Sapir, Gidon,, Barak-Erez, Daphne,Barak, Aharon. (Eds.) () Israeli constitutional law in the making /MLA Citation
Sapir, Gidon,, Barak-Erez, Daphne,Barak, Aharon,eds. Israeli Constitutional Law In The Making. : . Print.
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Israeli constitutional law in the making /
edited by Gideon Sapir, Daphne Barak-Erez and Aharon Barak.
|Names:||Sapir, Gidon, | Barak-Erez, Daphne, | Barak, Aharon,|
|Vernacular:||Acknowledgements v List of Contributors xi Table of Cases xiii Table of Legislation and Documents xxvii 1. Introduction: Israeli Constitutional Law at the Crossroads 1 Gideon Sapir, Daphne Barak-Erez and Aharon Barak Part 1 Towards a Full-Fledged Constitution 2. Why a Constitution 0 � in General and in Particular in the Israeli Context9 Gideon Sapir 3. The Right to Judicial Review: The Israeli Case 25 Alon Harel 4. The Purpose of the Israeli Constitution 41 Ariel L Bendor 5. Consensus, Dissensus, and Constitutionalism 59 Sanford Levinson Part 2 Models of Judicial Review in Israeli Constitutional Law 6. Majestic ConstitutionalismThe Notwithstanding Mechanism in Israel 73 Tsvi Kahana 7. Constitutional Adjudication and Political Accountability: Comparative Analysis and the Peculiarity of Israel 91 Yoav Dotan 8. Justifying Judicial Review: The Changing Methodology of the Israeli Supreme Court 105 Joshua Segev 9. The Democratic Case for Diffuse Judicial Review in Israel 121 Ori Aronson 10. Constitutional Adjudication in Israel: Some Comments 139 Víctor Ferreres Comella Part 3 Global Impacts on Israeli Constitutional Law 11. The Use of Foreign Law in Israeli Constitutional Adjudication 151 Iddo Porat viii Table of Contents 12. The Israeli Case of a Transformative Constitutionalism 173 Moshe Cohen-Eliya 13. Proportionality in Israel and Beyond: Four Aspects 189 Margit Cohn 14. Constitutional Law in an Age of Globalization 205 Vicki C Jackson Part 4 Balancing in Israeli Constitutional Law 15. Constitutional Proportionality: (Appropriate) Guidelines 225 Mordechai Kremnitzer 16. The Deficiencies of Balancing: Restricting Speech due to Offence to Feelings 239 Yaacov Ben-Shemesh 17. Proportionality: Comparative Perspectives on Israeli Debates 255 Sujit Choudhry Part 5 'Unenumerated Rights' in Israeli Constitutional Law 18. Human Dignity as a Central Pillar in Constitutional Rights Jurisprudence in Israel: Definitions and Parameters 267 Tamar Hostovsky Brandes 19. 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 285 Sharon Weintal 20. Perpetual Constitutional Moments: A Reply to Hostovsky Brandes and Weintal 303 David Fontana Part 6 Social Rights in Israel 21. In Search of the Right to Health in Israeli Constitutional Law 311 Aeyal Gross 22. The Fiscal Objection to Social Welfare Rights: A Closer Look 333 Amir Paz-Fuchs 23. Constitutional Review of 'Eligibility Conditions' in Social Rights Litigation 349 Neta Ziv 24. The New Consensus on Enforcing Social Welfare Rights: Comments on Three Papers 369 Mark Tushnet Table of Contents ix Part 7 Constitutional Rights and Private Law 25. Constitutional Rights and Private Law 379 Aharon Barak 26. Human Rights in Private Law: Hybridization of the Balancing Tests 401 Michal Tamir 27. Private Actors and Constitutional Rights 419 Stephen Gardbaum Part 8 Constitutional Rights and 'State of Emergency' 28. The National Security Constitution and the Israeli Condition 429 Daphne Barak-Erez 29. The Role of the Legislature in Determining Legitimate Responses to Security Threats: The Case of Israel 445 Barak Medina 30. Of Law, Constitutions and Security 461 Adam Tomkins Part 9 Israel 0 � 'Jewish and Democratic' 31. Jewish and Democratic: Three Zionisms and Post-Zionism 473 Chaim Gans 32. A Jewish Nation-State: A Discussion in Light of the Family Reunification Case 487 Aviad Bakshi and Gideon Sapir 33. National Identity and Religion0 �State Relations: Israel in Comparative Perspective 503 Gila Stopler 34. The Dilemmas of Identity in a Jewish and Democratic State: A Comparative Constitutionalist Perspective on Bakshi and Sapir, Gans, and Stopler 517 Susanna Mancini and Michel Rosenfeld Index 531.
|Published:||Oxford, United Kingdom ; Portland, Oregon : Hart Publishing, 2013.|
Hart studies in comparative public law ; v. 2.
|Topics:||Constitutional law - Israel. | Verfassungsrecht. | Law.|
|Regions:||Israel. | Israel.|