Israeli law is a mixed legal system reflecting the diverse history of the territory of the State of Israel throughout the last hundred years (which was at various times prior to independence under Ottoman, then British sovereignty). The Israeli legal system is based in common law, which also incorporates new facets of civil law.
Foreign and historical influences on modern-day Israeli law are varied and include the civil code of the Ottoman Empire a little of German civil law, Jewish religious law mostly pertaining in the area of family law), and British common law. The Israeli courts have been influenced in recent years by American Law and to a lesser extent by Canadian Law and Continental Law.
The Israeli Laws in this site