How to regulate a dialogue?

Constitutional dialogue is a dialectic interaction between supreme courts and legislatures regarding the constitutionality of legislation, in which each institution preserves its constitutional authority, and yet performs it while considering the other institution’s stance and its ability to respond. It is based upon mutual contribution to the constitutional design and interpretation of legislation.
In Israel, one can find many practices that indicate constitutional dialogue. Moreover, this interaction is of special importance in a deeply divided and legitimacy-lacking governmental and legal system as the Israeli system. Consequently, and in light of future entrenchment of Basic Law: The Legislation, the discussion will offer analytical analysis of the question should we regulate constitutional dialogue between courts and legislatures, and if so, what is the right institutional design that should be implemented?