Located at the heart of Tel Aviv, TAU offers an environment of excellence and educational intimacy in the form of renowned faculty, vibrant student life, ample opportunities for clinical training, and extracurricular activities. Small by design, the faculty s impact on the legal world is measured by its accomplished graduates and its ongoing scholarship and outreach through numerous centers and projects.
TAU faculty publish in the most prestigious law reviews and university presses and lecture regularly at leading law schools in the United States and Europe. The faculty s scholarship has a significant and continuing impact on Israeli law and is widely discussed by academics abroad. At the same time, TAU is a pioneer in the Israeli legal academy in pursuing important social causes through its vibrant legal clinics as well as its innovative admissions procedures.
For students, the experience is unparalleled. The faculty offers a vast array of courses, seminars and opportunities for research. Students also get practical training by representing real clients in the framework of our excellent clinics. Outside the classroom, there are a rich variety of student practice organizations, professional interest groups, social groups, and student journals, which allow students to pursue every possible interest.
A TAU Law education prepares students for success in the practice of law, business, public service, and teaching. Through its faculty, students, and alumni, TAU Law Faculty is able to contribute solutions to the world’s most complex legal and social challenges. Among the Faculty s graduates are Supreme Court Judges, premier law practitioners and Members of Parliament.
Each year, about 20 courses are offered in English for exchange students. Permanent faculty members, all experienced in teaching courses in leading universities abroad teach five of these courses. In addition, the faculty offers a variety of concentrated/intensive courses, taught in English by visiting professors from leading universities abroad. There is also a possibility of doing a two or three credit supervised research paper.
For more information about this program, contact:
Director, Student Programs
Fredric G. Levin College of Law
Student Affairs Office
164 Holland Hall
Gainesville, FL 32611-7621
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