Dr. Aronson Ori

Procedure, courts, institutional analysis, constitutional law, constitutional and political theory, judicial

https://law.biu.ac.il/en/node/558

ABOUT MY WORK

Research interests:
Procedure, courts, institutional analysis, constitutional law, constitutional and political theory, judicial

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1. The How Many Question: An Institutionalist’s Guide to Pluralism, in Law, Religion and Institutions (Leora Batnitzky & Hanoch Dagan eds., forthcoming CUP 2016)
2. Enforcing Court Decisions on State Actors – An Institutional Framework, Law & Business (forthcoming 2016) (Heb.)
3. Why Hasn’t the Knesset Abolished Basic Law: Human Dignity and Liberty? On the Status Quo as Countermajoritarian Difficulty, 37 Tel Aviv University Law Review (forthcoming 2016) (Heb.)
4. The Democratic Case for Diffuse Judicial Review, 16 Law & Government 9 (2015) (Heb.)
5. Forum by Coin Flip: A Random Allocation Model for Jurisdictional Overlap, 45 Seton Hall Law Review ___ (forthcoming 2015)

RESEARCH PROJECTS

Status Quo as Countermajoritarian Difficulty: Evidence from Israel
Religious Adjudication in Israel along the Public-Private Divide
Border Disputes: Negotiating State Power under Jurisdictional Pluralism
Constitutionalism from Below: The Democratic Effects of Court Hierarchy
Appeals as Intermediates: Toward a Non-Hierarchic Theory of Appellate Review
The Next Forty Presidents