Viewpoints
Analysis and Discussion Concerning the Supreme Court of Israel

by Orly Rachmilovitz
August 24, 2016

One of the unique functions of the Israeli Supreme Court is to conduct a “further hearing” – an additional round of adjudication of a case which is not considered an appeal but is usually held, at the Court’s permission, when all other possible...

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by Doron Dorfman
June 16, 2016

Disability Legal Studies is a relatively new field. It seeks to apply the perspectives of Disability Studies to law and examines the role that legal institutions play in the social construction of disability. Looking at the case of Ora Mor Yosef...

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by Orly Rachmilovitz
June 06, 2016

There are at least three contexts in which the Court has grappled with Palestinians’ property rights and to which it has recently devoted attention: home demolitions, absentee properties, and the legality of settlements. As the Court notes, the...

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by Orly Rachmilovitz
December 16, 2015

A recent decision by the Israeli Supreme Court (CA 7918/15, Jane Doe v. Gal Friedman, November 24, 2015, available in translation...

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by Dr. Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler
September 04, 2015

On 11 August 2015 the Israeli Supreme Court sitting as High Court of Justice delivered its awaited decision in HCJ 8665/14 Desete v Minister of Interior et al (...

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by Orly Rachmilovitz
August 18, 2015

Remarks at a Conference Marking the Retirement of President Grunis

Deputy President Emeritus Eliezer Rivlin

June 21, 2015

Translated by Orly Rachmilovitz...

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by Orly Rachmilovitz
July 19, 2015

The Comparative Project: A Synopsis of Presentations from Panel One of the ISCP's inaugural conference, Constitutional Conflicts and the Judicial Role in...

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by Sharon Frieling
June 10, 2015

By Dr. Sharon Frieling, Adv., expert in family and estate law.

Website: http://lawadvice.co.il. (Original post in Hebrew)

Translated by Orly...

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