Academic journals are a critical part of building and maintaining a thriving, open platform for academic discussion. CLB’s journals are not only a valuable resource for the Israeli academia, but contribute to the sharing of knowledge worldwide.
CLB is proud to be represented on the global level through its exceptional journalistic work.
Law & Ethics of Human Rights Journal (LEHR)
LEHR aspires to analyze and clarify concepts of moral and legal rights and to contribute to conflict resolution in human rights law.
Each issue of Law & Ethics of Human Rights focuses on one contemporary dilemma that raises major moral and legal questions. Each such dilemma is examined using an interdisciplinary approach to human rights law, an approach that strives to create associations between legal provisions and the philosophy underlying them. Top students are invited to sit on the student editorial board.
LEHR is ranked 3rd in the world in the category of Human Rights and 4th in the world in the category of Jurisprudence and Legal Theory, according to the Washington and Lee Law Review Ranking. LEHR is published by De Gruyter in both print and online and distributed to tens of thousands of subscribers worldwide.
Topics addressed in previous volumes of the journal:
- Human Rights and the Rights of Non-Humans
- Public Religion, Private Communities & Human Rights
- Borders and Human Rights
- Intergenerational Justice
- Labor Rights in the Era of Globalization
Eyal Benvenisti, Tel Aviv University Moshe Cohen-Eliya, College of Law & Business Stephen Macedo, Princeton University Nancy Rosenblum, Harvard University.
In addition to LEHR, CLB also publishes “Alei Mishpat”, a law journal in Hebrew. Since it was founded in 1998, “Alei Mishpat” has gained respect and recognition as one of the most influential legal journals in Israel.