Arbitration as an Ideal Judicial Procedure
17 Pages Posted: 22 Nov 2009
Date Written: December 19, 2008
In the zabla form of arbitration in the Jewish tradition, each party chooses one judge and the third judge is chosen jointly by both parties or by the judges of their choice. Zabla arbitration suffers from a rather humble image in the modern State of Israel, and surprisingly it is the jurists, the Rabbis and the scholars of Jewish law who have contributed to this image.
Keywords: Jewish Law, Arbitration
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