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The Israeli Legal System; Chief Characteristics of the System; the Court System and Structure; the Legal Profession; Official Statutory and Regulatory Sources; Unofficial Translations; Major Compliations; Legal Commentaries; Law Journals; Legal Databases --- Ruth Levush --- site maintained by LLRX.com
Discusses both secondary and primary sources including the Written Law, the Oral Law, the Talmud, Law Codes, Responsa ('written rabbinical opinions on legal disputes or issues') and Contemporary Treatises --- site maintained by University of Miami School of Law
' ... the work of the Knesset is to be subject to three factors: laws, the Knesset Rules of Procedure, which include the regulations regarding the everyday running of the Knesset's work, and 'accepted custom and procedure' in the Knesset, in the event that a particular issue is not dealt with by either the law or the rules of procedure.' --- Information available in Hebrew, Arabic, English and Russian
This bibliography covers such topics as the First Amendment Rights of Jewish Prisoners, Kosher Fraud Statutes, Jewish Divorce, Rabbinical Courts, Religious Prenuptial Agreements, Capital Punishment in Jewish Law, the Eruv, New York Get Legislation and Teaching Jewish Law in American Law Schools --- site maintained by jlaw.com