Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
The Peres Academic Center undergraduate program in law is based on the understanding that, in order to develop outstanding jurists, the core studies of legal topics is not enough. To develop jurists who stand out in the legal world, they must study a comprehensive curriculum that links the legal subjects to additional disciplines that provide a significant added value that willaccompany the students throughout their career.
Derived of this insight, the curriculum enables, beyond a thorough study of classical legal topics, a special emphasis on education in a wide variety of law-related issues: economics, business administration, psychology, criminology, sociology and more.
The degree program places a special emphasis on behavioral sciences, based on the modern legal perspective that recognizes that practicing law requires social and personality related knowledge and understanding. The program further emphasizes economics and business administration – areas of the utmost importance for those who intend to practice organizational and various aspects of business law.