The program prepares its graduates as they enter a dynamic and rapidly changing environment, characterized by emerging technologies and the globalization of market activity. Students in this program may choose to specialize in marketing, finance, information technology, real estate, or international business law. Upon completion of their studies, students will receive two degrees: An LL.B in Law and a B.A. in Business Administration. At the end of the second year, students may elect not to complete the B.A. in Business Administration and to receive only an LL.B, with an internal certificate testifying to their business studies.
Offering the first such program in Israel, students accepted to the law and psychology program will receive a unique education combining the essential tools of both disciplines, enabling them to continue to advanced degrees in both fields. Students enrolled in this program will study particular courses highlighting the role psychology plays in legal decision making and the creation and internalization of social norms, among others. At the end of the second year, students may elect not to complete the B.A. in Psychology and to receive only an LL.B, with an internal certificate testifying to their psychology studies.
This program provides a broad education in law and government. It familiarizes the student with Israel’s systems of governance, and facilitates a comparative perspective. Students learn about the central issues shaping the international agenda; gain an understanding of the diplomatic arena; acquire analytical skills in public policy and administration. All those provide graduates not only with legal knowledge, but with an interdisciplinary perspective which enhances the lawyer’s outlook in both the private and public sectors. Students enrolled in this program will select among the following specialties: diplomacy and strategy, governance and leadership, security and terrorism, the Middle East, international conflict resolution, and law and security. At the end of the second year, students may elect not to complete the B.A. in Government and to receive only an LL.B, with an internal certificate testifying to their government studies.
This programs provides an in depth training the fields of law and financial economics. The program provides theoretical and practical skills in economics, finance, and risk management. Graduates will be able to enter both the public and business sectors as attorneys, regulators, financial managers, economists and analysts. Courses in the M.A in financial economics are taught in English. Enrollment is conditioned upon outstanding analytical skills and an interview.
Students enrolled in this program will undertake a specialty in public law and human rights, during which they will study designated courses in international humanitarian law, a practicum in public law, legal writing, security, terrorism, and choose among two tracks: diplomacy and conflict resolution and cyberterrorism. They will examine issues from all relevant policy fields, including, but not limited to, law, political science, public policy, and international relations. Students will also benefit from an individual mentoring program at the Lauder School of Government, in fields such as public policy, Israeli government institutions, homeland security, counter-terrorism, and more. The studies in the M.A. program will be conducted in English. Acceptance is conditioned on high entrance scores and an interview.
Students enrolled in this program will specialize in commercialize law, and will undertake designated courses such as a business law practicum, regulation and financial derivatives, advanced corporate law, and an international negotiation workshop, among others. The MBA will be taught in English during 5 mini semesters and will focus on innovation and entrepreneurship. The MBA will include practical experience programs, including the possibility to participate in external accelerators or business projects led by leading professors and members of industry. Acceptance is conditioned on high entrance scores and an interview.
The Radzyner Law School Honors Program, being the first of its kind in Israel, offers a limited group of outstanding students a unique study track that integrates theory with practice and intellectual commitment with social involvement, thus encouraging excellence and broadening candidates’ horizons in all areas of legal study and practice.
The Program is open to students of all study tracks in both their first and second years of study, thus creating a dynamic, diverse group of students that is able to draw on their various areas of study and contribute to a vibrant discourse. Acceptance is conditioned either on high entrance scores or outstanding grades after the first year, and an interview.
The program includes advanced courses such as: