IDF Law Review



The IDF Law Review, published by the IDF School of Military Law, aims to serve both as an academic and professional research tool, and as a mechanism for facilitating debate and innovative ideas in the fields of Military Law, the Laws of War, Operational Law, as well as Criminal, Constitutional and other International Law issues relating to military activities. Previous issues have dealt with a wide variety of subjects, ranging from: military tribunals; the challenges posed to the Geneva Conventions by terrorism; the law of self-defense; the ICC; targeted killings; unlawful combatants; the law of occupation; military prosecutions in Judea and Samaria; the Superior Order defense; and more.

Past issues of the IDF Law Review can be found at William S. Hein & Company’s online library: