During the 3.5-year program, leading to the LL.B. degree, 70 out of the 140 academic credits (50%) are offered in English while the rest are offered in Hebrew. English-speaking students may choose to take all written exams as well as submit all written assignments in English only. Students also receive coaching in English or in Hebrew.
Advanced Degree Programs in the U.S.
The LL.B. can be completed through a Student Exchange Program with Chicago-Kent College of Law. Students can then apply for an additional semester in Chicago leading to an LL.M. degree with possible tuition remission.
Alternatively students can choose to finish their last semester of undergraduate at Fordham University in New York. Students may extend studies for an additional semester to complete a Fast-track LL.M. degree ane be awarded a Masters in International Law from Fordham Law University.
Graduates may apply for admission to the JD Program at Lowa Law School (ranked among the top 30 law schools in the U.S. by U.S. News & World Report).
Upon completion of the LL.B. studies, all students are eligible to sit for the New York State and California State Bar exams. We highly recommend completing the 3-month prepatory course.
Study Abroad Programs
The LL.B. Program for English speakers offers a variety of international experiences:
- Legal internship with the Immigration and Refugee Clinic at Harvard University and the University of Pittsburgh, United States.
- Student Exchange Program at Chicago-Kent College of Law, United States.
- Commercial Arbitration Student Competition in Vienna, Austria.
- International Humanitarian Law Student Competition sponsored by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).
- Legal internship with the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT), Rome, Italy.
- Copyright Law course at Oxford, United Kingdom.
- Global Business Law courses at Kassel University, Germany.
- International Commercial Arbitration course at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Paris, France.