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According to the Shanghai Ranking for 2021, our faculty is ranked 30th in the world and 1st in Israel

7 June, 2021

Good news:

The Faculty of Law of the Hebrew University maintains its status as the leading faculty in Israel and as one of the best law faculties in the world. According to the Shanghai Jiatong University's Shanghai Ranking for 2021, our faculty is ranked 30th in the world and 1st in Israel. This is an impressive and continuous increase: last year we were ranked 33rd in the world and two years ago 36th.

And here is the link to the Shanghai 2021 Index in Law:

Weisburd

Prof. David Weisburd Named #2 Most Influential Criminologist

18 October, 2020

Prof. David Weisburd, the Walter E. Meyer Professor of Law and Criminal Justice in the Institute of Criminology of the Hebrew University Faculty of Law and a former Director of the institute of Criminology, was recently named the #2 most influential criminologist according to AcademicInfluence.com.

https://academicinfluence.com/articles/people/most-influential-criminologists-today

 

The 2020 Shanghai Ranking

30 June, 2020

The 2020 Shanghai Ranking is out: The Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University is ranked 33 in the world and #1 in Israel!

The Shanghai Index Ranking examines more than 4000 universities and covers more than 50 subjects across natural sciences, engineering, life sciences, medical sciences, and social sciences. The index gives them grades according to several parameters: number of papers authored in the field, number of papers published in top Journals, citations, International collaborations and award winnings.

Student exchange agreement with the Law School at the University of Virginia

7 January, 2020

The Faculty of Law is proud to announce the signing of a student exchange agreement with the Law School at the University of Virginia. The agreement is a welcome addition to the vibrant program of exchange agreements with some of the best law schools in the world, including Stanford, Columbia, UCLA, Georgetown, Penn, Renmin University and PKU (China), the National University of Singapore and the Sorbonne, in addition to our membership in the Center for Transnational Legal Studies.