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Clinics and Research Centers:
The Faculty of Law at Bar-Ilan University is at the forefront of legal research in Israel and worldwide. The Faculty has placed excellence and innovation in research and teaching on its banner, together with a deep commitment to Israeli society and law.
In the course of 50 years of its existence, the Faculty kept developing and renewing itself in research, new and innovative curricula, international relations, teaching, the establishment of centers and legal clinics, and more.
Faculty members are at the forefront of research in Israel and worldwide. Their articles are published in leading international journals, and members of the Faculty are frequently invited to lecture and teach at the most prestigious universities. The Faculty and its members have extensive international connections. The Faculty is the only one in Israel that is a member of the ATLAS international venture, which includes nine leading international institutions engaged in cooperation between postgraduate research students. The Faculty has exchange agreements with leading institutions in the United States, Europe, Canada, and China. A global law forum operating consolidates all Faculty activities in the field of international law. Another forum is dedicated to law, technology, and big data. The Faculty also leads the SSRN-HRN (Hebrew Research Network) project, which aims at publishing and distributing articles on the Internet before their official publication.
The cutoff score for admission of undergraduate students to the Faculty is one of the highest in Israel. At the Bar Association examinations, our students are regularly ranked in the first places. The legal education that our students receive combines the highest level of theoretical lessons with practical workshops in collaboration with leading lawyers. Our students and graduates are integrated into the most senior positions in the private market and in public service.
The Faculty has opened unique study programs for both undergraduate and graduate degrees:
The Faculty publishes three journals that give students the opportunity to experience work at a scholarly legal journal: Legal Studies, the main publication of the Faculty; Democratic Culture, a journal focusing on the study of democracy in Israel; and an international journal, Law, Religion, and State. (Links to the relevant pages of each journal).
The Faculty is deeply committed to Israeli society and law, and works to bridge the gaps between the various parts of Israeli society, striving to create a pluralistic community that respects differences and encourages dialogue and cooperation between people from different strata of society. The Faculty encourages in-depth discussion of controversial issues in Israeli society.
As part of this commitment, the Faculty has established an array of clinics, exceptional in its scope and areas of activity, which provides solutions to both individuals in distress and to fundamental social issues in various areas of activity (relevant link).
The faculty operates several centers that focus on dilemmas related to the interface between law and society in Israel, including the Rackman Center for the Advancement of Women, which works extensively for the advancement of women's rights, the Center for Jewish and Democratic Law, and the Center for Communication, Media and Law, operated jointly with the School of Communication.
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