The TAU International LL.M. Program is a one-year (September-June) program for English-speaking students from around the globe. Offering a wide range of classes taught by internationally-recognized professors of the leading law faculty in Israel, LL.M. candidates have the opportunity to study for this advanced degree in Israel, with classes conducted entirely in English.
The rigorous academic curriculum ranges from innovative approaches to legal theory designed to provide analytical tools for serious academic research, through courses that explore contemporary challenges to law that stem from processes of globalization to specific courses that provide substantial knowledge of the Israeli legal and social systems, as well as the complexities of the Middle East region.
The curriculum will consist of courses, seminars and workshops. The selection of courses will allow students to pursue several disciplines, including: Legal Theory; Legal History; Law and Religion; International Law and Global Regulation; Law and Technology; Environmental Law; and, Business Administration. The program also enables the participants to choose electives from the rich variety of English-language graduate programs at Tel Aviv University.
The LL.M. program attracts outstanding graduate students and scholars from overseas to study, collaborate and socialize with Israeli legal academia, students and legal professionals, as well as with scholars and students from other disciplines. The program provides numerous opportunities for networking and professional development.
LL.M. candidates will be eligible to apply for admittance to the PhD Program at the Faculty of Law, following the successful completion on the LL.M. degree.
Fellowships, grants and other forms of financial assistance are available for qualified students.
We offer three areas of specialization:
Law, Global Governance and Human Rights
Law, State and Religion
Law and Technology
LL.M. students will be recognized if a specialization is chosen, though a specialization is not required to complete the LL.M. degree requirements.
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