Law, Society & Culture
Law, Society & Culture (LSC) is a book series which seeks to foster and advance interdisciplinary research of the place of law in various cultural, social, political, historical, philosophical and ethical contexts, and is dedicated to the memory of Haim J. Zaduk (1913-2002), a prominent Israeli government and legal figure – former Minister of Justice and Minister of Trade and Industry.
Realizing the growing interest for dialogue and analysis that take into consideration multiple academic disciplines, the book series inspires to provide its readers a unique platform for discovery and exposure to leading scholarly research of current legal issues.
The series is produced and distributed by the Buchmann Faculty of Law, however includes contributions from researchers of other departments at TAU and at various universities around the country. It is usually published once a year, with each book typically consisting of 10-14 articles, devoted to a specific legal topic.
LSC's editorial board comprises a group of exceptional undergraduate students, working under the supervision of a designated academic advisory committee, which is headed by its chief-editor, Prof. Menachem Mautner.
Articles from previous books are available in Hebrew here.