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.
Times Higher Education published its list of the top law faculties in the world. The index examines law schools based on a number of parameters, including teaching and the learning environment, research, citations and international outlook. Institutional reputation plays a significant part. Our faculty received particularly high scores in the categories of citations (76 points) and research (75.5 points).
This significant achievement is in line with last July's Shanghai University Rankings – which placed the faculty at 35th in the world.
Thanks to the dedicated work of the entire Faculty, including the academic and administrative staff, its students, its graduates and graduate researchers, our internationally recognized teaching and research are flourishing.