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תולדות הפרופסיה המשפטית בארץ-ישראל
מקורות מחקריים

רשימת מקורות מחקריים מגוונים אודות הפרופסיה המשפטית בא"י – על עורכי דין, שופטים, בתי משפט, מאבק הנשים על הזכות לשמש עו"ד בארץ-ישראל בתקופת המנדט, ועל אודות השתלבותן בפרופסיה המשפטית.

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Amir Gal and Ben Ze’ev Naama, “Lawyers in transition – Palestinian Arab lawyers in the first decade of the Jewish state”, Continuity and Change 35 (2020) 371-392


Bar-On, Shani and David De Vries. "'In the Procrustean Bed of Professionalism': Lawyers and the Making of the Histadrut Workers' Tribunals in 1920s-1930s Palestine." Labor, Society and Law 8 (2001): 15-42 (Hebrew).


Barak-Erez, Daphne. “Collective Memory and Judicial Legitimacy: The Historical Narrative of the Israeli Supreme Court" Canadian Journal of Law and Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Societe, Vol. 16, pp. 93-112, 2001.


Ben-David, Yosef. The Social Structure of the Liberal Professions in Israel (1956) (unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) (Hebrew).  


Blum, Shimon-Erez. The "Juridical Underground": The Involvement of Jewish Lawyers in the Zionist Struggle in 1938-1947 in Mandatory Palestine (2012) (unpublished Ph.D dissertation, Tel -Aviv University (Hebrew). 

Blum, Shimon-Erez.  Advocating for a National Cause During the Rebel: Attorneys Max Seliegman and Max Kreachman's Integration in IZL Resistance Against the British in 1945-1947 in Mandate Palestine (2005) (unpublished LL.M. thesis, Tel Aviv University) (Hebrew).

Brun, Nathan. Law, Emotions and Politics: Judges and Lawyers Between the British Mandate and the State of Israel. Tel Aviv: Steimatzky (2014) (Hebrew).  

Brun, Nathan. Judges and Lawyers in Eretz Israel: Between Constantinople and Jerusalem, 1900-1930. Jerusalem: The Hebrew University Magnes Press (2008) (Hebrew).

Cohen, Uri. "The School of Law and Economics in Tel Aviv, 1935-1948: The Hopeless Pursuit of Political-Academic Legitimacy." Bar-Ilan Law Studies 25(1) (2009): 112-179 (Hebrew).


Katvan Eyal, “The “Overcrowding the Profession” Argument and the Professional Melting Pot”, International Journal of the Legal Profession (2013). 

Katvan, Eyal. “Overcrowding the Profession” – An Artificial Argument?. 3(3) Oñati Socio-legal Series [online], (2013) 409.

Katvan, Eyal, Ruth Halperin-Kadarri and Tamar Trau-Zitinsky. First Women Lawyers in Palestine, 1930-1948. Tel Aviv: n.p. (2009) (Hebrew).

Katvan, Eyal., Halperin-Kaddari, Ruth, “The Feminist Proposal is really Ridiculous”"Women’s Battle to Become Advocates in Pre-State Israel”, 25 Mechkarey Mishpat [Bar-Ilan Law Studies] (2009) 237 (in Hebrew).  

Katvan, Eyal., “No more “Decorative Parsley”: The Struggle for Judicial Appointments for Women”, 32 Iyuney Mishpat (Tel-Aviv University Law Journal) (2010) 69 (in Hebrew).

Katvan, Eyal.  “Women in the Professions in Mandate Palestine”, 34 Nashim Journal  2019.

Katvan, Eyal, Halperin-Kaddari, Ruth, “”When the Woman Becomes a Lawyer”: Rosa Ginzberg and Her Battle to Become a Lawyer in Pre-State Israel”, One Law for Men and Women: Women and Law during the British Mandate (ed. Eyal Katvan, Margalit Shilo, Ruth Halperin-Kaddari) (2010) 253 (in Hebrew).

Katvan Eyal, "Women in a Man's Toga: Women's Entrance into and Integration within the Legal Profession in Eretz-Israel and in Israel", Gender in Israel A (2011) 263 (in Hebrew).

Katvan Eyal, "The Entry and Integration of Women into Judicial Positions in Israel" in Gender and Judging (Ulrike Schultz, Gisela Shaw, Hart Publishing) (2013) 83. 

Katvan, Eyal. and Halperin-Kaddari, Ruth. “Women's entry and integration into Israel's legal Academia – History, Story, Non-Story and the MEN(tor)”, in Gender and Careers in the Legal Academy (ed. By Ulrike Schultz, 2021).

Katvan, Eyal, Halperin-Kaddari, Ruth, “Rosa Ginossar”, in Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia (Jerusalem, Shalvi Publishing, 2006).

katvan Eyal, Zer-Gutman Limor, Ziv Neta, “Lawyers in Israel: Numbers, Make-Up and Modes of Practices - What Can Facts tell us about the State of the Profession?”, in Lawyers in Society (ed. By Richard Abel, Ulrike Schultz, Hilary Sommerlad and Ole Hammerslev, Hart Publishing, 2020).


Likhovski, Assaf. "Law Studies at the Hebrew University During the Period of the Mandate." In Hagit Lavski ed. The History of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem: A Period of Consolidation and Growth. Jerusalem: The Hebrew University Magnes Press (2005): 543-571 (Hebrew).


Likhovski, Assaf. Colonialism, Nationalism and Legal Education: The Case of Mandatory Palestine." In Ron Harris, Alexandre (Sandy) Kedar, Assaf Likhovski and Pnina Lahav eds. The History of Law in a Multi-Cultural Society: Israel 1917-1967. Aldershot: Ashgate (2002): 75-93. 

Likhovski, Assaf. Legal Education in Mandatory Palestine." Tel Aviv University Law Review 25(2) (2001): 291-342 (Hebrew).


Likhovski, Assaf. "Arab Lawyers and French Identity in Mandatory Palestine." Bar-Ilan Law Studies 25(1) (2009): 213-235 (Hebrew). 


Likhovski, Assaf. Law and Identity in Mandate Palestine (Chapel Hill, N.C : University of North Carolina Press, 2006)


Likhovski, Assaf. “Likrat Historyah shel ha-Miktso‘ot ha-Hofshiyim be-Yisrael,” (Toward a History of the Professions in Israel) [a book review of Neta Ziv, Mi Yishmor ‘al-Shomrey ha-Mishpat: ‘Orkhey Din be-Yisrael beyn Medinah, Shuk ve-Hevrah Ezrahit], Yisrael: Ktav ‘Et le-Heker ha-Tsiyonut u-Medinat Yisrael-Historyah, Tarbut, Hevrah 25 (2018): 301–306. 

Likhovski, Assaf. "Peripheral Vision: Polish-Jewish Lawyers and Early Israeli Law." Law and History Review 36(2) (2018): 235-266


Likhovski, Assaf. “'The Time Has Not Yet Come to Repair the World in the Kingdom of God': Israeli Lawyers and the Failed Jewish Legal Revolution of 1948,” in Jews and the Law (Ari Mermelstein et al. eds., New Orleans: Quid Pro Press, 2014), 359–383. Hebrew version: “Beyn Shney ‘Olamot: Moreshet ha-Mishpat ha-Mandatori bi-Medinat Yisra'el be-Reshitah,” in Yerushalayim bi-Tkufat ha-Mandat: Ha-‘Asiyah veha-Moreshet (Yehoshua Ben Arieh ed., Jerusalem: Yad Ben Zvi Press, 2003), 253–286.


Rabinovitch, Pinhas. Truth and Lies in Court: The Memoir of a Lawyer. Jerusalem: Shashar (1992) (Hebrew).




Rubin, Avi. Ottoman Nizamiye Courts: Law and Modernity (2011)


Sagy, Yair. "The Missing Link: Legal Historical Institutionalism and the Israeli High Court of Justice." Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law 31 (2015): 1-30.  

Salzberger, Eli M., "The Israeli Jurists Conspiracy – On the Israeli Bar and its Allies", 32 Mishpatim (2001), 45-95 (Hebrew).  

Salzberger, Eli M. and Fania Oz-Salzberger. "The Hidden German Origins of the Israeli Supreme Court." In Daniel Gutwein and Menachem Mautner eds. Law and History. Jerusalem: The Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History (1999): 357-394 (Hebrew). 

Sela-Sheffy, Rakefet. "Integration Through Distinction: German-Jewish Immigrants, the Legal Profession and Patterns of Bourgeois Culture in British-Ruled Jewish Palestine." Journal of Historical Sociology 19 (2006): 34-59.

Sela-Sheffy, Rakefet. "The Jekes in the Legal Field and Bourgeois Culture in Pre-Israel British Palestine." Iyunim Bitkumat Israel: Studies in Zionism, the Yishuv and the State of Israel 13 (2003): 295-322 (Hebrew).


Shamir Ronen. The Colonies of Law: Colonialism, Zionism and Law in Early Mandate Palestine (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000)

Shamir, Ronen. "Nation-Building and Colonialism: The Case of Jewish Lawyers in Palestine." International Journal of the Legal Profession 8(2) (2002): 109-130.


Strasmann, Gavriel. Wearing the Robes: A History of the Legal Profession until 1962. Tel Aviv: The Israel Bar-Publishing House (1985) (Hebrew).


Strawson, John. "Orientalism and Legal Education in the Middle East: Reading Frederic Goadby’s Introduction to the Study of Law." Legal Studies 21 (2001): 663-678.


Witkon, Alfred. Justice and the Judiciary. Jerusalem: Schocken (1988) (Hebrew).

Ziv, Neta. Who Will Guard the Guardians of Laws? Lawyers in Israel Between the State, Market and the Civil Society. Tel Aviv: Hakibbutz Hameuchad (2015) (Hebrew).

גיא לוריא, "מינוי שופטי ערבי לבתי המשפט בישראל", משפט וממשל 16, 307 (2015)

Ziv, Neta. "Combining Professionalism, Nation Building and Public Service: The Professional Project of the Israeli Bar, 1928-2002." Fordham Law Review 71(4) (2003): 1621-1667.

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