Legal Education in Palestine: What Place for History, Philosophy and Linguistics? (2019)

This paper tentatively asserts that legal studies in Palestine should be considered as a distinct field of knowledge rather as a profession, in which localized legal education helps maintaining the existing legal hierarchies. In advancing this argument, it attempts to establish a second hypothesis: such field of knowledge is related an intrinsically connected to humanities, and in specific to History/Politics, Linguistics and Philosophy/Theology. Continue reading Legal Education in Palestine: What Place for History, Philosophy and Linguistics? (2019)