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Book reviews

The Israel Law Review publishes book reviews of two types: shorter reviews which provide the reader with an overview of the general content, scope and overall quality of the text; and review essays (3,000-10,000 words), which place the reviewed text within the field of law addressed by the author and provide deeper analysis of the underlying assumptions or theories proposed in the text.

If you are interested in reviewing a book, please fill this form or send an email with a brief description of your professional background and interest in reviewing the book to the academic editor of the journal, at Please also attach a CV.