TAU Law Review Volume 36


Romy Martin, Yuval Naim and Omri Rachum-Twaig, A foreword to the “Foreword”

Foreword and Responses

  • Menachem Mautner,  Liberalism in Israel: “Good Persons”, “Bad Citizens”, and the Conditions of Human Flourishing
  • Orna Ben-Naftali, The Black Box of Israeli Liberalism
  • Yishai Blank, On the Limits of Positive Rights in Israeli Law


  • Avihay Dorfman, Respect for Persons and Constitutional Law in Israel
  • Barak Atiram, Deducting Wage Expenses: On Discrimination, Excessive Executive Compensation and Bribery
  • Amit Pundik, Between Coercion and Deception: Rape by Deception in respect to the Perpetrator’s Identity
  • Ruth Zafran, Child Welfare Expert Opinions’ – Another Reason for Parental Responsibility Law Reform
  • Faina Milman-Sivan, Prohibited Labor: Between the Private and Public Realms, a Decade After Sadot
  • Mordechai Halpert and Boaz Sangero, Towards Safety in the Criminal Justice System
  • Omer Kimhi, Bankruptcy Law in Israel – Between the Traditional and Economic Approaches
  • Tsilly Dagan and Avital Margalit, Taxing Communities: The Taxation of the Traditional and the Renewed Kibbutz
  • Aviad Bakshi and Gideon Sapir, Justifying the Nation State: On the Lack of Nation-State Considerations in Judicial Rulings on the Citizenship and Entry into Israel (Temporary Order) Law (5763-2003)


Full text articles in Hebrew is available here.

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