Shany

    The Israeli Supreme Court and the Incremental Expansion of the Scope of Discretion under Belligerent Occupation Law

     No.3, January

     pp. 514-550

    Matthew Zagor

    I am the Law! Perspectives of Legality and Illegality in the Israeli Army

     No.3, January

     pp. 551-589

    Haim Sandberg

    Expropriations of Private Land of Arab Citizens in Israel: An Empirical Analysis of the Regular Course of Business

     No.3, January

     pp. 590-610

    Claudia Morini

    Secularism And Freedom of Religion: The Approach of the European Court of Human Rights

     No.3, January

     pp. 611-630

    Yuksel Sezgin

    The Israeli Millet System: Examining Legal Pluralism Throuh Lenses of Nation-Building and Human Rights

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     pp. 631-654

    Israel Law Review, 2011, Vol.44

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    Leslie Sebba

    Victimhood, Dignity, and the Criminal Justice System: A Comment

     No.1-2

     pp. 301-313

    Miriam Gur-Arye, Florian Jessberger

    The Protection of Human Dignity in Interrogations: May Interrogative Torture Ever Be Tolerated - Reflections in Light of Recent German and Israeli Experiences

     No.1-2

    pp. 229-262

    Thomas Weigend, Khalid Ghanayim

    Human Dignity in Criminal Procedure A Comparative Overview of Israeli and German Law

     No.1-2

    pp. 199- 228

    Winfried Hassemer

    Human Dignity in the Criminal Process: The Example of Truth-Finding

     No.1-2

     pp. 185-198

    John Kleinig

    Humiliation, Degradation, and Moral Capacity: A Response to Hornle and Kremnitzer

     No.1-2

    pp. 169-183

    Tatjana Hornle, Mordechai Kremnitzer

    Human Dignity as a Protected Interest in Criminal Law

     No.1-2

    pp. 143-167

    Mordechai Kremnitzer, Tatjana Hornle

    Human Dignity and the Principle of Culpability

     No.1-2

     pp. 115-141

    Kent Roach

    The Primacy of Liberty and Proportionality, Not Human Dignity, When Subjecting Criminal Law to Constitutional Control

     No.1-2

    pp. 91-113

    Miriam Gur-Arye, Thomas Weigend

    Constitutional Review of Criminal Prohibitions Affecting Human Dignity and Liberty: German and Israeli Perspectives

     No.1-2

     pp. 63-89

    Ariel L. Bendor, Michael Sachs

    The Constitutional Status of Human Dignity in Germany and Israel

     No.1-2

     pp. 25-61

    Meir Dan-Cohen

    A Concept of Dignity

     No.1-2

     pp. 9-23

    Anat Horovitz, Thomas Weigend

    Human Dignity and Victims' Rights in the German and Israeli Criminal Process

     No.1-2

     pp. 263-300

    Sharon Weintal

    The Challenge of Reconciling Constitutional Eternity Clauses with Popular Sovereignty: Toward Three-Track Democracy in Israel as a Universal Holistic Constitutional System and Theory

     No.3

     pp. 449-497

    Ulrich K. Preuss

    The Implications of Eternity Clauses: The German Experience

     No.3

     pp. 429-448

    Denis Baranger

    Language of Eternity: Judicial Review of the Amending Power in France (or the Absence Thereof)

     No.3

    pp. 389-428

    Eivind Smith

    Old and Protected - On the Supra-Constitutional Clause in the Constitution of Norway

     No.3

     pp. 369-388

    Lech Garlicki, Zofia A. Garlicka

    External Review of Constitutional Amendments - International Law as a Norm of Reference

     No.3

     pp. 343-368

    Aharon Barak

    Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments

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    Lionel Cohen Lecture The Judiciary and the Media

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    Israel Law Review, 2012, Vol.45

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    Frederic Megret

    Is There Ever a Right to One's Own Law ? An Exploration of Possible Rights Foundations for Legal Pluralism

     No.1, March

     pp. 3-34

    Jann K Kleffner

    Section IX of the ICRC Interpretive Guidance on Direct Participation in Hostilities: The End of Jus in Bello Proportionality as We Know It?

     No.1, March

     pp. 35-52

    Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler, Shai Otzari

    Do Soldiers' Lives Matter? A View from Proportionality

     No.1, March

     pp. 53-69

    Robin Geiss

    The Principle of Proportionality: Force Protection as a Military Advantage

     No.1, March

     pp. 71-89

    Christian J Tams, James G Devaney

    Applying Necessity and Proportionality to Anti-Terrorist Self-Defence

     No.1, March

     pp. 91-106

    Raphael van Steenberghe

    PROPORTIONALITY UNDER JUS AD BELLUM AND JUS IN BELLO: CLARIFYING THEIR RELATIONSHIP

     No.1, March

     pp. 107-124

    Aaron Fellmeth

    The Proportionality Principle in Operation: Methodological Limitations of Empirical Research and the Need for Transparency

     No.1, March

     pp. 125-150

    Cedric Ryngaert

    Apportioning Responsibility between the UN and Member States in UN Peace-Support Operations: An Inquiry into the Application of the Effective Control Standard after Behrami

     No.1, March

     pp. 151-178

    Arlene S Kanter

    There's No Place Like Home: The Right to Live in the Community for People with Disabilities, Under International Law and the Domestic Laws of the United States and Israel

     No.2, July

     pp. 181-233

    Tamar Hostovsky Brandes

    Separate and Different: Single-Sex Education and the Quest for Equality

     No.2, July

     pp. 235-266

    Yifat Bitton

    Finally, Our Own Brown! (?)

     No.2, July

     pp. 267-289

    Yishai Blank