Jewish Law Annual Volume 13
Edited by Berachyahu Lifshitz
Published September 20th 2000 by Routledge – 304 pages
Series: Jewish Law Annual
A diverse collection of scholarly articles on a variety of topics related to Jewish law. Among the ten articles are two different analyses of the married woman's rights with respect to use of marital property; a study of the principles used by Maimonides in enumerating the precepts; two articles on the question of whether halakhic inferences can be drawn from the interchangeable use of synonymous terms in the Talmud; and a bibliography of the writings of the Boaz Cohen. The chronicle section contains a study of developments pertaining to the litigation surrounding the Kiryas Joel school district and the separation of church and state. The last section of the volume surveys recent literature on biblical and Jewish law.