6 Alei Mishpat 1 (2007)

handle is hein.journals/aleimispt6 and id is 1 raw text is: ALEI MISHPAT
THE LAW REVIEW OF THE ACADEMIC COLLEGE OF LAW
Volume 6                        May 2007
E ditorial  N ote  ........................................ ..................................... ...........  5
LECTURES
Notes on the New Class Action Law Stephen Goldstein............................... 7
ARTICLES
The New Agunah: Religious Divorce in Israel Pinhas Shifiman ............................... 27
The Legality of Detention for the Purpose of Interrogation
R inat K itai Sangero  ................. .................. .......................... .........................   47
On Some Aspects of the Powers of the Judge Berachyahu Lifshitz ......................... 75
Discerning Implementation - Theory and Practice of Investigation
Powers and Suspects' Rights Hagit Lernau ...............................1..... 05
Mala Process in Civil Procedure Moshe Bar-am ............................. 135
A Reconsideration of the Law in the Judicial Non-Interference with
an  Arbitrator's M istakes of Law  Oded  Revivo  ....................................................... 211
RULING NOTES
Broadcasting Sporting Events on the Foreign Cable Channels -
Is a Copyright Black Out Really Necessary? Yuval Karniel .................................... 259
The State's Witness: Two Comments on the Subjective Belief Test Gil Eshet......... 285
Medieval Times in the Law of Arrests: What Should be Included
in the Prosecutor's Statement during the Interim Stage of Arrest before
Subbmitting an Indictment? David Barhoom.....................................................  313

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