Globalization has dramatically affected all aspects of professional life. Consequently, international experience and global exposure are vital in order to succeed in the business and legal fields. At CLB we strive to offer our students a wide range of international programs to better equip them to the ever changing, fast paced global economy. Among these programs, students participate in educational delegations to major business cities in the world, where they study in joint courses and take part in bilateral research projects in foreign universities.
For the third consecutive year, CLB has been rated the best in educational programs, quality of lecturers and overall satisfaction by the Israeli National Student Union survey. This, alongside with the multicultural and diverse student body, creates an energizing and exciting learning environment.
CLB faculty members are leaders in their industries, and have acquired their doctoral degrees and have pursued their post-doctorates at the finest universities in the world including Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, NYU, Berkeley, Chicago and Oxford.
They are an integral part of the vibrant academic arena at CLB, in which cutting-edge research, stimulating workshops, scholarly publications and international conferences take place.
Multicultural and diverse student body, personal care, and friendly and supportive environment allowing each student achieve their personal best. By the time students exit our doors, they are fully-equipped to acquire graduate degrees or take on the professional arena, where our graduates earn among the highest salaries in Israel.
CLB teaches students to think global but act local. To further values that Israeli society holds dear as well as build a better future workforce, CLB promotes professional community activism and practitioners who are educated, skilled, and socially responsible in the business, legal, and public spheres. In parallel, CLB students set important, national and international precedents through the legal clinics – striking down an Israeli law privatizing prisons; protecting asylum seekers; and placing on the public agenda major social issues such as Israel’s natural gas resources and equal opportunities in education.
Location, Location, Location
CLB urban campus is located in the heart of Tel-Aviv's Business Technology Center. Tel Aviv was named the World’s Second “Most Innovative City” (Wall Street Journal International Poll, 2013) and won the World Smart Cities Award (Smart City World Expo, 2017). CLB is a walking distance from "Yarkon Park" – a tranquil oasis in the heart of Tel Aviv to recharge and foster personal growth.