14:1 William Mitchell Magazine , spring (1995)
Israel's development of constitutional law without a written constitution presents a fascinating picture of how a system, unable to develop a constitution in the usual manner, has developed one in another manner. It shows how innovative lawmaking can be - and sometimes must be - to maintain a democratic political system.
Gelpe, Marcia R., "Planned Constitution Never Got Written, But Israel Still Got Constitutional Law" (1995). Faculty Scholarship. 108.