The Public Law Forum is a research center in the fields of constitutional law and administrative law for researchers and students of the faculty. The activity of the forum includes conferences and workshops as well as financial support for students.
For details about the Forum please write to Barak Medina or to Yoav Dotan.
- Dr. Margit Cohn
- Prof. Yoav Dotan
- Prof. Michael Karayanni
- Prof. Barak Medina
- Ronen Polliack
- Dr. Re’em Segev
- Prof. Yuval Shani
- Prof. Shimon Shetreet
- Dr. Keren Weinshall-Margel
PUBLIC LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS RESEARCH WORKSHOP, SEMESTER 2, 2017
CONVENOR: PROFESSOR MARGIT COHN
WEDNESDAYS, 16:30-18:00, ROOM 119
The Relationship between Canada and Indigenous People: Past, Present and Future. Public Lecture, the Halbert Centre for Canadian Studies, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Note: special event, room 502, Meiersdorf Club.
Justice Frank Iacobucci, Supreme Court of Canada (retired)
Constitutionalism in the Shadow of Populist Politics.
Alon Harel, Hebrew University
Constitutional Design Without Constitutional Moments: Lessons from Religiously Divided Societies
Hani Lerner, Tel Aviv University
The Vulnerability of Dual Citizenship: From Supranational Subject to Citizen to Subject?
Kim Rubenstein, Australian National College of Law
Action Expresses Priorities: Judicial Anti-Corruption Enforcement Can Enhance Electoral Accountability
Yoav Dotan, Hebrew University
The functions of the Chilean Contraloría General de la República and the procedure of toma de razón
Gabriel Bocksang Hola, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
Social Impact Discrimination: Religious Communities and the Regulation of the Liberal Risk
Netta Barak-Coren, Hebrew University
Adjudicating Women’s Exclusion in Israel: The First Thirty Years
Yofi Tirosh, Tel Aviv University
The Patronizing Trap: Constitutional Rights,
Amnon Reichman, Haifa University
Rights Without Resources: The Impact of Constitutional Social Rights on Social Spending
Mila Versteeg, University of Virginia
Current U.S. Immigration Policy: From Lady Liberty to Terrified Trump
Peter Schuck, Yale University
All Roads Lead to Strasbourg?:
Application of the Margin of Appreciation Doctrine by the European Court of Human Rights and the UN Human Rights Committee
Yuval Shani, Hebrew University
Barak Medina, Hebrew University