Vol. 41 (3) 259 pages Price US $ 40
This symposium contains articles originally presented in a conference organized by the Minerva Center for Human Rights held in November 2007 in honor of Prof. David Kretzmer (one of the founders and past directors of the Minerva Center) upon his retirement from active teaching at The Hebrew University Law Faculty. The choice of article topics is also largely reflective of Prof. Kretzmer’s areas of interests, including minority rights, challenging the executive in times of emergency, and the co-application of international human rights law and international humanitarian law.
Vol. 40 (3) 190 pages Price: US $40
This issue includes commentaries and responses to six lectures, the Hourani Lectures, Prof. McMahan delivered at the University of Buffalo in November of 2006 and is the basis for an Oxford University Press publication provisionally called The Morality and Law of War.
Vol. 40 (1-2) 363 pages Price: US $50
The parallel applicability of international humanitarian law and international human rights law has become in recent years part of the legal orthodoxy in international law. Although the ICJ has recognized the lex specialis nature of IHL in armed conflicts, complex questions pertaining to the applicability of the lex specialis rule remain. This issue examines the problems and challenges generated by the increased acceptance of the doctrine of parallel application.
Vol. 38 (1-2) 2005 417 pages Price: US $40
Devoted to the discussion of the two judicial opinions relating to the separation barrier being constructed by the State of Israel: the judgment of the Israel High Court of Justice in the Beit Sourik Village Council v. the Government of Israel and the Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice on the Legal Consequences of the Construction of a Wall in the Occupied Palestinians Territory.
Vol. 37 (2-3) 2003-2004 398 pages Price: US $40
In the Memory of Haim H. Cohn: A series of articles and book reviews published approximately three years after this well-known and well-thought of lawyer and jurist’s passing at the age of 92. The richness of the contents of this volume illustrates the immense variety and broadness of Haim H. Cohn’s life, interests, achievements and contributions.
Vol. 36 (3) 2002 266 pages Price: US $25
Refusals to Serve—Political Dissent in the Israel Defense Forces: A series of articles and comments discuss the challenges faced by the Israeli society in deciding if a citizen called to serve in the IDF should be allowed to express his ideological dissent by refusing to serve in specific missions.
Vol. 35:2-3 (2001) 353 pages Price: US $35
Social Science in the Law: A series of articles from a conference that sought to provide a forum for debate regarding the role of social science in the law and a setting for illustrating the relevance of social science to understanding legal institutions and the decisions they make.
Vol. 31:1-3 (1997) 700 pages Price: US $45
Rights of the Accused, Crime Control and Protection of Victims: Papers examining the evidentiary and procedural aspects of the tension between effective protection from crime and the rights of the accused.
Vol. 28:2-3 (1994) 370 pages Price: US $35
The Peace Process: A series of articles on a variety of aspects of the negotiations and agreements between the State of Israel, the PLO and Jordan, including the full text of all the major relevant documents.
Vol. 23:2-3 (1989) 265 pages
Symposium on the Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the Methods of Investigation of the General Security Service Regarding Hostile Terrorist Activity: The Landau Commission Report.