What good are profound values if we don’t know how to put them into action?

Warren Goldstein
Sept. 20 2021 12:01AM

Realism, shmealism.

Haym Soloveitchik
Jan. 25 2021 12:01AM

Law professors are among the least religious of university faculty.

Mark Movsesian
June 30 2020 12:01AM

Improving Israeli law in the era of big data and smart appliances.

Aviad Hacohen and Gabi Siboni
Feb. 6 2019 12:01AM

In some ways, halakhah is more about social norms than about law.

Nov. 2 2018 12:01AM

A 14th-century rabbinic debate on the purpose of the legal system.

Feb. 9 2018 12:01AM

The Jewish state is unique both in the strength of its democracy and in the self-assurance of the judges who challenge its democracy. It may be fated to remain so.

Dec. 19 2016 12:01AM

How Israel’s supreme court has effected its own constitutional revolution—and thereby undermined public confidence in the rule of law.

Dec. 5 2016 12:01AM

From Maimonides to Microsoft.

Roberta Rosenthal Kwall
Aug. 23 2016 12:01AM

Even in America, religion can inform law.

Matthew Franck
June 28 2016 12:01AM

Remembering Antonin “Nino” Scalia.

Nathan Lewin
Feb. 16 2016 12:01AM

How an American terror victim’s father won a groundbreaking settlement.

M. R. O’Connor
Jan. 26 2016 12:01AM

Can a person bear witness against himself?

Jan. 26 2016 12:01AM

Network neutrality vs. Brooklyn’s Ḥaredim.

Arielle Roth
Jan. 14 2016 12:01AM