LL.M. studies are intended to enable students to deepen their knowledge in the areas of their specialization and interest. Students who complete the program are awarded an LL.M. degree. LL.M. studies are conducted along three tracks:
(a) Track including a research study (thesis)
Students are admitted to the track in one of the follow ways:
- Admission to the direct track, available to a limited number of students who can demonstrate research capabilities already at the stage of their application
- Admission to the indirect track, available to students who completed one year of study in the track without a thesis requirement
(b) Track without a research study (thesis)
(c) Track without a research study (thesis) in an intensive program for judges, lawyers, and jurists
University regulations for graduate level studies are published separately on the site of the Office of Student Affairs.
LL.M. Degree without Thesis
1 Attendance requirements for this program are as follows:
(a) Electives: 24 credits
(b) Research seminars: 8 credits
Total: 32 credits
2 Students attend research seminars and elective courses of the standard program of the Faculty of Law.
3 Students must attend at least one seminar in the first year of study.
4 LL.M students must meet the university's requirements for basic studies in Judaism.
5 A minimum grade point average of 75 is required to graduate from this track.