“Hebrew law: a secular translation of Jewish law.” Trumah 26 (2023): 113-24

“The author highlights three interrelated aspects of Jewish law: that it is a non-state legal tradi- tion, it is neither secular nor religious, and its application within Israeli law results in a secular hybridization of Jewish law. That is, Hebrew law combines aspects of the Jewish tradition and secularism. Using historicist and critical approaches, the author explains that Hebrew law is the outcome of a speci fc history of Zionism and broad secular patterns”