Hart studies in comparative public law ; v. 2.
This book offers a comprehensive study of Israeli constitutional law that moves from constitution-making to specific areas of contestation including state/religion relations, national security, social rights, and structural questions of judicial review.
Includes table of cases.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Towards a full-fledged constitution Models of judicial review in Israeli constitutional law Global impacts on Israeli constitutional law Balancing in Israeli constitutional law "Unenumerated rights" in Israeli constitutional law Social rights in Israel Constitutional rights and private law Constitutional rights and "state of emergency" Israel : "Jewish and democratic".Introduction.Israeli constitutional law at the crossroads /Gideon Sapir, Daphne Barak-Erez and Aharon Barak Why a constitution in General and in Particular in the Israeli Context? /Gideon Sapir The right to judicial review : the Israeli case /Alon Harel The purpose of the Israeli Constitution /Ariel L Bendor Consensus, dissensus, and constitutionalism /Sanford Levinson Majestic constitutionalism? : The notwithstanding mechanism in Israel /Tsvi Kahana Constitutional adjudication and political accountability : comparative analysis and the peculiarity of Israel /Yoav Dotan Justifying judicial review : the changing methodology of the Israeli Supreme Court /Joshua Segev The democratic case for diffuse judicial review in Israel /Ori Aronson Constitutional adjudication in Israel : some comments /Víctor Ferreres Comella The use of foreign law in Israeli constitutional adjudication /Iddo Porat The Israeli case of a transformative constitutionalism /Moshe Cohen-Eliya Proportionality in Israel and beyond : four aspects /Margit Cohn Constitutional law in an age of globalization /Vicki C Jackson Constitutional proportionality : (appropriate) guidelines /Mordechai Kremnitzer The deficiencies of balancing : restricting speech due to offence to feelings /Yaacov Ben-Shemesh Proportionality : comparative perspectives on Israeli debates /Sujit Choudhry Human dignity as a central pillar in constitutional rights jurisprudence in Israel : definitions and parameters /Tamar Hostovsky Brandes The inherent authority of judges in a three-track democracy to recognise unenumerated constitutional rights : the Israeli story of a judicial mission with no ammunition /Sharon Weintal Perpetual constitutional moments : a reply to Hostovsky Brandes and Weintal /David Fontana In search of the right to health in Israeli constitutional law /Aeyal Gross The fiscal objection to social welfare rights : a closer look /Amir Paz-Fuchs Constitutional review of 'eligibility conditions' in social rights litigation /Neta Ziv The new consensus on enforcing social welfare rights : comments on three papers /Mark Tushnet Constitutional rights and private law /Aharon Barak Human rights in private law : hybridization of the balancing tests /Michal Tamir Private actors and constitutional rights /Stephen Gardbaum The national security constitution and the Israeli condition /Daphne Barak-Erez The role of the legislature in determining legitimate responses to security threats : the case of Israel /Barak Medina Of law, constitutions and security /Adam Tomkins Jewish and democratic : three Zionisms and post-Zionism /Chaim Gans A Jewish nation-state : a discussion in light of the family reunification case /Aviad Bakshi and Gideon Sapir National identity and religion-state relations : Israel in comparative perspective /Gila Stopler The dilemmas of identity in a Jewish and democratic state : a comparative constitutionalist perspective on Bakshi and Sapir, Gans, and Stopler /Susanna Mancini and Michel Rosenfeld.
KMK1750 .I873 2013
Oxford, United Kingdom ; Portland, Oregon : Hart Publishing, 2013.