The School of Law at CLB is committed to qualifying jurists of the highest academic quality who will champion human rights while tackling the legal challenges of an ever more complex world.
To prepare these future leaders, we provide a strong and diverse foundation in the humanities and social sciences, placing an emphasis on an interdisciplinary education that combines the study of law with that of philosophy, political science, economics, public administration and more.
At the very core of all studies is the importance of legal thinking and legal criticism to encourage a generation of jurists who challenge the status quo and strive for independence and impartiality in their thinking.
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LL.M. Master of Laws (with or without thesis)
The goal of this program is to provide law graduates with the necessary toolbox to face the challenges of the 21st century. It will enable those with a bachelor’s degree in law to deepen their knowledge and skills in the field to affect the lives of individuals and the community at large.
Students choose between a theoretical track without a thesis or a research track with a thesis.
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M.A. in Law Studies (for non-lawyers)
The aim of this program is to enable graduates of the social sciences or the humanities to deepen their knowledge of the role of law in social and economic life in Israel and abroad, and its impact on social, political, public, economic and business processes.
The program prepares graduates for careers that are not necessarily legal but have a working interface with the world of law, lawyers and jurists. The program includes a critical internship component for hands-on learning.
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