Rivka Weill and Tally Kritzman-Amir have just posted on SSRN, “Between Institutional Survival and Human Rights Protection: Adjudicating Landmark Cases of African Undocumented Migrants in Israel in a Comparative and International Context.” The article is forthcoming in University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, forthcoming 2019. The abstract is as follows:
“Immigration, Asylum and the Treatment and Status of Refugees”—A Synopsis of Presentations from Panel Four of the ISCP’s inaugural conference
*Prepared by Orly Rachmilovitz
Tali Kritzman-Amir (The College of Law and Business [Israel]) (read by Reuven Ziegler):
Dialogue is a favorite metaphor of constitutional designers and constitutional thinkers in the age of deliberative democracy. The idea that constitutional interpretation can take place through a communicative process – one in which judicial and political agents exchange pieces of information and ideology before reaching a settled result in reasoned, rational fashion – is very attractive indeed.