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Israeli Legal History: A Bibliography
This bibliography is an updated (January 2014) version of the bibliography
published in The History of Law in a Multi-Cultural Society: Israel. 1917-1967
(Ron Harris, Alexandre Kedar, Assaf Likhovski and Pnina Lahav eds.
Aldershot: Ashgate (2002). It includes secondary (and a few primary) sources
dealing with the legal history of late-Ottoman, and Mandatory Palestine and
Israel between 1948 and 1967. Please send updates/comments/corrections to
the David Berg Institute for Law and History at Tel-Aviv University,
[email protected]
Abou Ramadan, Moussa. The Minorities in Israel and International Law (2001)
(unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Aix-Marseille III University) (French).
Abrams, Norman. "Interpreting the Criminal Code Ordinance, 1936: The Untapped
Well." Israel Law Review 7(1) (1972): 25-64.
Agmon, Iris. "Late-Ottoman Legal Reforms and the Sharia Courts: A Few
Comments on Women, Gender and Family." In Eyal Katvan, Margalit Shilo and
Ruth Halperin-Kadari eds. One Law for Man and Woman: Women, Rights and
Law in Mandatory Palestine. Ramat-Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press (2010):
117-149 (Hebrew).
–––––. "Gender and Social Change: the Shari‘a Court and the Orphan Funds in
Late Ottoman Jaffa and Haifa." In Ruth Roded and Noga Efrati eds. Women and
Gender in the Middle East in the Twentieth Century (2008): 53-70.
–––––. Family and Court: Legal Culture and Modernity in Late Ottoman
Palestine. New York: Syracuse University Press (2006).
–––––. "Recording Procedures and Legal Culture in the Late Ottoman Shari'a Court
of Jaffa, 1865-1890" Islamic Law and Society 11(3) (2004): 333-377.
–––––. "Social Biography of a Late Ottoman Shari'a Judge." New Perspectives on
Turkey 30 (2004): 83-113.
–––––. "Women's History and Ottoman Sharia Court Records: Shifting
Perspectives in Social History" Journal of Women of the Middle East and the
Islamic World 2(2) (2004): 172-209.
–––––. "Text, Court, and Family in Late-Nineteenth-Century Palestine" in Beshara
Doumani ed. Family History in the Middle East: Household, Property and
Gender New York: State University of New-York Press (2003): 201-228.
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–––––. "Women, Class, and Gender: Muslim Jaffa and Haifa at the Turn of the
20th Century." International Journal of Middle East Studies 30 (1998): 477500.
–––––. "Muslim Women in Court according to the Sijill of Late Ottoman Jaffa and
Haifa: Some Methodological Notes" in Amira El-Azhary Sonbol ed. Women the
Family and Divorce Laws in Islamic History. New York: Syracuse University
Press (1996): 126-140.
–––––. "The Beduin tribes of the Hula and Baysan valleys at the end of the
Ottoman Rule according to Wilayat Bayrut" International Journal of Turkish
Studies 5(1/2) (1990): 47-69. [Also published in Hebrew in Cathedra 45 (1987):
87-102].
–––––. "Foreign Trade as a Catalyst of Change in the Arab Economy in Palestine
(1879-1914)" Cathedra 41 (1986): 107-132 (Hebrew).
Ahronson, Shlomo. "A Constitution for Israel: David Ben-Gurion's British Model."
Politics 2 (1998): 9-30 (Hebrew).
Ajzenstadt, Mimi. "The Jewish Women's Equal Rights Association of Palestine and
its Struggle to Establish the Role of 'Mother of the Family' in Pre-State Israel,
1919-1948." In Eyal Katvan, Margalit Shilo and Ruth Halperin-Kadari eds. One
Law for Man and Woman: Women, Rights and Law in Mandatory Palestine.
Ramat-Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press (2010): 57-85 (Hebrew).
–––––. "Reactions to Juvenile Delinquency in Israel, 1950-1970: A Social
Narrative." Journal of Policy History 17(4) (2005): 404-424
–––––. "Crime, Social Control and the Process of Social Classification: Juvenile
Delinquency/Justice Discourse in Israel, 1948-1970." Social Problems 49(4)
(2002): 585-604.
–––––. "Criminological Discourse and Civil Society in Israel, 1948-1968." In
Alfredo Mordechai Rabello and Andrea Zanotti eds. Developments in European,
Italian and Israeli Law. Milano: Dott. A. Giuffre` (2001): 461-472.
–––––. "The Construction of Juvenile Delinquency in Light of Normality, Palestine
1922-1944." Megamot 41(1-2) (2001): 71-96 (Hebrew).
–––––."The Struggle for Women's Rights: The Story of Sara Thon." Society and
Welfare 50(3) (2000): 404-406 (Hebrew).
–––––. "Constructing Juvenile Delinquency: The Socio-Legal Control of Young
Offenders in Israel, 1930-1975." In Arja Jokinen, Kirsi Juhlia and Tarja Poso
eds. Constructing Social Work Practices. Aldershot: Ashgate (1999): 193-214.
Ajzenstadt, Mimi and Odeda Steinberg. "The Feminization of the Female Offender:
Israeli Newspaper Reports of Crimes Committed by Women." Women and
Criminal Justice 8(4) (1997): 57-77.
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–––––. "The Elasticity of the Law: Treating Girls in Distress in Israel through the
Shadow of the Law." The British Journal of Criminology 35(2) (1995): 236247.
Ajzenstadt, Mimi and Zeev Rosenhek. "Privatization and new Modes of State
Intervention: The Long-Term Care Program in Israel." Journal of Social Policy
29(2) (2000): 247-262.
Almog, Oz. "From 'Our Right over the Land of Israel' to 'Civil Rights' and from
'Jewish State' to 'Lawful State': The Revolution of Law in Israel and its Cultural
Meanings." Alpaym 18 (1999): 77-132 (Hebrew).
Aloni, Omer. 'For There Is Peace in The Village': Reflections of Orientalist
Perspectives in Early Israeli Law (2012) (unpublished M.A. Thesis, Tel-Aviv
University) (Hebrew).
Bar-On, Shani. The Center-Periphery Relationship in the Histadrut in the 1920s
and 1930s: The Case of the Comrades’ Courts (1998) (unpublished M.A.
Thesis, Tel-Aviv University) (Hebrew).
Bar-On, Shani and David De Vries. "'In the Procrustean Bed of Professionalism':
Lawyers and the Making of the Histadrut Workers' Tribunals in 1920s-1930s
Palestine." Labor, Society and Law 8 (2001): 15-42 (Hebrew).
Barak, Aharon. "Israeli Legal History." In Harris Ron, Alexandre (Sandy) Kedar,
Assaf Likhovski and Pnina Lahav eds. The History of Law in a Multi-Cultural
Society: Israel 1917-1967. Aldershot: Ashgate (2002): 383-389.
–––––. "The Tradition and Culture of the Israeli Legal System." In Alfredo
Mordechai Rabello ed. European Legal Traditions and Israel. Jerusalem: The
Harry and Michael Sacher Institute for Legislative Research and Comparative
Law, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1994): 473-498.
–––––. "The Israeli Legal System: Tradition and Culture." Hapraklit 40(2) (1992):
197-217 (Hebrew).
Barak, Aharon et al. eds. Sussman Book: In Memory of Yoel HaCohen Sussman,
President of the Supreme Court. Jerusalem: n.p. (1984) (Hebrew).
Includes the following articles: Haim H. Cohen "Introduction," 1-34; Eulogies of
justice Sussman by Shimon Agranat, Amnon Goldberg, Yitzhak Zamir and
Moshe Nissim, 37-51.
Barak, Aharon and Chaim Berenson eds. Berenson Book – volume 3: Golal.
Jerusalem: Nevo Publishers (2007) (Hebrew). Includes the following articles:
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Michael Cheshin "Columbus's Egg," 13-21, Gidon Alon "Tzvi Berenson's
Garden of Eden," 29-32.
–––––. Berenson Book – volume 2. Jerusalem: Nevo Publishers (2000) (Hebrew).
Includes the following articles: Yizhak Zamir "In Honour of Judge Tzvi
Berenson," 13-25; Menahem Goldberg "Tzvi Berenson's Contribution to the
Labor Law," 27-42.
–––––. Berenson Book – volume 1. Jerusalem: Nevo Publishers (1997) (Hebrew).
Includes the following articles: Aharon Barak "Introduction", 15-27; Memories,
31-145; Essays, 149-232.
Barak, Aharon and Elinoar Mazoz eds. Landau Book – volume 1. Tel Aviv: Bursi
(1995) (Hebrew). Includes the following articles: Aharon Barak "Introduction,"
11-12; Essays and Lectures: 17-148; Eulogy of Izhak Olshan: 151-154; of Izhak
Kahan: 155-156; of Uri Yadin: 157-161; of Shimon Agranat: 163-164; Reports
of Public Committees: 167-341.
–––––. Landau Book – volume 2. Tel Aviv: Bursi (1995) (Hebrew). Includes the
following articles: Meir Shamgar "On the Chief Judge Moshe Landau," 515516; Miryam Naor "Chief Judge Moshe Landau – on His Way as a Judge and
his Rulings," 517-528; Elyakim Rubinstein "The Golden Path – On Chief Judge
Moshe Landau's Way in Law and in Fulfilling Zionism," 529-564; Gavriel Bach
"Thoughts and Reflections 30 years after the Eichmann Trial," 567-585; AsherFelix Landa "Once upon a Time: The State Attorney in the 1950s," 587-591.
Barak, Aharon and Menashe Shawa eds. An Offering for Yitzhak: A Festschrift in
Honour of Judge Yitzhak Shilo on his 80 th Birthday. Jerusalem: The Israeli Bar
Press (1999) (Hebrew). Includes the article: Guy Shilo "An Interview with Judge
Yitzhak Shilo," 15-28.
Barak, Aharon and Tana Spanic eds. In Memoriam Uri Yadin – volume 2.
Jerusalem: Bursi (1999) (Hebrew). Includes the article: Yehudit Karp "The
Legal Council: A Legislative Genesis," 209-255.
–––––. In Memoriam Uri Yadin - volume 1. Jerusalem: Bursi (1990) (English and
Hebrew). Includes the following articles: Moshe Landau "Eulogy of Uri Yadin,"
11-14;"Uri Yadin's Diary," 17-63; "Uri Yadin's talks in the radio 1948-1950,"
65-129; Uri Yadin "Sources and Tendencies of Israel Law," 339-349;
"Reception and Rejection of English Law in Israel," 349-362; "Judicial
Lawmaking in Israel," 363-377; "From Piecemeal Legislation to a Modern Code
(The Israeli Experience)," 377-383; "Is Codification an Outmoded Form of
Legislation?" 384-391; "The Public Corporation in Israel," 392-423.
Barak-Erez, Daphne. "Women and Law in Israel: From British Mandate to
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Law for Man and Woman: Women, Rights and Law in Mandatory Palestine.
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–––––. Outlawed Pigs: Law, Religion, and Culture in Israel. Madison: University
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–––––. "The Transformation of the Pig Laws: From a National Symbol to a
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–––––. "And Thou Shalt Tell Thy Son: History and Memory in the Court." TelAviv University Law Review 26(2) (2003): 773-802 (Hebrew).
–––––.Milestone Judgments of the Israeli Supreme Court. Tel-Aviv: Defense
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–––––. (ed.). First Judgments: Reflections upon Decisions of the Israeli Supreme
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Bareli, Avi and Nir Kedar, Israeli Statehood. Jerusalem: The Israel Democracy
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Bechor, Guy. Constitution for Israel. Or-Yehuda: Ma'ariv Library (1996)
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Ben-Artzi, Yossi, Ruth Kark, and Ran Aaronsohn . "Function of Jewish Settlement
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Ben-Porat, Miriam. Through the Robe. Jerusalem: Keter (2010) (Hebrew).
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–––––. The Genesis of the Anglo-Israel Association. London: Anglo-Israel
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–––––. Mandate Memories: 1918-1948. London: Hogarth Press (1965).
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–––––. "The Palestine Criminal Code." The Howard Journal of Criminal Justice
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–––––. A Wanderer in the Promised Land. London: Soncino (1932).
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–––––. "Law, the Military, and Communal Interpretation of Prostitution in
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–––––. Transformative Justice: Israeli Identity on Trial. Ann Arbor: The
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–––––. "Justice or Reconciliation? The Politicisation of the Holocaust in the
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