The Right to Divorce in Jewish Law: Between Politics and Ideology

1 Iɴᴛ’ʟ. J. Jᴜʀɪs. Fᴀᴍ. 177 (2010)

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Avishalom Westreich

College of Law and Business - Ramat Gan Law School

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Date Written: 2010

Abstract

Dr. Avishalom Westreich's paper, The Right to Divorce in Jewish Law. Between Politics and Ideology, begins by talking about the "deep, even emotional, debate surrounding the right to divorce." He then discusses the right to divorce and compares Jewish divorce law ("death of marriage") and civil divorce law (no-fault divorce).

Keywords: Jewish Law, Jewish Divorce Law, Civil Divorce Law

Suggested Citation

Westreich, Avishalom, The Right to Divorce in Jewish Law: Between Politics and Ideology (2010). 1 Iɴᴛ’ʟ. J. Jᴜʀɪs. Fᴀᴍ. 177 (2010). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3150634

Avishalom Westreich (Contact Author)

College of Law and Business - Ramat Gan Law School ( email )

26 Ben-Gurion St.
Ramat Gan, 52275
Israel
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