Yosseph Edrey (Haifa University): teaching innovation – example of a new analysis on the case law – Innovación docente: un ejemplo de nuevas perspectivas en el analisis de la jurisprudencia

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English summary: Yosseph Edrey a leading tax professor and former Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Haifa has sent us a paper which deals indirectly with the role of a law professor and his introduction of a new analysis on the case-law. It is not related with EU law, but will be very helpful for our project on how to teach law through court resolutions.

Thank you very much, Yossi!

Yosseph Edrey, destacado profesor de Derecho Tributario y antiguo Decano de la Facultad de Derecho de Universidad de Haifa ha tenido la amabilidad de enviarnos un estudio en el que se pone de manifiesto (aun de modo indirecto) cuál ha de ser el papel de un profesor de Derecho en el análisis de la jurisprudencia. Aunque el artículo no está relacionado con el Derecho de la Unión Europea, será de gran utilidad para desarrollar nuestro proyecto de innovación docente basado en el uso de la jurisprudencia.

¡Muchas gracias, Yossi!

4 thoughts on “Yosseph Edrey (Haifa University): teaching innovation – example of a new analysis on the case law – Innovación docente: un ejemplo de nuevas perspectivas en el analisis de la jurisprudencia

  1. I had the opportunity to meet professor Edrey in Madrid and to talk with him in depth. I was very impressed by his work in Haifa. Then I read an amazing novel by Abraham ben Yeshoshua (The Liberated Bride [Ha-Kala Ha-Meshachreret, 2001]. London, Peter Halban, 2004). It gave me a taste of the life of a University professor in Haifa. I encourage the reading of Yosseph Edrey’s work in tax and constitutional law and of Abraham ben Yeshoshua literary works.

    Pedro Herrera

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