International survey ranks Hebrew University among the world's best at preparing students for workplace. Read more about Hebrew University graduates ranked 62nd most employable in the World, and most employable from Israeli universities
The Faculty is pleased to announce that it has become a full member of a new academic network of leading law faculties from China and the rest of the World, operating since 2015 under the name "New Silk Road Law School Alliance". The aim of the network is to promote understanding and cooperation in teaching and research between its faculties, with emphasis on cooperation between leading law schools in China and elite faculties in other countries, including in developing countries. Read more about The HUJI Faculty of Law joins the "New Silk Road"
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Google scholar produced a list of "classic papers" based on the most cited articles in each field published ten years ago.
David Weisburd's article "Does Crime Just Move Around the Corner?" (published in Criminology) was ranked 3rd of all Criminology articles in Google Scholar.
The Fried-Gal Transitional Justice Program conducted a workshop and study tour on the conflict in Cyprus under the guidance of PhD candidate Limor Yehuda. Read more about The Fried-Gal Transitional Justice Program conducted workshop and study tour on the conflict in Cyprus, May 2017
We are proud to note that Dr. Karen Weinshall (Margel) was chosen as a member of the Israel Young Academy – a group of young scholars with distinct academic achievements whose research shows commitment to the advancement of scholarship and excellence.
Three HU Law students - Tamar Drori, Shira Gushpantz and Dorothea Von Gablenz (a German exchange student) - represented the Faculty in an international conference held in Washington DC between 12-13 April 2017 under the auspices of UN Women. Read more about Three HU Law students in UN Women conference on Gender, Law and Constitution