עמונה. ויקיפדיה. צילום יעקב

Israel’s Settlement Regulations Bill and International Law

Prof. Eugene Kontorovich 22 Kislev 5777 | 22 December 2016

The proposed “Regulation Bill” raises the legal issues within Israeli and International Law regarding Israel's conduct in Judea, Samaria, the Golan Heights and East Jerusalem. Prof. Kontorovich...

Kohelet Forum conference 2016 – Legal consulting in the civil service

Kohelet 2 Heshvan 5777 | 3 November 2016

On October 26 the Kohelet Policy forum held it's annual conference on the status and authority of the Attorney General

Israel Supreme Court

Is it wrong to critique decisions by the Israel Supreme Court?

Prof. Eugene Kontorovich 23 Nisan 5776 | 1 May 2016

Nowhere is criticism of the court more warranted than in the gas decision. Nothing in Israeli law bars such long-term commercial arrangements.


The way Israel decides to appoint judges is none of the EU’s business

Dr. Emmanuel Navon 10 Iyyar 5775 | 29 April 2015

The EU’s unsolicited opinion about the issue of judicial reform in Israel stems from both arrogance and ignorance. In fact, the Judicial reform proposedby the Likud party would make...

Israel Supreme Court

Israel’s Imperious Judiciary

Prof. Moshe Koppel 15 Kislev 5775 | 7 December 2014

Restoring the pre-Barak juridical culture of realism and restraint will be a long process. Students will need to be reintroduced to ideas regarding representative government and limited bureaucracy.

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Israel’s High Court of Justice undermines democracy and sovereignty

Dr. Emmanuel Navon 11 Tishri 5775 | 5 October 2014

The High Court of Justice has imposed higher standards than those of Canada, Australia and of many EU members. This is an affront to Israeli democracy and sovereignty.

Prof Diskin: Supreme court’s decision was “illegal and irrational”

Kohelet 23 Kislev 5774 | 26 November 2013

Prof. Avi Diskin, senior fellow at Kohelet Policy Forum, related in an interview to the IBA News to the supreme court decision to dismiss three mayors despite the fact...


KPF to file amicus brief in Infiltration Law case before Israel Supreme Court

Ariel Erlich 8 Tammuz 5773 | 16 June 2013

KPF asked the supreme court to submit an amicus curiae brief in the appeal against the Infiltration Law. In a detailed document delivered to the court beforehand the forum...

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