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    Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies

    Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies

    2010, Vol.1.2

    2011, Vol.3

    2012, Vol.4.5.6

    2013, Vol.7-8

    2014, Vol.9-10

    2015, Vol.11-12

    2016, Vol.13-14



    Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies, 2010, Vol.1.2

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Reem Segev

    IS the Criminal Law (so) Special? Comments on Douglas Husak's Theory of Criminalization

     No.1 June

     pp. 3-20

    Miriam Gur-Arye

    Comments on Douglas Husak's Overcriminalization

     No.1 June

     pp. 21-34

    Gideon Yaffe

    Harmfulness, Wrongfulness, Lesser Evils and Risk- Creation: A Comment on Douglas Husak's Overcriminalization

     No.1 June

     pp. 35-47

    Douglas Husak

    Repaying The Scholar's Compliment

     No.1 June

     pp. 48-70

    Adam Hofri-Winogradow

    Comments on David Rabban's Law's History

     No.1 June

     pp. 72-80

    Ron Harris

    The Politics of Historical Narratives: Comment on David Rabban's Law's History

     No.1 June

     pp. 81-87

    Assaf Likhovski

    Comments on David Rabban's Law's History

     No.1 June

     pp. 88-95

    Roy Kreitner

    Heroes, Anti- heroes, And Villains

     No.1 June

     pp. 96-105

    David M. Rabban

    Reconsidering Law's History: A Response TO The Symposium Comments

     No.1 June

     pp. 106-136

    Alon Harel

    The Vices of Epistemic Institutionalism

     No.1 December

     pp. 5-14

    Rivka Weill

    Can We Reason About Reason? On Adrian Vermeule's Law and the Limits of Reason

     No.1 December

     pp. 15-31

    Ori Aronson

    Getting It Right: Institutional Design and Epistemic Competence in Law and the Limits of Reason

     No.1 December

     pp. 32-46

    Adrian Vermeule

    The Limits of Epistemic Legalism: A Reply

     No.1 December

     pp. 47-35

    Shlomi Segall

    Will in the World: Kymlicka's Global Odyssey

     No.1 December

     pp. 55-63

    Chaim Gans

    On Kymlicka's Multicultural Odysseys

     No.1 December

     pp. 64-70

    Ruth Gavison

    Kymlicka's Multicultural Odysseys- A Comment

     No.1 December

     pp. 71-90

    Will Kymlicka

    Reply

     No.1 December

     pp. 91-101

    Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies, 2011, Vol.3

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Alon Harel

    Is Pornography a Speech or an Act and does it Matter?

     No.1 August

     pp. 5-14

    Hagit Benbaji

    Why Does Projection Matter to Objectification?

     No.1 August

     pp. 15-27

    Yuval Eylon

    Sexual Value

     No.1 August

     pp. 28-37

    Rae Langton

    Response

     No.1 August

     pp. 38-52

    Avihay Dorfman

    Humane Consequentialism: A Critical Note on Eyal Zamir & Barak Medina, Law, Economics, and Morality (2010)

     No.1 August

     pp. 54-74

    Larry Alexander

    Deontological Constraints in a Consequentialist World: A Comment on Law, Economics and Morality

     No.1 August

     pp. 75-90

    Ariel Porat

    Eyal Zamir and Barak Medina, Law, Economics, and Morality

     No.1 August

     pp. 91-106

    Eyal Zamir, Barak Medina

    Law, Economics, and Morality: Response to Critiques

     No.1 August

     pp. 107-146

    Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies, 2012, Vol.4,5,6

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Andreas Paulus

    National Courts and the International Rule of Law- Remarks on the Book by Andr Nollkaemper

     No.1 April

     pp. 5-18

    Paul B. Stephan

    Rethinking the International Rule of Law: The Homogeneity Fallacy and International Law's Threat to Itself

     No.1 April

     pp. 19-41

    Eyal Benvenisti

    Comments on the Systemic Vision of National Courts as part of an International Rule of Law

     No.1 April

     pp. 42-49

    Yuval Shany

    An Old House with New Bricks or a New House of Old Cards? On National Courts, the International Rule of Law and the Power of Legal Imagination

     No.1 April

     pp. 50-66

    Andre Nollkaemper

    A Response to the Reviewers

     No.1 April

     pp. 67-80

    Miriam Gur-Arye

    On John Gardner's Justifications and Excuses

     No.1 April

     pp. 82-92

    Leora Dahan-Katz

    Justification, Rationality and Morality in John Gardner's Offences and Defences

     No.1 April

     pp. 93-104

    Daniel Statman

    Gardner on the Wrongness of Rape

     No.1 April

     pp. 105-109

    John Gardner

    In Defence of Offences and Defences

     No.1 April

     pp. 110-128

    Or Bassok

    How to Investigate the Social Imaginary

     No.1 June

     pp. 2- 11

    Lior Barshack

    Political Theology and the Authenticity of Modern Experience

     No.1 June

     pp. 12- 27

    Paul W. Kahn

    Political Theology Defended

     No.1 June

     pp. 28- 46

    Reem Segev

    Consequentialism, Responsibility, and Retribution: Comments on Victor Tadros Theory of Punishment

     No.1 June

     pp. 48 -61

    Kimberley Brownlee

    What are the Duties in the Duty View?

     No.1 June

     pp. 62-74

    Liat Levanon

    Punishment, Duty, and Self Defense: A Comment on Victor Tadros The Ends of Harm

     No.1 June

     pp. 75- 88

    Victor Tadros

    Replies

     No.1 June

     pp. 89- 109

    Mitchell N. Berman

    Attempts, in Language and in Law

     No.1 December

     pp. 1- 19

    David Enoch

    Comment on Yaffe s Attempts

     No.1 December

     pp. 20 -35

    Leora Dahan-Katz

    Questioning the Normative Relevance of Philosophy of Action in Gideon Yaffe s Attempts

     No.1 December

     pp. 36 -50

    Gideon Yaffe

    The Legal Importance of Trying: Reply to Enoch, Dahan-Katz, and Berman

     No.1 December

     pp. 51- 78

    Jack M. Balkin

    Room for Maneuver: Julie Cohen s Theory of Freedom in the Information State

     No.1 December

     pp. 79 -95

    Niva Elkin-Koren

    Affordances of Freedom: Theorizing the Rights of Users in the Digital Era

     No.1 December

     pp. 96- 109

    Steven Wilf

    The Once and Future Networked Self

     No.1 December

     pp. 110- 119

    Tal Z. Zarsky

    Mining the Networked Self

     No.1 December

     pp. 120- 136

    Julie E. Cohen

    Power/play: Discussion of Configuring the Networked Self

     No.1 December

     pp. 137- 149

    Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies, 2013, Vol.7-8

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Barak Medina

    Foundational Originalism? On Jack Balkin s Living Originalism

     No.1 June

     pp. 1- 16

    Lawrence B. Solum

    Construction and Constraint: Discussion of Living Originalism

     No.1 June

     pp. 17- 34

    Reem Segev

    The Argument for (Living) Originalism: Comments on Jack Balkin s Theory of Constitutional Interpretation

     No.1 June

     pp. 35- 41

    Randy E. Barnett

    Welcome to the New Originalism: A Comment on Jack Balkin's Living Originalism

     No.1 June

     pp. 42- 48

    Gideon Sapir

    Living Originalism - The Jewish Version

     No.1 June

     pp. 49- 56

    Jack M. Balkin

    Must we be Faithful to Original Meaning?

     No.1 June

     pp. 57- 86

    Guy Davidov

    The (Incomplete) Purposive Revolution: A Comment on The Legal Construction of Personal Work Relations

     No.1 June

     pp. 87- 98

    Brian Langille

    A Question of Balance in The Legal Construction of Personal Work Relations

     No.1 June

     pp. 99- 111

    Sandra Fredman, Judy Fudge

    The Legal Construction of Personal Work Relations and Gender

     No.1 June

     pp. 112- 122

    Guy Mundlak

    Taking Path Dependence Seriously: Discussion of The Legal Construction of Personal Work Relations

     No.1 June

     pp. 123- 134

    Simon Deakin

    What Exactly is Happening to the Contract of Employment? Reflections on Mark Freedland and Nicola Kountouris s Legal Construction of Personal Work Relations

     No.1 June

     pp. 135- 144

    Mark Freedland, Nicola Kountouris

    The Legal Construction of Personal Work Relations as a Continuing Pursuit

     No.1 June

     pp. 145- 157

    David Enoch

    On Analogies, Disanalogies, and Moral Philosophy: A Comment on John Mikhail s Elements of Moral Cognition

    No.1

    pp. 1-25

    Emmanuel Chemla, Paul Egre, Philippe Schlenker

    Moral Judgments and Semantic Judgments: A Case Study (Comments on Mikhail)

    No.1

    pp. 26-43

    Aaron Zimmerman

    Mikhail's Naturalized Moral Rationalism

    No.1

    pp. 44-65

    John Mikhail

    New Perspectives on Moral Cognition: Reply to Zimmerman, Enoch, and Chemla, Egre, and Schlenker

    No.1

    pp. 66-114

    Alon Harel

    Human Rights and the Common Good: A Critique

    No.1

    pp. 115-124

    Daniel Schwartz

    Perfectionism and Subsidiarity: Comments on John Finnis Human Rights and the Common Good

    No.1

    pp. 125-135

    Simon Hope

    The Basic Goods and the "Lawlike" Use of Reason: Comments on Human Rights and the Common Good

    No.1

    pp. 136-146

    John Finnis

    A Response to Harel, Hope, and Schwartz

    No.1

    pp. 147-166

    Ori J. Herstein

    Responsibility in Negligence: Discussion of From Normativity to Responsibility

    No.1

    pp. 167-184

    Ulrike Heuer

    The Reasons that Can't be Followed: Comment on Joseph Raz's From Normativity to Responsibility

    No.1

    pp. 185-198

    Ruth Chang

    Raz on Reasons, Reason, and Rationality: On Raz s From Normativity to Responsibility

    No.1

    pp. 199-219

    Joseph Raz

    On Normativity and Responsibility: Responses

    No.1

    pp. 220-234

    Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies, 2014, Vol.9-10

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Donald McRae

    The World Trade Organization and International Investment Law: Converging Systems- Can the Case for Convergence be Made?

    No.1

    pp. 13-23

    Tomer Broude

    Toward an Economic Approach to the Consolidation of International Trade Regulation and International Investment Law

    No.1

    pp. 24-35

    Jurgen Kurtz

    Charting the Future of the Twin Pillars of International Economic Law

    No.1

    pp. 36-51

    Doron Teichman

    Too Little, Too Much, Not Just Right: Seduction by Contract and the Desirable Scope of Contract Regulation

    No.1

    pp. 52-71

    Shmuel I. Becher, Tal Z. Zarsky

    Seduction by Disclosure: Comments on Seduction by Contract

    No.1

    pp. 72-86

    Richard A. Epstein

    Behavioral Error, Misguided Regulation, and Technical Innovation: Some Observations about Oren Bar- Gill's Seduction by Contract

    No.1

    pp. 87-94

    Oren Bar-Gill

    Seduction by Contract: A Response to Critics

    No.1

    pp. 95-103

    Stephen E. Shay

    Theory, Complications, and Policy: Daniel Shaviro's Fixing U.S. International Taxation

    No.1

    pp. 104-115

    Yariv Brauner

    Daniel N. Shaviro's Fixing U.S. International Taxation

    No.1

    pp. 116-124

    Fadi Shaheen

    On Fixing U.S. International Taxation

    No.1

    pp. 125-131

    Daniel Shaviro

    Response to Comments on Fixing U.S. International Taxation

    No.1

    pp. 132-142

    Tamar Kricheli Katz

    Discussion of Kasper Lippert- Rasmussen's Born Free and Equal? A Philosophical Inquiry into the Nature of Discrimination

    No.1

    pp. 143-150

    Saul Smilansky

    Just Harmful? A Response to Kasper Lippert- Rasmussen s Born Free and Equal? A Philosophical Inquiry into the Nature of Discrimination

    No.1

    pp. 151-157

    Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen

    Response to Kricheli- Katz and Smilansky on Born Free and Equal? A Philosophical Inquiry into the Nature of Discrimination

    No.1

    pp. 158-172

    Dan Priel

    Lon Fuller's Political Jurisprudence of Freedom

    No.1

    pp. 18-45

    Timothy Endicott

    Interpretation and Indeterminacy: Comments on Andrei Marmor s Philosophy of Law

    No.1

    pp. 46-56

    Maris Kopcke Tinture

    Method and Substance in Marmor's Philosophy of Law

    No.1

    pp. 57-67

    Grant Lamond

    Legal Systems and the Rule of Recognition: Discussion of Marmor's Philosophy of Law

    No.1

    pp. 68-80

    Jeremy Waldron

    Arguing about the Normativity of Jurisprudence: Comments on Andrei Marmor s Philosophy of Law

    No.1

    pp. 81-92

    Andrei Marmor

    Philosophy of Law: Reply to Critics

    No.1

    pp. 93-110

    Mordechai Kremnitzer

    Is Proportionality an Effective Protector of Human Rights? Proportionality and Constitutional Culture by Moshe Cohen- Eliya, Iddo Porat- a Critique

    No.1

    pp. 111-122

    Kai Moller

    Authority and Intent in U.S. Constitutional Culture

    No.1

    pp. 123-136

    Adam Shinar

    Method and Culture in American Constitutional Law: A Critique of Proportionality and Constitutional Culture

    No.1

    pp. 137-158

    Moshe Cohen-Eliya, Iddo Porat

    Reply to Commentators on Proportionality and Constitutional Culture

    No.1

    pp. 159-174

    Virgilio Afonso da Silva

    How Global is Global Constitutionalism?: Comments on Kai Moller's The Global Model of Constitutional Rights

    No.1

    pp. 175-186

    Alon Harel

    Do Legal Rights Matter? Comments on The Global Model of Constitutional Rights

    No.1

    pp. 187-192

    Iddo Porat

    The Global Model of Rights and Exclusionary Reasons: Comments on Kai Moller s The Global Model of Constitutional Rights

    No.1

    pp. 193-205

    Kai Moller

    The Global Model of Constitutional Rights: A Response to Afonso da Silva, Harel, and Porat

    No.1

    pp. 206-223

    Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies, 2015, Vol.11-12

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Anna-Maria Marshall

    Reflections on Cause Lawyering, Courts, and Social Change: A Comment on Lawyering for the Rule of Law

    No.1

    pp. 6-14

    Charles R. Epp

    The Key Role of Government Lawyers: Discussion of Lawyering for the Rule of Law

    No.1

    pp. 15-19

    Gad Barzilai

    Can Government Lawyers Save Us? A Comment on Lawyering for the Rule of Law

    No.1

    pp. 20-25

    Edward L. Rubin

    Administrative Litigation and the Rule of Law in Israel and the United States: A Comment on Lawyering for the Rule of Law

    No.1

    pp. 26-41

    Yoav Dotan

    Lawyering for 'The Rule of Law' or 'Lawyering for the Court'?- A Response to Barzilai, Epp, Rubin, and Marshall

    No.1

    pp. 42-50

    Margaret Jane Radin

    Less Than I Wanted To Know: The Submerged Issues in More Than I Wanted To Know

    No.1

    pp. 51-62

    Florencia Marotta-Wurgler

    Even More Than You Wanted to Know About the Failures of Disclosure

    No.1

    pp. 63-74

    Oren Bar-Gill

    Defending (Smart) Disclosure: A Comment on More Than You Wanted to Know

    No.1

    pp. 75-82

    Omri Ben-Shahar, Carl E. Schneider

    Coping with the Failure of Mandated Disclosure

    No.1

    pp. 83-93

    Christopher Essert

    How Law Matters in Why Law Matters

    No.1

    pp. 1-9

    Arthur Ripstein

    Standing, Value, and the Theory of Rights: Discussion of Why Law Matters

    No.1

    pp. 10-20

    Assaf Sharon

    What is Law Worth? Discussion of Why Law Matters

    No.1

    pp. 21-31

    David Estlund

    Comments on Alon Harel, Why Law Matters

    No.1

    pp. 32-40

    Alon Harel

    Why (Despite Powerful Reservations) Law Matters: Reply to Comments on Why Law Matters

    No.1

    pp. 41-57

    Daniel Attas

    Liberal Neutrality and Cultural Rights: A Comment on Alan Patten s Equal Recognition

    No.1

    pp. 58-65

    Chaim Gans

    On Patten's Theory of Minority Rights A Comment on Equal Recognition: The Moral Foundations of Minority Rights

    No.1

    pp. 66-80

    Aurelia Bardon

    Some Comments about the Object and Realization of Neutrality as Fair Treatment in Alan Patten s Equal Recognition

    No.1

    pp. 81-90

    Alan Patten

    The Moral Foundations of Minority Rights: A Reply to Attas, Bardon, and Gans

    No.1

    pp. 91-104

    Shmuel I. Becher, Tal Z. Zarsky

    Online Consumer Contracts: No One Reads, but Does Anyone Care? Comments on Florencia Marotta- Wurgler's Studies

    No.1

    pp. 105-120

    Asaf Zussman

    Comments on Three Papers by Florencia Marotta- Wurgler

    No.1

    pp. 121-127

    Lisa Bernstein, Hagay Volvovsky

    Not What you Wanted to Know: The Real Deal and the Paper Deal in Consumer Contracts- Comment on the Work of Florencia Marotta- Wurgler

    No.1

    pp. 128-136

    Eyal Zamir, Yuval Farkash

    Standard Form Contracts: Empirical Studies, Normative Implications, and the Fragmentation of Legal Scholarship Comments on Florencia Marotta- Wurgler's Studies

    No.1

    pp. 137-170

    Florencia Marotta-Wurgler

    What We've Learned From Software License Agreements: A Response to Comments

    No.1

    pp. 171-182

    Ronen Avraham

    Decoding Cooter and Porat: A Discussion of Getting Incentives Right

    No.1

    pp. 183-201

    Ronen Perry

    Getting Incentives Righter: A Comment on Getting Incentives Right

    No.1

    pp. 202-227

    Henrik Lando

    Discussion of Getting Incentives Right

    No.1

    pp. 228-236

    Robert Cooter, Ariel Porat

    Getting Incentives Right- Responding to Critics

    No.1

    pp. 237-249

    Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies, 2016, Vol 13-14

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Rivka Weill

    Constitutional Statutes or Overriding the Court- On Bruce Ackerman's We the People: The Civil Rights Revolution

    No.1

    pp. 1-18

    Alessandro Ferrara

    Constitution and Context: Reflections on Ackerman's The Civil Rights Revolution

    No.1

    pp. 19-30

    Alon Harel

    Why Constitutional Law Matters? Between Popular Sovereignty and Reason: Comments on We the People vol 3. The Civil Rights Revolution

    No.1

    pp. 31-38

    Avihay Dorfman

    Two Comments on Bruce Ackerman, We the People: The Civil Rights Revolution

    No.1

    pp. 39-46

    Bruce Ackerman

    Reactionary Constitutional Moments: Further Thoughts on The Civil Rights Revolution

    No.1

    pp. 47-58

    Sandy Steel

    Saving Private Wrongs

    No.1

    pp. 1-21

    Nicolas Cornell

    Ripstein's Buttery Rights: Comments on 'Private Wrongs'

    No.1

    pp. 22-36

    Hanoch Dagan, Avihay Dorfman

    Against Private Law Escapism: Comment on Arthur Ripstein, Private Wrongs

    No.1

    pp. 37-51

    John Gardner

    Private Authority in Ripstein's Private Wrongs

    No.1

    pp. 52-63

    Arthur Ripstein

    Private Authority and the Role of Rights: A Reply

    No.1

    pp. 64-86

    Arudra Burra

    Another Look at the Revisionist Challenge to Liberty

    No.1

    pp. 87-101

    Avishai Margalit

    Autonomy: Errors and Manipulation

    No.1

    pp. 102-112

    Daniel Viehoff

    On Authority, Legitimacy, and Service: Discussion of The Morality of Freedom

    No.1

    pp. 113-124

    Assaf Sharon

    Equality, Fairness, and Egalitarian Goods: Revisiting the Anti- Egalitarian Argument in The Morality of Freedom

    No.1

    pp. 125-134

    Jonathan Quong

    Disagreement, Equality, and The Exclusion of Ideals: A Comment on The Morality of Freedom

    No.1

    pp. 135-146

    Japa Pallikkathayil

    Revisiting the Interest Theory of Rights: Discussion of The Morality of Freedom

    No.1

    pp. 147-157

    Michael Otsuka

    Why Even Diminishing Principles of Entitlement Must Be Regulated by Strictly Egalitarian Principles: Discussion of Morality of Freedom

    No.1

    pp. 158-168

    Joseph Raz

    Comments on The Morality of Freedom

    No.1

    pp. 169-181

    Yael Berda

    Even when you win, you lose: How Criminalizing Hate made Everyday Racism Legitimate. Comment on "From Slave Abuse to Hate Crime"

    No.1

    pp. 182-191

    Ekow N. Yankah

    The Failure of "Rights" in Racial Justice: Comments on From Slave Abuse to Hate Crime by Ely Aaronson

    No.1

    pp. 192-203

    Jonathan Simon

    Pro- Black Criminalization and the Legitimation of Criminal Law in Modern Societies: A Comment on Aaronson's From Slave Abuse to Hate Crime

    No.1

    pp. 204-213

    Ely Aaronson

    Racial Violence and the Politics of Criminalization Reform: Response to Comments on From Slave Abuse to Hate Crime

    No.1

    pp. 214-221



     


     


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