Analysis of the Number of Cases Each Judge Took Part In

February 1999

Number of decisions, including decisions ruled on by a single judge, in which the following judges were part of the bench

Judges Name

Civil Law

Criminal Law

The Supreme Court

Total

A. Barak

270 (70.7) (1)

41 (10.7)

71 (18.6)

382 (26.3) (2)

S. Levin

69 (46.3)

28 (18.8)

52 (34.9)

149 (10.3)

T. Or

58 (72.5)

3 (3.8)

19 (23.8)

80 (6.9)

Y. Zamir

4 (6.8)

19 (32.2)

36 (61.0)

59 (4.1)

M. Cheshin

20 (25.3)

3 (3.8)

56 (70.9)

79 (5.4)

E. Matza

21 (10.9)

77 (40.1)

94 (48.9)

192 (13.2)

Y. Tirkel

25 (60.9)

8 (19.5)

8 (19.5)

41 (2.8)

Y. Kedmi

0 (0)

14 (100)

0 (0)

14 (0.9)

T. Strasberg-Cohen

41 (70.7)

1 (1.7)

16 (27.6)

58 (3.9)

D. Dorner

29 (22.7)

58 (45.3)

41 (32.0)

128 (8.8)

D. Beinish

22 (14.5)

38 (25.0)

92 (60.5)

152 (10.5)

Y. Angelrad

16 (31.4)

12 (23.5)

23 (45.1)

51 (3.5)

H. Ariel

14 (32.6)

17 (39.5)

12 (27.9)

43 (2.9)

M. Ilan

6 (26.1)

8 (34.8)

9 (39.1)

23 (1.6)

Total (3)

595 (44.7)

327 (19.4)

529 (35.9)

1451 (100)

(1) % of the total number of decisions given by each judge (% of row)

(2) % of the total number of legal opinions given by the court (% of column)

(3) The row of totals refers to the individual legal opinion (not to the number of decisions) given by the Supreme Court judges (not including registrars).

Graph Representing the Number of Decisions by Judge