Bogoch, Bryna

Name: Bryna Bogoch

Department: Dept. of  Political Studies, Communications Program; Dept. of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences

Institution: Bar Ilan University

Address: Dept. of Political Studies, Communications Program

Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel, 52900
Phone: -972-2-5811125 (home)

FAX: 972-3 -3-7384039


Education: BA- Honors, Sociology and Anthropology, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

MA, Ph.D, Dept. of Communications, Hebrew University, Jerusalem,



Bogoch, B. & Holzman-Gazit, Y. (in press). Clashing over Conversion: “Who is a  Jew” and  Media Representations of an Israeli Supreme Court Decision. International Journal of the Semiotics of Law. DOI: 10.1007/s11196-010-9172-y

Bogoch, B.  (2008). Adversary agreements: The attitudes of Israeli family lawyers to litigation in divorce practice” International Journal Law, Crime and Justice, 36, 85-105.


Bogoch, B. & Halperin-Kaddari, R. (2007). Co-optation, competition and resistance: mediation and divorce professionals in Israel International Journal of the Legal Profession,14, 2, 115 – 145.

Bogoch, B. & Halperin-Kaddari, R. (2007). The voice is the voice of mediation, but the arms are the arms of the law: Mediation and the processing of divorce in Israel. Hapraklit, 49, 293-332. (Hebrew).

Bogoch, B. (2007). The victim as “other”: Analysis of the language of acquittals in Israeli Supreme Court decisions. In J. Cotterill  (Ed.), The Language of Sexual Offences (pp. 159-179). London: Palgrave.

Bogoch, B. &  Halperin-Kaddari, R. (2006). Divorce, Israeli style: Professional perceptions of gender and power in mediated and lawyer- negotiated divorces. Law and Policy 28, 2, 137-163.

Bogoch, B. (2003). Lawyers in the courtroom: Gender, trials and professional performance. In U. Schultz & G. Shaw (Eds.), Women in the world’s legal professions (pp. 247-268). Oxford: Hart Publishing

Bogoch, B. Halperin-Kaddari, R & Ronen, Y. (2002) Gender, mediation and divorce proceedings.  Hamishpat, 7, 201-237. (Hebrew)


Bogoch, B. and Don-Yechiya, R. (2000). The gender of justice: Bias against women in Israeli courts. Jerusalem: Jerusalem Institute for Israel Research, 325 pages (Hebrew)

Bogoch, B. (2000). Discourse dilemmas and courtroom control: The talk of trial judges. Law and Social Inquiry, 25, 1, 227-247.

Bogoch, B. (1999). Courtroom discourse and the gendered construction of professional identity. Law and Social Inquiry, 24, 2. 601-647.

Bogoch, B. (1999). Judging in a different voice: Gender and the sentencing of violent offenses in Israel. International Journal of the Sociology of Law, 27, 51-78.


Bogoch, B. (1997). Gendered lawyering: Difference and dominance in lawyer-client interaction.  Law and Society Review, 31, 4, 677-712.