Supreme Court

Government Basic Law Amendment – AG

kohelet 2 Shevat 5783 | 24 January 2023

Proposed Government Basic Law (Amendment – Government Authority in Legal Matters), 2023

The Judiciary Basic Law Amendments

kohelet 2 Shevat 5783 | 24 January 2023

The principle of constitutionality is a meta-principle of administrative law, according to which a public department is authorized to act only within the confines of jurisdiction given to it...

The Israeli government finally has the power to restore balance

Adv. Avraham Shalev 25 Tevet 5783 | 18 January 2023

Israel is unique among Western democracies – it has a self-appointed judiciary that is at the same time legislator, executive as well as drafter and creator of Israel’s constitution....

The lack of checks on the Supreme Court’s powers lies at the root of the cause for judicial reform

Adv. Avraham Shalev 2 Tevet 5783 | 26 December 2022

There are many important differences between Israel and Canada. Canucks are currently freezing in their parkas and toques, while Israelis are still in shorts and sandals. Canadians play hockey,...

What are the checks and balances on the Judicial branch?

kohelet 27 Kislev 5783 | 21 December 2022

Prof. Moshe Koppel, Chairman of the Kohelet Policy Forum participated in the Times of Israel debate on the judicial reforms.

The maritime border deal will take a toll on Israeli democracy

Prof. Eugene Kontorovich 4 Heshvan 5783 | 29 October 2022

gged on by the Biden administration, Israel’s interim government is on the brink of undermining both the country’s security and its constitution by signing a deal that would give...

An interview with Moshe Koppel, chairman of the Kohelet Policy Forum

kohelet 5 Adar II 5782 | 8 March 2022

On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Kohelet’s founding, Prof. Moshe Koppel sat for an interview with Talia Dekel-Fleissig, VP of the Jerusalem Press Club

Selecting Judges to Constitutional Courts – a Comparative Study

kohelet 7 Shevat 5782 | 9 January 2022

What is the appropriate method for selecting Supreme Court justices? That question is one that drives a considerable amount of the public discourse in Israel. Ever since the enactment...

The Declaration of Independence wasn’t meant to be Israel’s constitution

Prof. Eugene Kontorovich 28 Kislev 5782 | 2 December 2021

The article was originally published in Mosaic Magazine In his superb series on Israel’s declaration of independence, Martin Kramer brings to life the circumstances and calculations behind the document’s drafting. This...

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