Prof. ucz. dr hab. Jakub Urbanik

Faculty of Law and Administration. Chair of Roman Law and the Law of Antiquity

Summer School in Israeli Law

n collaboration with Tel Aviv University Buchman Faculty of Law

and with generous support of the Republic of Poland Ministry of Science and Higher Education’s

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USOS Link and Description

9–18. September 2019, Room 403 Collegium Iuridicum I (3rd floor, west staircase).

The course offers a cursive introduction to a unique legal system of mixed jurisdiction, deeply rooted in the continental tradition, yet applied the Anglo-American way. It will tackle the constitutional challenges: citizenship and nationality dilemmas and the role of the religion(s) in the state legal system. International criminal law will be discussed in the context of a conflict circumstances as well as the historical antecedents. The course would also cover procedural issues, by discussing various social dilemmas that arise with regard to the way courts determine factual findings and how these dilemmas shape evidence law. Private and commercial law will be discussed, as well socio-economic rights and legal equality in a mixed society.  Each module will require some moderate preparation/self-study with the provided materials (ca 50 pages reading).

 

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the course students are able to

 

Module 1: Introduction to Israeli Law
Shani Schnitzer, TAU Buchman Faculty of Law

 

Module 2Israeli Constitutionalism
Elyakim Rubinstein, late Justice and Vice-President of the Supreme Court

 

Module 3: Israeli Corporate Law
Prof. Sharon Hannes, TAU Buchman Faculty of Law

 

Module 4: Law and Religious Law in the State of Israel
Prof. Melech Westreich, TAU Buchman Faculty of Law

 

Module 5: Israeli Family Law
Prof. Daphna Hacker, TAU Buchman Faculty of Law

 

Module 6: Equality and Socio-Economic Rights in Israel
Prof. Aeyal Gross, TAU Buchman Faculty of Law

Schedule

Monday, 9 September

Room 209, Collegium Iuridicum I (1st floor, middle staircase)

9 am: Opening

Prof. Tomasz Giaro, Dean of the Faculty of Law and Administration

 

Room 403 Collegium Iuridicum I (3rd floor, west staircase).

9.30 am–11 am;  Shani Schnitzer, Introduction to Israeli Law I

11.15 am–12.45 pm;  Shani Schnitzer, Introduction to Israeli Law II

1 pm–2.30 pm: Justice E. Rubinstein, Israeli Constitutionalism I

 

Tuesday, 10 September

9.00 am–10.30am: Justice E. Rubinstein, Israeli Constitutionalism II

10.45 am–12.15 pm:  Prof. Sharon Hannes, Israeli Corporate Law I

12.30 pm–2 pm: Prof. Sharon Hannes, Israeli Corporate Law II

 

Wednesday, 11 September

9.00 am–10.30am: Justice E. Rubinstein, Israeli Constitutionalism II

10.45 am–12.15 pm:  Prof. Sharon Hannes, Israeli Corporate Law III

12.30 am–2.00 pm: Prof. Melech Westreich,  Law and Religious Law in the State of Israel I

 

 

Thursday, 12 September

9.00 am–10.30 pm: Prof. Melech Westreich,  Law and Religious Law in the State of Israel II

10.45 am–12.15 pm: Prof. Melech Westreich,  Law and Religious Law in the State of Israel III

 

Sunday, 15 September

9.00 am–10.30 am:  Prof. Daphna Hacker Israeli Family Law I

10.45 am–12.15 pm: Prof. Daphna Hacker Israeli Family Law II

12.30 pm–2 pm: Prof. Aeyal Gross, Equality and Socio-Economic Rights in Israel I

 

Monday, 16 September

9.00 am–10.30 am: Prof. Daphna Hacker Israeli Family Law III

10.45 am–12.15 pm: Prof. Aeyal Gross, Equality and Socio-Economic Rights in Israel II

12.30 pm–2 pm: Prof. Aeyal Gross, Equality and Socio-Economic Rights in Israel III

 

Wednesday, 18  September

9 am–12.00 pm Exam.