Master of Laws

 
Master of Laws (LL.M)
 
 
Commercial and Business Law
 
Master's Degree – Master of Laws (LL.M.) - Accredited by the Council for Higher Education in Israel *
 
Course Length: Two years
 
General
The Netanya Academic College School of Law, headed by its Dean Prof. Sinai Deutch, offers a comprehensive course of study for the Masters degree. The program, under the stewardship of School of Law Vice Dean Prof. Hadara Bar-Mor, is intended for graduates holding an undergraduate Law degree (LL.B.), with the goal of broadening and enriching the practical knowledge and abstract legal reasoning ability of the students. The Law School's lecturers are well-known scholars and researchers, many of whom are on the full-time faculty of the School of Law. They are well known for their high quality of instruction and their abundant publications.
 
This program is uniquely the only one of its kind offered by law schools in Israel with a cost comparable to university tuition fees.
 
Program Objectives
The Master of Laws (LL.M.) program is designed to cultivate graduates as experts in the fields of commercial and business law, while emphasizing legal issues within the business and financial worlds. The curriculum introduces students to advanced courses in Corporate Law, Banking Law, International Business Transactions, Labor Law, Contract Law, and Taxation Law. Influenced by modern globalization, courses relating to other systems of jurisprudence are included in the program, and comparisons are drawn between the Israeli legal system and legal systems of other countries, including those within the European Union.
 
The academic study in the Master of Laws (LL.M.) program concentrates on commercial and business law, focusing the students’ efforts on specialized courses, with most courses offered exclusively for graduate students.
 
Eligible students may choose between an LL.M. program with a thesis and an LL.M. program without a thesis.
 
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