What would be the constitutional implications of a possible indictment against Prime Minister Netanyahu?
Elena Chachko is an SJD candidate at Harvard Law School and a researcher at the Amnon Lipkin-Shahak National Security and Democracy program at the Israel Democracy Institute. She previously completed the LLM program at Harvard Law as a Fulbright scholar. Before coming to Harvard, she clerked for Chief Justice Asher D. Grunis on the Supreme Court of Israel, and worked on national security issues at the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. She holds an LL.B in Law and International Relations from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where she served as editor in chief of the Hebrew University Law Review.
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A preliminary analysis of the international legality of each party's actions.
Recent developments provide an opportunity to take stock of the implementation of the Israeli anti-BDS travel ban almost one year after it became law.
A number of deadlines over the coming weeks will require Trump to again decide whether or not to continue implementing the Iran nuclear deal. Members of the administration seem to be working with Congress to find a solution that would preserve it.
A review of the Supreme Court of Israel’s recent ruling.
A review of the Supreme Court of Israel’s decision last week on “pressure techniques” applied during interrogations of terrorism suspects.
Israel’s Settlement Regularization Law: The Attorney General’s Extraordinary Brief and What it Means for Israel’s Legal Stance on Illegal Settlements
The Israeli Settlement Regularization Law is being challenged on constitutional grounds and its most consequential critic is Israel’s own attorney general.