Parasol Foundation LL.M. at Tel-Aviv University

Academic institutions in Israel invite you to participate in international programs, earn credits or complete your degree. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to see the sites, to meet new people from all around the world, to hear Hebrew and Arabic, and to come to a closer understanding of Israeli society.

Parasol Foundation International LL.M. at Tel-Aviv University


International students that wish to widen their knowledge and proficiency in the field of law can study in the Parasol Foundation international LL.M. program that takes place at Tel-Aviv University. This track allows outstanding law students to get to know current events in Israeli and global law and gives them a chance to collaborate with leading legal and academic professionals in Israel.


The legal world is ever changing; it evolves in the face of social processes, economic reforms, and other causes. Legal professionals that wish to have a deep and profound understanding of the law must constantly learn and research the latest events and changes.



Study program



Students in this international master's track discuss various innovative approaches to the legal theory as well as contemporary dilemmas and challenges in the field of law. They acquire many practical skills and tools for engage in academic research and practice in the field. In addition, they look into different facets of the Israeli legal system and aspects of the conflicts in the Middle East area. 
As part of this program students can choose to concentrate on one of several topics. They may also study in a general program. These are the different areas that can be chosen from: 
- Business law.
- Law and technology.
- International law and human rights.


Structure and duration



The study track spans around 10 months. It is taught entirely in English and designed especially to suit international students from a wide variety of countries.
The academic year is divided into four semesters. The first semester is a one-month core semester. The following semesters are the fall, spring and summer semesters, each followed by an exam period.
Students take part in theoretical classes and seminars and get various opportunities for networking. Promising candidates of this track can take part in fellowships in Israel, as part of the university's aspiration to promote diversity. 


Here are several examples of the courses and workshops included in this program:
- Israeli law.
- Start-up law.
- Legal theory.
- Digital copyrights.
- Law and economics.
- Challenges of human rights.
- Information technology law.
- Derivatives and financial crises.
- Contemporary legal issues in Israel.
- And more.


Admission requirements 
Admission requirements include:

- An undergraduate degree in law (LL.B., JD, or Bachelor of Laws).
- Two letters of recommendation – at least one academic.
- A personal essay, up to 600 words long, describing the candidate’s reasons for pursuing this program, their previous academic and professional experience, and the anticipated contribution of the LL.M. program to their career.
- Law degree transcripts.
- Law school rankings.
- Personal CV.
- English proficiency exam for candidates from non-English speaking countries.

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There are several funding sources available for graduate students in the Parasol program. TAU offers need-based scholarships for eligible students. In addition, program-specific merit-scholarships are offered to promising candidates, according to their academic qualifications and academic achievements.


Upon completing this program, graduates are awarded a “Master of Laws – The International Program” (LL.M.) degree from Tel Aviv University.
Career opportunities
This program aims to assist students in advancing their career in the legal world. Graduates of this track fill various positions as attorneys in international firms, legal advisors in start-up companies, and more. In addition, they can choose to continue their studies and pursue their PhD and thus expand their career opportunities even further.


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