New Articles: Book Symposium on Dotan’s Lawyering for the Rule of Law

Jerusalem Review of Legal Studies, volume 11; special section: Book Symposium on Yoav Dotan’s Lawyering for the Rule of Law: Government Lawyers and the Rise of Judicial Power in Israel

 

Table of Contents

An Introduction to Lawyering for the Rule of Law
Malcolm M. Feeley
pp. 1-5

Reflections on Cause Lawyering, Courts, and Social Change: A Comment on Lawyering for the Rule of Law
Anna-Maria Marshall
pp. 6-14

The Key Role of Government Lawyers: Discussion of Lawyering for the Rule of Law Charles R. Epp
pp. 15-19

Can Government Lawyers Save Us? A Comment on Lawyering for the Rule of Law

Gad Barzilai
pp. 20-25

Administrative Litigation and the Rule of Law in Israel and the United States: A Comment on Lawyering for the Rule of Law
Edward L. Rubin
pp. 26-41

Lawyering for ‘The Rule of Law’ or ‘Lawyering for the Court’?—A Response to Barzilai, Epp, Rubin, and Marshall
Yoav Dotan
pp. 42-50

 

 

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