law

Inconsistency on int’l law, history underpin Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict

The complexity of the dispute has implications for many other similar conflicts • The Golan Heights is part of Syria not because of some ancient connection, but because France and the UK decided so.

Israeli legal adviser appointed vice chair of UN Legal Affairs Committee

Sarah Weiss Maudi is the first Israeli woman to ever hold this position, and will represent the Western Europe and Others Group (WEOG) of nations in the committee.

Alan Dershowitz
The Biblical command to pursue justice is as relevant today as it ever was

My bar mitzvah portion 69 years ago commanded we pursue ‘justice, justice.’

Israeli, UAE law firms to collaborate on framework for business ties

The presentations will largely focus on taxation, banking, the structure of the legal system and business opportunities in their respective countries.

22/08/2020
Sharon peace may have delayed legal case, Bibi’s won’t – why not?

There are many crucial differences between Sharon and Netanyahu’s cases, not the least of which is that Sharon died mid-investigation.

Parashat Shoftim: Kingship – for a fair justice system

The king is not a god and has no special rights.

By SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
19/08/2020
The law courts in Tel Aviv
Coronavirus has upended family law in Israel

There are more laws regulating family relationships than almost any other sphere of law.

By HAIM KATZ , ALUMA KATZ-BAR
05/08/2020
Trump announces surge of federal agents into Chicago, Albuquerque to combat crime

The program involves deploying federal law enforcement agents to assist local police.

By REUTERS
22/07/2020
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