The Leonard Sainer Legal Education Foundation in London offers an award enabling the recipient to undertake the one-year LLM degree course at University College London (UCL) starting in September 2019. The candidate will also have the opportunity to work with Dechert LLP (the international law firm coordinating the scholarship) or another appropriate law firm in London. Arrangements will also be made, if possible, for the candidate to spend time working with a High Court Judge. Read more about Leonard Sainer Scholarship 2019/20 for one-year LLM degree at University College London
The Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem ranks 28th in the international index for the field of Law published by Times Higher Education. Thus, the faculty is ranked, first in the field of law in Israel. Read more about 2019 Times Higher Education Rankings: HUJI Faculty of Law is ranked 1st in Israel and 28th World-Wide
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Recent Developments in IHL and Detention Law and Practice:
The 13th Annual Minerva/ICRC Conference on International Humanitarian Law
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 12-13 November 2018
The Honorees Award Ceremony of Hebrew University's Faculty of Law was held for the sixth year on September 5th 2018.
Two distinguished graduates of the faculty were awarded the prestigious award: Supreme Court President Emeritus Miriam Naor (class of 1971) and Advocate Moriel Matalon (class of 1970). Read more about The 2018 Faculty of Law Honorees Award
The Institute for Research in Jewish Law was the proud winner of the “Katz Prize for the Implementation of Halakcha in Modern Life” for the year 2018. This prize was awarded to the Institute for Research in Jewish Law for its years of work in the field of research of Jewish Law, its connection to modern law in general, and to Israeli law specifically.
Together with the institute the prize was awarded to Rabbi Asher Zelig Weiss, and Rabbi Yehuda Hertzel Henkin and Rabbi Joseph Tzevi Rimon. Read more about The Institute for Research in Jewish Law was the proud winner of the “Katz Prize for the Implementation of Halakcha in Modern Life”
The 2018 Shanghai Ranking is out: The Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University ranked 1st in Israel and 35th in the world!
The Shanghai Index Ranking examines more than 1400 universities and covers 55 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. Read more about Shanghai's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2018: HUJI Faculty of Law is ranked 1st in Israel, 35th in the World
The Faculty of Law is proud to announce the signing of a student exchange agreement with the Faculty of Law, PKU, China (the leading Law Faculty in China). 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, Renmin University (China), the National University of Singapore and the Sorbonne, in addition to our membership in the Center for Transnational Legal Studies.
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