LL.M. Program (Hebrew)
TAU Law's non-thesis LL.M. is a two-year graduate program offered to candidates who wish to broaden their legal knowledge and specialize in a particular area of interest.
The Faculty's goal is to encourage independent research and promote the professional development of each and every student enrolled in the program. With small classes and a significantly low student-faculty ratio, we offer our students a supportive and intimate atmosphere for learning.
Our elective program enables students to design their own curriculum by choosing from a wide range of courses and seminars, offered exclusively for LL.M. studies.
The courses and seminars are divided into several tracks: General Law, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Public Law, and Criminal Law.
Candidates are required to earn a total of 32 academic credits; 18 of which, within one of the five tracks, and complete a year-long seminar (worth 6 credits). Each track includes a compulsory seminar on Theoretical Approaches to the Law (2 credits), Toolbox for Effective Lawyering (4 credits), four core courses; at least two of which, within the selected track (8 credits), and up to six elective courses (12 credits).
Our unique Toolbox for Effective Lawyering is highly-regarded as a useful guide for lawyers and legal professionals. Composed by some of best legal minds in the country, the toolbox offers practical skills and creative problem solving practices for a wide range of legal scenarios.
Our students also enjoy a variety of opportunities to enhance their studies, and further develop their practical skills by taking part in the Faculty's Clinical Legal Education Program, in one of the many student-led organizations and initiatives, or law reviews and journals editorial boards.
For more information about the LL.M. Program, please contact:
LL.M. Administrative Coordinator