What good are profound values if we don’t know how to put them into action?
Law professors are among the least religious of university faculty.
Improving Israeli law in the era of big data and smart appliances.
In some ways, halakhah is more about social norms than about law.
A 14th-century rabbinic debate on the purpose of the legal system.
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.
How Israel’s supreme court has effected its own constitutional revolution—and thereby undermined public confidence in the rule of law.
From Maimonides to Microsoft.
Even in America, religion can inform law.
Remembering Antonin “Nino” Scalia.
How an American terror victim’s father won a groundbreaking settlement.
Can a person bear witness against himself?
Network neutrality vs. Brooklyn’s Ḥaredim.