International LL.M. students may pursue a general course of study or concentrate their studies in one of the following topics, which will be noted on their final transcripts:
- Global Governance & Human Rights
- Law & Technology
- Law & Business
- State & Religion
The LL.M. degree requires students to take 32 credits total in order to complete the Program - students may take up to 36 credits if desired.
Every LL.M. student must take these five core courses - 10 credits total
- Introduction to Israeli Law - 2 credits
- Introduction to Law & Society - 2 credits
- Introduction to Law & Economics - 2 credits
- Contemporary Issues in Israel - 2 credits
- Scholar's Workshop: Legal Theory - 2 credits
Every LL.M. student must take one workshop - 3 credits total
- Information Technology Law - 3 credits
- International Law - 3 credits
- Law and Economics - 3 credits
- Law and Political Thought - 3 credits
- Private Law Theory - 3 credits
Students must take one seminar offered in their specialization. General studies students may take any seminar. - 3 credits total
- International Humanitarian Law (Global Goverance & Human Rights; State & Religion) - 3 credits
- Information Technology Law (Technology) - 3 credits
- Business Law: Transnational Perspectives (Business) - 3 credits
Courses are generally 2 credits each. Check the course descriptions for details. - 16 credits total
- General studies: Students may choose from any of the courses.
- Concentration: Students must take at least 4 courses in their concentration. The remaining credits may be taken from any concentration or electives.
The courses refer to the 2016-2017 academic year - please be aware that courses and professors change each year.