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[Hebrew U] Israel Law Review/Forty Years after 1967: Reappraising the Role and Limits of the Legal Discourse on the Occupation
The Israel Law Review was established in 1966. It is a peer-review journal published by the Law Faculty of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The Journal publishes articles and surveys dealing with Israeli law, Israeli criminal justice, and interdisciplinary academic research on Israeli law.

 

http://ilreports.blogspot.com/2008/11/symposium-forty-years-after-1967.html

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Symposium: Forty Years after 1967: Reappraising the Role and Limits of the Legal Discourse on Occupation in the Israeli-Palestinian Context

 
The latest issue of the Israel Law Review (Vol. 41, no. 1, 2008) contains a symposium (based on papers presented at this conference) on "Forty Years after 1967: Reappraising the Role and Limits of the Legal Discourse on Occupation in the Israeli-Palestinian Context." Contents include:
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