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The Parasol Foundation International LL.M Program at Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law is a 10 month program which brings outstanding students from all over the world for a rigorous, highly-academic LL.M. degree.
The program language of instruction is English, and although there may be a course or two on Israeli law, the focus of the LL.M. is international law.
Students can choose a general course of study or may specialize in:
The rigorous academic curriculum is based on innovative approaches to legal theory, providing law students analytical tools and skills to engage in serious academic research and practical insights. Classes explore contemporary challenges to law that stem from
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Applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree in law (LL.B. , JD, Bachelor of Laws) prior to starting the LL.M. degree. Students in their final year of undergraduate law degree studies may apply, and will be accepted on the condition they finish their first degree in good
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Studying at Tel Aviv University has been a fantastic experience that gives you a real feeling of what the start-up nation is all about, the vibe, the expressions, and the spirit is all amalgamated in one place. Academically, TAU offers a vibrant teaching culture. The classes are interaction-based that gives you enough to bring forth all your understanding and experiences. The readings, along with the guest lectures, give you many opportunities to dive into the histories, debates, and situations of the Middle East.
The state-of-the-art technology and subjects related to AI, Data Privacy, Robotics, Licencing, and Start-Ups equips you with the tools required for our generation. The study tours to top law firms and tech giants such as Google gives you a unique insight into the working culture here and what makes everyone want to stay in Tel Aviv.
I’ve studied in Turkey, Germany and France. What is fascinating for me here is that the professors are always approachable and available; they embrace students. Plus, if you're up to the task and want to delve into a particular field, then they really give everything they have. Compared to my experiences in Turkey, France and Germany, studying at TAU Law has been a much more collaborative experience.
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