Viewpoints
Analysis and Discussion Concerning the Supreme Court of Israel

by Avinoam Sharon
July 25, 2018

The Israeli Supreme Court Blog

 

The Israeli Supreme Court Blog is part of the  Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law’s Israeli Supreme Court Project. It is intended to supplement the...

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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 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 Yoav Dotan
March 24, 2015

          The recent retirement of President Asher Grunis would probably not be viewed by the legal community in Israel as the end of an era in the history of the Supreme Court. Justice Grunis has always been considered a sophisticated and...

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by Yoav Dotan
March 16, 2015

     One of the recent squabbles in Israeli politics was triggered by the Prime Minister’s decision to remove two of the judges on the panel that had been appointed to elect the winner of the prestigious Israel Prize for literature. Netanyahu...

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by Melanie Goldberg
February 27, 2015

On January 15th, Miriam Naor was officially appointed Israel’s 11th Supreme Court President, replacing Asher D...

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