Tel Aviv University, Israel

Semester Option: Spring

Language: English or Hebrew

In the program with Tel Aviv University, students have the opportunity to study international and comparative law topics and, in particular, courses in Israeli law and politics and Jewish law. TAU’s Buchman Faculty of Law is Israel’s oldest and most prestigious law school, renowned for its accomplished faculty and innovative programs advancing social causes.

Among the school’s attractions is its Cegla Institute for Comparative and Private International Law, which coordinates and supports research projects, international conferences, and teaching programs in the fields of comparative and private international law.  BU Law students select from a wide array of courses and seminars in fields such as Constitutional Law, Human Rights, Jewish Law, Islamic Law, International Law, Corporate Law and Intellectual Property Law.  TAU’s expansive curriculum offers 40+ courses taught in English To obtain 12 credits, BU Law students are expected to take 5 classes. Up to four students may be selected.

Students may take courses in either Hebrew or English.