HCJHigh Court of Justice (Israel)
HCJHarvard Club of Japan (academic association)
HCJHard Core Jeepers (Jeep club)
HCJHague Convention on Jurisdiction
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HCJ 6055/95 Zemach v Minister of Defense, [1999] IsrSC 53(5) 241 [Zemach]; HCJ 2605/05 Academic Center of Law and Business v Minister of Finance (2009) at paras 20-33, Beinisch CJ, online: <http://elyon1.court.gov.il/eng/home/index.html> [Academic Center].
Nonetheless, the HCJ ruled that the Education Ministry and Jerusalem municipality are obligated to construct schools for Palestinians as well as Jews.
Godfray HCJ (2002b) Challenges for taxonomy - The discipline will have to reinvent itself if it is to survive and flourish.
"The current set-up means that ambitious legal professionals, who have trained and flourished in regional firms, find themselves having to relocate to London in order to achieve HCJ status and progress their careers"This creates an unsustainable 'brain drain' of talent from the regions, which is both unrepresentative of the modern legal landscape and encourages the misconception that London-based law firms are better placed to deal with high-value cases than their regional counterparts."
Otto R, Franco HCJ, Faroni CE, Vitti AC, de Oliveira ECA, Sermarini RA, Trivelin PCO (2014) The role of nitrogen fertilizers in sugarcane root biomass under field conditions.
In 1999 Israel's HCJ prohibited the use of torture, abuse, or degradation by the ISA.
The justices of Israel's HCJ concluded that it is "unlawful" for Palestinians to build on the compound, therefore there was "no legal obstacle to demolishing the structures in the community of Khan Al-Ahmar".
Franco HCJ, Otto R, Faroni CD, Vitti AC, DeOliveira ECA, Trivelin PCO (2011) Nitrogen in sugarcane derived from fertilizer under Brazilian field conditions.
In another connection, the HCJ president noted, referring to the law establishing the Constitutional Court, that it is not empowered to systematically control bills, particularly those relating to rights and freedoms.
I comprising Mr Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, HCJ, Justice Ijazul Ahsan and Justice Sajjad Ali Shah is delisted,' the Supreme Court of Pakistan stated in a notice issued on Saturday.
The most common definition of colour of right is "an honest belief in a state of facts which, if it existed, would be a legal justification or excuse": R v Johnson (1904), 8 CCC 123 (Ont HCJ).