Israel Law Schools

Comprehensive Directory of Law Schools in Israel in Alphabetical Order


Israel Law Schools

  • Haifa - University of Haifa Faculty of Law

    The University of Haifa is the most pluralistic institution of higher education in Israel: sons and daughters of both veteran cities and development towns, kibbutzim and moshavim, new immigrants, Jews, Arabs, and Druzes, IDF officers and security personnel—all sitting together on the bench of knowledge in an atmosphere of coexistence, tolerance, and mutual respect.

  • Jerusalem - Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Faculty of Law

    Today, the Faculty is composed of 40 full-time professors, 150 adjunct professors and over 50 instructors. The Faculty also welcomes a significant number of Visiting Professors and scholars from abroad who spend time at the HebrewUniversity teaching and carrying out research. The result is a dynamic curriculum spanning all the major areas of law, offering our students a broad variety of law-related and interdisciplinary subjects.

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  • Ramat - Aviv - Tel - Aviv University Law Faculty

    Located at the heart of Tel Aviv, TAU Law Faculty is Israel’s premier law school. It offers an environment of excellence and educational intimacy in the form of renowned faculty, vibrant student life, ample opportunities for clinical training, and extracurricular activities. Small by design, the faculty’s impact on the legal world is measured by its accomplished graduates and its ongoing scholarship and outreach through numerous centers and projects.

  • Ramat-Gan - Bar Ilan University - Faculty of Law

    The unique Bar-Ilan formula: blend tradition with modern technologies and scholarship, and teach the compelling ethics of Jewish heritage to all. The university's leading resources of Jewish knowledge create a special responsibility: to place the expertise of its researchers at the disposal of the global Jewish and academic communities. Indeed, Bar-Ilan U. stands at the vanguard of efforts to revitalize Jewish learning for the twenty-first century and to rebuild Jewish identity.

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