Intensive LL.M. Program for Judges,Lawyers, and Jurists

Special LL.M. program without a thesis
The Faculty of Law conducts a special LL.M. program, without a thesis, for lawyers and jurists. The program is concentrated into one calendar year, and it is conducted along three tracks: commercial law, criminal law, and arbitration and negotiation. The program offers a rich selection of courses in various legal fields, with emphasis on the integration of practical aspects. The objective of the program is to expand and consolidate the students' knowledge in their areas of specialization, and to equip them with up-to-date tools needed to cope with the contemporary legal reality. Students who complete the program are awarded an LL.M. degree.
University regulations for graduate level studies are published separately on the site of the Office of Student Affairs.
1 Duration of the program
Studies are conducted in three consecutive semesters, as follows: studies in the course of the 2010-2011 academic year (first semester, second semester, and summer semester), on Tuesday afternoons and on Fridays. Students can complete all the LL.M. requirements within one calendar year.
2 Program requirements
Studies are conducted within a structured framework and contain 32 credits, including courses in Jewish law in accordance with university requirements. All students must attend all the courses offered especially for the program, and participate in two of the seminars offered within the program.
3 Tracks
(a) Commercial law
(b) Criminal law
(c) Arbitration and negotiation
4 Graduation
Students must achieve a grade point average of at least 75 to graduate from this track.
5 Students who complete the program requirements are awarded an LL.M. degree.