7 Alei Mishpat [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/aleimispt7 and id is 1 raw text is: ALEI MISHPAT
ACADEMIC
CENTER
1rOF LAW& BUSINESS
THE LAW REVIEW OF THE ACADEMIC CENTER OF LAW & BUSINESS
Volume 7                             March 2009
NINE OF THE SUPREME - REFLECTIONS AFTER JUDGMENT
E d itorial  N ote  ...................................................................................................................... 5
INTERVIEWS
President of the Supreme Court (retired) Meir Shamgar .......................................... 7
Judge  (retired) Tzvi Tal ..............................................................................................  17
Judge  (retired) Izhak  Zam ir ......................................................................................   31
Judge  (retired) Eliezer  Goldberg  ...............................................................................  65
Judge  (retired) Izhak  Englard  ....................................................................................  77
Judge  (retired) Dalia  D orner ......................................................................................  91
Judge  (retired) Jacob  Turkel ......................................................................................... 103
Judge  (retired) M ishael Cheshin  ................................................................................... 113
President of the Supreme Court (retired) Aharon Barak ........................................... 131
ARTICLE
From Court Homse to House of Judges? Personification of the Judges as part of the
Privatization of the Judicial System in Israel Yuval Elbashan ................................. 147

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