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TitleThe judge in a democracy
Author Aharon Barak
Imprint Princeton, N.J. ; Woodstock : Princeton University Press, 2006
Descript xxi, 332 p. ; 24 cm


pt. 1. The role of the judge. -- Bridging the gap between law and society -- Protecting the Constitution and democracy -- pt. 2. The means of realizing the judicial role. -- Preconditions for realizing the judicial role -- The meaning of means -- Interpretation -- The development of the common law -- Balancing and weighing -- Non-justiciability, or "political questions" -- Standing -- Comparative law -- The judgment -- pt. 3. The relationship between the court and the other branches of the state. -- Tension among the branches -- The relationship between the judiciary and the legislature -- The relationship between the judiciary and the executive -- pt. 4. Evaluation of the role of a judge in a democracy -- Acivism and self-restraint -- The judicial role and the problem of terrorism -- The role of the judge: theory, practice, and the future

Israel. Bet ha-mishpat ha-‘elyon. Judges Judicial process Law -- Interpretation and construction Judicial power Judges -- Israel Judicial power -- Israel Judge-made law -- Israel Courts -- Israel

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