Volume 3

 

Vol. 3 

Contents


Ofer Sitbon

Foreword

 

William L. F. Felstiner, Richard L. Abel &  Austin Sarat

The Emergence and Transformation of Disputes: Naming, Blaming, Claming...

 

Daphne Barak-Erez

From Perceived Injustices to Legal Remedies: After Naming, Blaming, Claiming

 

Hadar Dancig-Rosenberg & Yifat Ferder

 “The Other Inside Us”: On “Culture-Sensitive” Cause Lawyering

 

Dana Freibach-Heifetz

Cause Lawyering as Grace: The Case of Legal Assistance to Homeless People in the

“Someone to Run with” Project

 

Roni Rothler & Ronen Gil

On the Spectrum and Beyond It: Representing Autistic Persons – Diversity, Abilities,

Rights, and What Lies in Between

 

Sharon Sionov, Shiran Reichenberg & Reut Rosner

Can Anyone Hear Me? On the Gender-Sensitive Representation of Girls in Care

and Supervision Proceedings in Juvenile Courts

 

Aviad Hacohen

“Nicht von Unsere” (“Not One of Ours”): Ethnic Discrimination in Haredi Society

 and the Legal Representation of Disadvantaged Population Groups from Within It

 

Gilad Barnea & Yael Berda

Constitutional Theory, Strategy and Public Interest Lawyering in the Case Annulling

Prison Privatization

 

Efy Michaely

The Public Petitioner and the Court: Lessons from the Case Annulling Prison

Privatization

 

Yousef T. Jabareen

A Decade Since the Qa’adan Judgment: Critical Reflections on Equality

 

Yaacov Ben-Shemesh

Individualism and Post-Nationalism in the Qa’adan Case: a Reply to Yousef Jabareen

 

Eran Golan

Social Change in the Shadow of the Tender Culture, the Commodification of Work and

Judicial Deficiency

 

Roni Katzir

Root-Canal Work for the Basket of Healthcare Services: Extending the Discussion’s

Limits

 

Yofi Tirosh

On Remaining Silent before the Law in the Film Il Y A Longtemps Que Je T’Aime

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