Legal Forum Leap Forward on Judicial TransparencyThe Land of Israel Legal Forum will help the public access information about judges, including their ties within the legal system.
Supreme Court Rejects Ulpana ExtensionThe state's request for 90 days in which to find a way to legalize several homes in Beit El's Ulpana neighborhood has been rejected.
Tax Authority Probes Justice MinisterJustice Minister Yaakov Neeman is expected to be summoned for a hearing to clarify his fianances for tax authorities.
Supreme Court Judge: The Criticism is Out of TouchJustice Elyakim Rubinstein: If the Supreme Court didn't exist, it would have to be invented. Some of the criticism is out of touch.
Lawmakers Slam Chief Justice's DiatribeNationalist lawmakers came out swinging Friday after Supreme Court president Dorit Beinisch accused them of inciting against her court.
Knesset Speaker Condemns Chief Justice's RemarksKnesset Speaker Rivlin condemned Chief Justice Benisch's claim that lawmakers are inciting against the court.
Weinstein: Supreme Court a 'Court of Glory'PM Netanyahu reiterated his staunch opposition to judicial reform, compares himself to Menachem Begin.
Ketzaleh: Rivlin Has No Right to CriticizeMK Yaakov Katz answered criticism from Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin saying he did not check the facts.
Danon: PM Will Support Judicial Reform, EventuallyThe bid to reform Israel's judicial system won't be stopped by one vote - and Netanyahu will come around, initiator MK Danon says.
Legal Standing Law Rejected in CommitteeA cabinet committee rejected a law that would institute the premise of legal standing in Israel's courts after PM expresses opposition.
PM Vows Judicial Reform, Maintains Status QuoPrime Minister Netanyahu vowed to defend and reform Israel's courts - while maintaining his opposition to recent judicial reform bills.
Netanyahu Opposes Judicial ReformPrime Minister Netanyahu has come out against a slate of judicial reform bills to Israel's courts. Contents are the norm in Western courts .
Ben Ari: Minister Meridor a Leftist InfiltratorMK Ben Ari says Minister Dan Meridor belongs in the far left Meretz Party rather than the Likud and casts "stolen votes."
Likud Minister Opposes Judicial Reform BillsIntelligence Minister Dan Meridor says he will resign if a slate of recently proposed judicial reform bills pass in the Knesset.