Located in the heart of Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law is Israel’s premier law school. It 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.
Our faculty consists of outstanding scholars in virtually every major field of law who enjoy national and international reputation. In recent years, the Faculty has published a great number of books and articles through the world’s most prestigious university presses and the most acclaimed law reviews. Faculty members have won a number of best book prizes (such as those of the American Association of the History of Law and the American Association of the Sociology of Law) and have presented articles at the most distinguished forums. They are board members of important American Law journals that accept only a small number of non-Americans into their ranks, and of influential and exclusive international organizations. According to Lexis, a leading database, the scholarship of the Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law is the most cited of all faculties in Israel.
Tel Aviv University's Faculty of Law includes three Israel Prize laureates, and winners of the Emet Prize for Art, Science and Culture, and the Humboldt Prize for lifetime achievement. Members of the Faculty have won other highly-regarded prizes, such as the Zeltner and the Cheshin Awards, and the distinguished European Research
Council Advanced Grant. Faculty members are regularly invited to teach at the world’s top law schools and to prominently participate at the most respected law conferences.
These achievements complement the extensive community outreach activities, including the Clinical Legal Education Program and a number of innovative admissions procedure, geared towards recruiting the best students from underprivileged backgrounds. A law education from TAU prepares students for success in the practice of law, business, public service, and teaching.
Through its faculty, students, and alumni, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law is able to contribute solutions to the world's most complex legal and social challenges. The Faculty’s proud graduates include Supreme Court Judges and Members of Parliament.